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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Change in server date

    Hi,
    I have to test my system for future dates and for that I need to set my server date to a date in future.How can I do that?

    Db2 version : DB2 SDK 7.2.6
    OS : AIX 5.1.0.0

    Thanks in advance.

    Metal.
    Last edited by metal_rulz; 01-13-04 at 17:02.

  2. #2
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    I believe that if you set the OS date & Time that that is what DB2 uses.

    Andy

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    Iam not a unix guy...so how do i do that.

    Metal.

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    Neither am I, check your Unix manual.

    Andy

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    Originally posted by metal_rulz
    Iam not a unix guy...so how do i do that.

    Metal.
    Google is your friend. I googled for you with the words 'setting date on aix' and this is the first hit:

    http://publib16.boulder.ibm.com/pser...system_env.htm

    Good luck.

    Ps. before changing your date, it might be wise to backup any database which contains data you need after changing back the date. Just in case.

  6. #6
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    Talking

    Let me try that out...Thanks a bunch GertK & ARWinner.

    Metal.

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    There a usefull system management program on AIX called 'smit'

    Regards,
    Adam AC

    Originally posted by metal_rulz
    Let me try that out...Thanks a bunch GertK & ARWinner.

    Metal.

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