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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: db2 EEE V7.2 and DB2 V8 coexisting

    We had problems with our Db2 V8 instances running after we installed DB2 EEE V7.2 on our AIX 5.1 servers.

    We ran the /usr/opt/db2_08_07/cfg/db2rmln and db2ln commands as root and that fixed the V8 problems but now we are encountering DB2 V7 EEE problems.

    DB21018E A system error occurred. The command line processor could not
    continue processing.


    and then I tried to run the /usr/lpp/db2_07_01/db2rmln and db2ln commands as root but we got the following errors:

    User Response: Check permissions for the parent directory and
    restart the install process. Suggested directory permissions are
    u=rwx,go=rx.

    DBI1087E An attempt to create the link /usr/include/db2ApiDf.h failed.

    Explanation: The given link cannot be created. It could be that
    the write permission on its parent directory has been turned off,
    or that a file or directory with the same name already exists.

    User Response: Check permissions for the parent directory and
    restart the install process. Suggested directory permissions are
    u=rwx,go=rx.

    DBI1087E An attempt to create the link /usr/include/db2AuCfg.h failed.


    Can someone tell me what to do to get both of these working in the same environments?

    I have no problems on another server but cannot see any differences

    thanks

    Mark

  2. #2
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    I ran the db2rmln command from the V8 directory and everything works fine.

    We have DB2 v8 and DB2 v7 running on both servers and the instances are all happy but we are not able to start OnDemand because of the below message on the library server, the object server starts fine.


    archz03:/usr/opt/db2_08_01/cfg>arssockd (ARCDEVZ): 02/27/04 12:08:19 0 ARSSOCKD 4 213 Unable to load the OnDemand DB2 dynamic load library (arsdb2). Check to make sure DB2 is installed and that the db2ln command has been run

    If we run the db2ln command as root from /usr/lpp/db2_07_01/cfg directory it puts links in the /usr/include directory and this causes grief for our V8 instances.

    Is there any way around this?

  3. #3
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    The LIBPATH for your OnDemand should include /usr/lpp/db2_08_01/lib ..



    HTH

    Sathyaram
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