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Multiple DB2 Instance

Posted on 2001-06-29
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Hi,

I want to use more one instance of UDB v7 on my Windows NT
server, but i can't because the environment variable
DB2INSTANCE support only one param.

What can i do ?


Thanks.
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Question by:ThierryBertin
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DB2INSTANCE applies to the current or default instance.  You can create many instances, but any database connection can operate only within one instance at a time.
Once you've created your extra instances, use
SET DB2INSTANCE=xyz
to set which one you intend to use in the current session.

Different instances will need different IP ports for incoming connections, too.
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by:ThierryBertin
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Thanks,

It's work fine.
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