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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: new connections not allowed

    DB2 UDB V8 FP3 on Windows

    In the last couple of months we have situations where no new user can connect to a database while existing users continue their operation fine. I have checked the number of applications limit, agent limit and everything seems fine. I also don't see any error in db2diag log either.

    I know this is not a very specific post but just wanted to see if anybody out there has seen the same behaviour and point me to some direction.

    Thanks in advance.

    dollar

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    Re: new connections not allowed

    What is the error message ?
    Any db2diag.log and/or notify.log messages ?
    Any possibility to set the diaglevel/notifylevel to 4


    Originally posted by dollar489
    DB2 UDB V8 FP3 on Windows

    In the last couple of months we have situations where no new user can connect to a database while existing users continue their operation fine. I have checked the number of applications limit, agent limit and everything seems fine. I also don't see any error in db2diag log either.

    I know this is not a very specific post but just wanted to see if anybody out there has seen the same behaviour and point me to some direction.

    Thanks in advance.

    dollar
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  3. #3
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    Re: new connections not allowed

    In the diag log actually I found one entry with return code 0x83000002. Now I am waiting for IBM to hear back. And yes, setting the level to 4 is the next option.

    dollar



    Originally posted by sathyaram_s
    What is the error message ?
    Any db2diag.log and/or notify.log messages ?
    Any possibility to set the diaglevel/notifylevel to 4

  4. #4
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    check you dbm cfg for max


    MAXAGENTS
    MAX_COORDAGENTS


    for db cfg check for MAXAPPLS


    you may increase it.

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