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    Martha Fitzharris Guest

    Trying to increase Db2 stack size to solve instance crash problems


    Hi,

    I am performing a bunch of concurrent queries, 12 Java threads executing
    400 consecutive updates to be precise - all on the same 2 Db2 tables. The
    Db2 version is 8.1 with fixpak 2 running on Windows 2000 professional. The
    purpose of this program is to generate DB2 database deadlock(s) in order
    to test my database deadlock handling Java code. However the test eventually
    fails with a closed/null connection/communication type error as a result
    of the DB2 instance crashing unexpectedly. One of the DB2 support guys recommended
    to a colleague of mine to increase the default stack size for db2syscs.exe
    using the db2hdr utility as follows:

    f:\ibm\db2\misc>db2hdr f:\ibm\db2\bin\db2syscs.exe /s:512,32

    which solved the problem for him on his own Db2 server( also version 8.1
    with fixpak 2 running on Windows 2000 professional) but when I went to execute
    the same command on mine(same spec) I get this output:
    CreateFile:32
    CopyFile:80
    could not restore f:\ibm\db2\bin\db2syscs.exe.backup do it manually

    so I then execute 'db2syscs.exe.backup' manually and then stop and restart
    the DB2 instance however the stack size change doesn't seem to have taken
    effect as my original instance crash problem is still occurring.
    Is there something I'm doing wrong/overlooking perhaps, does anyone know?

    Thanks in advance,

    Martha Fitzharris

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    Jul 2009
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    Hi Martha,

    Stop ur Db2 service and then issue the update command.

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