SQL Access to the DB2 Diagnostic Log

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  1. Murthy says:

    The info you provide through this website is really helpfull for new DBAs. I always like to spend my time with this site. It’s really nice way to get the clear picture of diaglog error msgs.
    Thanks

  1. August 12, 2014

    […] tend to default to just taking a quick look at the db2diagnostic log for simple looks, and then accessing the db2 diagnostic log with sql for more complicated analysis. I only use the db2diag tool for archiving really – SQL access […]

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