IBM DB2 8.2 FixPak 4 and later patch补丁安装指南

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IBM DB2 8.2 FixPak 4 and later patch补丁安装指南

IBM DB2 Universal Database Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later (equivalent
to Version 8.1 FixPak 11 and later) Readme

Contents

1.0 Installing IBM DB2 Universal Database Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later
for AIX, HP-UX, Linux and Solaris Operating Environments
1.1 Pre-installation
1.1.1 Prerequisites
1.1.2 Product fix history
1.1.3 Prior to installing DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later
1.2 Installation of Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later
1.2.1 Installing DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later
1.2.2 Installing DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPak
1.3 Post-installation
1.3.1 Federated servers and the djxlink command
1.3.2 Updating instances to use the new level of DB2
1.3.3 Updating the system catalogs
1.3.4 Restarting the instances and administration server
1.3.5 Binding bind files
1.3.6 Restrictions to adding products using the db2setup command
2.0 Uninstallation of Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later
2.1 Migrating database directory files from Version 8.2 back to
Version 8.1
2.2 Uninstalling FixPaks or modification levels on Linux or UNIX
2.3 Uninstalling DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPak
3.0 Known problems and workarounds
3.1 Known problems and workarounds (Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later)
3.1.1 Instance update overwrites scripts db2profile and db2cshrc
3.2 Known problems and workarounds (prior to Version 8.2 FixPak 4)
3.2.1 FixPak level and installation of new products
3.2.2 IBM XL C/C++ Compiler run time must be installed (Linux
iSeries and pSeries, 64-bit)
3.2.3 Connecting to host systems from DB2 Workgroup Server Edition
and DB2 Express Edition is not permitted
3.2.4 Ensure Trusted Computing Base is in consistent state (AIX)
3.2.5 DB2 interprocess communications (IPCs) must be cleaned for
instance update
3.2.6 Installing Query Patroller at FixPak 3 level or later
3.2.7 DB2 Data Links Manager installation when DB2 UDB Enterprise
Server Edition already installed
4.0 How to get help
4.1 Where to download the FixPak installation images
5.0 Reference
5.1 Supported languages for DB2 clients available from the FTP site
5.2 Supported products and components by operating system
6.0 Notices

1.0 Installing IBM DB2 Universal Database Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later
for AIX, HP-UX, Linux and Solaris Operating Environments

Before installing DB2 Universal Database(TM) (DB2(R) UDB) Version 8.2
FixPak 4 and later, read the appropriate sections of this readme that
apply to your installation. Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later is equivalent
to Version 8.1 FixPak 11 and later.

All FixPaks are cumulative in nature. For example, the current FixPak
can be applied on top of Version 8.2 FixPak 1 without having to apply
the FixPaks in between.

If you migrate from DB2 UDB Version 8.1 to DB2 UDB Version 8.2, and then
need to move back to DB2 UDB Version 8.1, there are important
considerations you need to know. For instructions on how to move back to
DB2 UDB Version 8.1, see the "Migrating database directory files from
Version 8.2 back to Version 8.1" section.

1.1 Pre-installation

This section details the prerequisite information (including software,
hardware, and operating system prerequisites) you need, points to where
the product fix history is located, and lists the tasks that must be
performed prior to installing DB2 UDB.

1.1.1 Prerequisites

Consult the following Web sites for the latest software, hardware,
operating system and product fix information:
1. For operating system requirements, see
* [url]http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/udb/sysreqs.html

2. For a list of all fixed bugs (called APARs) and support news, see
* [url]http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/support/db2_9/

If you are applying the FixPak on AIX(R), HP-UX, or Solaris Operating
Environments, ensure you have the space required before applying the
FixPak. The space required to install the FixPak is equal to the space
required for the DB2 UDB, Version 8 general availability (GA)
installation. (On AIX, this only applies if you use the -a option, for
"apply" as opposed to "commit".) Linux(R) does not require additional
space to apply a FixPak.

To see the space used by the DB2 UDB, Version 8 GA installation, enter
the following command:

du -k -s

where represents the installation directory:
* On AIX: /usr/opt/db2_08_01
* On HP-UX and Solaris Operating Environments: /opt/IBM/db2/V8.1

Before applying the FixPak, ensure the space required (provided by the
previous command) is available in the following directory:
* On AIX: /usr/opt/db2_08_01
* On HP-UX: /var/adm/sw
* On Solaris Operating Environments: /var/sadm

If you have received special fixes from IBM(R) support, you must contact
IBM support before you install DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later to
check if you need an updated version of the special fixes. This helps to
ensure that your system is in a consistent state and that no special
fixes are lost.

