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Hi DB2 experts , I have a problem in a user accessing database?
This is a DB2 V9.1 problem for attaching the new Brokernet user id to db2instance and database.  
Here is what I did:
   1) Add an new OS ID "brokernet" successfully.
 
   2) Update the instance: db2inst1 with the new ID "brokernet" successfully.
          [db2adm@de-kpbwp-ldb03 instance]$ sudo ./db2iupdt db2inst1 /u:brokernet,brokernet
          Password:
          DBI1070I Program db2iupdt completed successfully.
   
  3) Authenticate the new ID "brokernet" to DB2 instance failed.
         [db2inst1@de-kpbwp-ldb03 ~]$ db2 attach to db2inst1user brokernet using brokernet new brokernet confirm brokernet
        SQL30082N  Security processing failed with reason "24" ("USERNAME AND/OR
        PASSWORD INVALID").  SQLSTATE=08001

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by:momi_sabag
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which os is this ?
what do you mean by "Add an new OS ID "brokernet" successfully" ?
are you sure it's password is brokernet ?
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by:1981m
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yep I am sure the pwd is same as the user name.
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by:momi_sabag
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are you connecting from the server or from a client on a different machine ?
if the client is on a different machine you need to make sure you created the user on the server machine
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by:1981m
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I created it on the server and the OS is RHEL 4.x.
I trying to connect from the client  to the server.
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So is the new userid in DB2's administrator group?

Use  /u to specify the account name and password for the DB2 service.
This option is required when creating a partitioned database
instance.

I'm believe this will make the userID the instance owner.  As the instance owner you are 'God'.

In this command:
db2 attach to db2inst1user brokernet using brokernet new brokernet confirm brokernet

it appears there is a missing space between 'db2inst1' and 'user'. I assume that was a typo.

I would recommend setting the password at the OS level and not within the login and confirm the password change by giving the UID login privileges and logging in.
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