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DB2 upgrade from 7.1 to 7.2 using Fix pack 3

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I currently run the Enterprise extended edition of db2 on two AIX 4.3 spnodes. I just upgraded by applying the fixpack 3 to both systems. The problem is that on one of the nodes i don't get the db2 prompt (command line) when i issue the db2 command, instead it comes back with an error 'DB21015E  The Command Line Processor backend process request queue or input
queue was not created within the timeout period'. Also i don't seem to have this problem on the other node (which also runs the admin server).
If this problem sound familiar or if you have any ideas please help.

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by:waynezhu
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It appears something is wrong with the db2bp file/command
[in the sqllib/bin directory]. Run the command
./sqllib/bin/db2bp
to see if it returns errors.
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by:onedba
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Thanks mate, i have fixed the problem, had to drop and recreate the instance.

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Thanks for update. Good Luck.
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by:shirras
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For anyone else that encounters this in the future, a drop and recreate of the instance is not required to solve this.  There is a db2iupdt command that needs to be ran.  The instructions for this are included (as a general rule) in the readme supplied with the fixpacks for DB2.
Cheers.
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