Tuesday, August 13, 2013

DB2 Quiz: Where does this output belong to?

Here is a small, light DB2 Summer quiz for. The following is part of the output for a DB2 command.

V:10 R:5 M:0 F:0 I:0 SB:0

Where does it belong to? What is it? Any takers?

10 comments:

Ramazan POLAT said...

db2level output

Ramazan POLAT said...

db2level output

notalldb2 said...

Its one of the functions used to facilitate rolling fixpak upgrades.

Henrik Loeser said...

Both answers are not correct. Do we have more takers...?

Hint: notalldb2 is on the right path.

Henrik

Unknown said...

TABLE (SYSPROC.ENV_GET_INSTANCE_CODE_LEVELS())

Unknown said...

FROM TABLE (SYSPROC.ENV_GET_INSTANCE_CODE_LEVELS())

Anonymous said...

FROM TABLE (SYSPROC.ENV_GET_INSTANCE_CODE_LEVELS())

Henrik Loeser said...

You can see the output either when doing a "get dbm cfg" for the informational configuration parameters CUR_EFF_ARCH_LVL or CUR_EFF_CODE_LVL, or by invoking the new ENV_GET_INSTANCE_CODE_LEVELS() function. All is, as already answered correctly, in the context of rolling fixpack updates.

Henrik

Unknown said...

and db2pd -rustatus

Henrik Loeser said...

"db2pd -rustatus" works according the docs, but not on my 10.5 system. My db2pd does not have that option.

Henrik

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