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V8 Instance is throughing ADM11003E on solaris. - IBM DB2

I will highly appreciate any help on below error. The senario is: when I tried to stop/start instace it gives error "SQL1042C An unexpected system error occurred. SQLSTATE=58004" and instace doesn't start/stop. The error in notification log and db2diag.log is as follows: "ADM11003E DB2 failed to create the memory segment used for communication with fenced routines. If restarting DB2, ensure that no db2fmp processes are active on the instance prior to start. Otherwise, you can adjust the value through the DB2_FMP_COMM_HEAPSZ registry variable, or you can decrease the value of ASLHEAPSZ in the database manager configuration." Thanks in Advance. Jamshaid...

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    Default V8 Instance is throughing ADM11003E on solaris.

    I will highly appreciate any help on below error. The senario is: when
    I tried to stop/start instace it gives error "SQL1042C An unexpected
    system error occurred. SQLSTATE=58004" and instace doesn't
    start/stop. The error in notification log and db2diag.log is as
    follows:

    "ADM11003E DB2 failed to create the memory segment used for
    communication with
    fenced routines. If restarting DB2, ensure that no db2fmp processes
    are active
    on the instance prior to start. Otherwise, you can adjust the value
    through the
    DB2_FMP_COMM_HEAPSZ registry variable, or you can decrease the value
    of
    ASLHEAPSZ in the database manager configuration."

    Thanks in Advance.

    Jamshaid
    Jamshaid Guest

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    Default Re: V8 Instance is throughing ADM11003E on solaris.

    You could try DB2SET DB2_FMP_COMM_HEAPSZ=nn
    from the command line (where nn is the number of 4K pages reserved for
    these invocations - maybe try 6000, and work your way up until it works -
    you need to restart DB2 each time). You should also run db2osconf to
    ensure the Solaris kernel configuration paramters are set correctly. You
    can search on db2osconf and DB2_FMP_COMM_HEAPSZ here to read more:

    [url]http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/db2help/index.jsp[/url]

    Jamshaid wrote:
    > I will highly appreciate any help on below error. The senario is: when
    > I tried to stop/start instace it gives error "SQL1042C An unexpected
    > system error occurred. SQLSTATE=58004" and instace doesn't
    > start/stop. The error in notification log and db2diag.log is as
    > follows:
    >
    > "ADM11003E DB2 failed to create the memory segment used for
    > communication with
    > fenced routines. If restarting DB2, ensure that no db2fmp processes
    > are active
    > on the instance prior to start. Otherwise, you can adjust the value
    > through the
    > DB2_FMP_COMM_HEAPSZ registry variable, or you can decrease the value
    > of
    > ASLHEAPSZ in the database manager configuration."
    >
    > Thanks in Advance.
    >
    > Jamshaid
    Blair Kenneth Adamache Guest

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