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How to set the DB2 parameters - maxappls and maxagents?
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you have several ways,
either use the control center GUI to do it,
or, using the command window:
db2 update db cfg using maxappls <value>
db2 update db cfg using maxagents <value>
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i had a mistake
for maxagents use

db2 update dbm cfg using maxagents <value>
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