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Does anyone know what the process db2gdeps is for? I see it popping up once in a while on our DB2 server but I can not find what it is for. Thanks....

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    Default What is db2gdeps?

    Does anyone know what the process db2gdeps is for?
    I see it popping up once in a while on our DB2 server but I can not find
    what it is for.

    Thanks.


    Erik Hendrix Guest

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    Default Re: What is db2gdeps?

    "Erik Hendrix" <hendrix_erikhotmail.com> wrote in message news:<f0df98230660e2a14d40189f17f9aed8free.terane ws.com>...
    > Does anyone know what the process db2gdeps is for?
    > I see it popping up once in a while on our DB2 server but I can not find
    > what it is for.
    >
    > Thanks.
    Hi Erik,

    The db2gdeps is a sample shell script which is provided by DB2 for
    generating a process listing. It lives in the install/bin directory if
    you want to take a look at its source.

    Most likely, somebody has probably discovered this tool and is using
    it.

    __________________________________________________ _____________
    Kevin Rose
    Autonomic Computing/Operating System Services
    DB2 Universal Database Development
    IBM Toronto Lab - IBM Canada Ltd.
    Kevin Rose Guest

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    Default Re: What is db2gdeps?

    Thanks Kevin,

    It only runs on the system we have setup with Sun Cluster. So it must be run
    by the DB2 Sun cluster part.

    "Kevin Rose" <krroseca.ibm.com> wrote in message
    news:347db4c1.0308030952.178de03aposting.google.c om...
    > "Erik Hendrix" <hendrix_erikhotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:<f0df98230660e2a14d40189f17f9aed8free.terane ws.com>...
    > > Does anyone know what the process db2gdeps is for?
    > > I see it popping up once in a while on our DB2 server but I can not find
    > > what it is for.
    > >
    > > Thanks.
    >
    > Hi Erik,
    >
    > The db2gdeps is a sample shell script which is provided by DB2 for
    > generating a process listing. It lives in the install/bin directory if
    > you want to take a look at its source.
    >
    > Most likely, somebody has probably discovered this tool and is using
    > it.
    >
    > __________________________________________________ _____________
    > Kevin Rose
    > Autonomic Computing/Operating System Services
    > DB2 Universal Database Development
    > IBM Toronto Lab - IBM Canada Ltd.

    Erik Hendrix Guest

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