You must have a DB2 Version 8 product installed at a lower VRMF
(version, release, modification/maintenance level, and fix) level than
this FixPak before you install Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later.

To determine if the required prerequisites are installed, issue the
appropriate command for your operating system to display information
about the currently installed version of DB2. The following table shows
the command for each Linux and UNIX(R) operating system:

+----------+------------------------+---------------------------------+
| Operatin | Command | Output to look for |
| g System | | |
+----------+------------------------+---------------------------------+
| AIX | lslpp -al | db2_08_01.client 8.1.0.0 or |
| | "db2_08_01.client*" | later (for AIX 4.3.3) |
| | | |
| | | db2_08_01.client 8.1.1.0 or |
| | | later (for AIX 5) |
| | | |
| | | Sample outputs for DB2 for AIX |
| | | 4.3.3: |
| | | db2_08_01.client 8.1.0.0 |
| | | COMMITTED ... |
| | | 8.1.0.3 COMMITTED ... |
| | | 8.1.0.8 COMMITTED ... |
| | | |
| | | Check the largest installation |
| | | signature that is |
| | | returned (8.1.0.x) to make sure |
| | | it is smaller |
| | | than the VRMF of the current |
| | | DB2 level. |
| | | For AIX 5, the signature looks |
| | | like 8.1.1.y. |
+----------+------------------------+---------------------------------+
| HP-UX | swlist -l product | DB2V8CAE 8.1.0.x [product name] |
| | "*DB2*" | |
| | | or, |
| | | |
| | | PDB2... 8.1.0.x Product Patch |
| | | |
| | | where x must be smaller than |
| | | the current |
| | | level (the 4th digit in VRMF). |
+----------+------------------------+---------------------------------+
| Linux | rpm -qa | grep db2 | db2cliv81-8.1.0-x |
| | | |
| | | db2cliv81-8.1.1-x on |
| | | Linux/AMD64. |
| | | where x must be smaller than |
| | | the current |
| | | level (the 4th digit in VRMF). |
+----------+------------------------+---------------------------------+
| Solaris | pkginfo -l db2cliv81 | | VERSION: 8.1.0.x |
| Operatin | grep VERSION | |
| g | | where x must be smaller than |
| Environm | | the current |
| ent | | level (the 4th digit in VRMF). |
+----------+------------------------+---------------------------------+

1.1.2 Product fix history

For a list of all product fixes (APARs) and support news, see Web site
* [url]http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/support/db2_9/

1.1.3 Prior to installing DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later

Read the Known problems and workarounds sections before installing DB2
Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later.

1.1.3.1 License terms and conditions

Before installing DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later, you must confirm
you have reviewed and accept the license terms and conditions located in
the "db2/license" directory.

A new option on the installation command indicates your agreement to the
license terms and conditions. The option must be specified for
installation to continue.

1.1.3.2 Stopping all DB2 processes

Before installing a FixPak, you must stop all of the DB2 processes.

Note: You only need to stop the DB2 processes that are associated with
the specific DB2 installation path that you are updating. For
example, processes and instances running from an Alternate FixPak
or from a different version of DB2 do not need to be stopped.

1. Switch to root authority by running the su - root command.
2. Run the following commands for each instance:
su -
. $HOME/sqllib/db2profile
db2 force applications all
db2 terminate
db2stop
db2licd -end # run at each physical node
exit

where represents the instance owner name.

If you are an HACMP(TM) user, you must use the ha_db2stop command to
stop DB2 instead of the db2stop command. Otherwise, the db2stop
command triggers a failure event.

For more information on stopping an instance, see
[url]http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/in ... /admin/t0004897.htm

3. Run the following commands:
su -
. $HOME/das/dasprofile
db2admin stop
exit

where represents the DAS owner name.
4. On AIX, you should also run slibclean to unload unused shared
libraries from memory before installation:
/usr/sbin/slibclean

5. Disable the Fault Monitor if it exists and is using DB2 Version 8. To
disable the Fault Monitor Coordinator:
a. Log on as root
b. To locate where the db2fmcu command is to run from, issue the
command:
ps -ef

For example, on AIX thedb2fmcu command is run from
/usr/opt/db2_08_01/bin.
c. Switch to the directory indicated by the ps command
d. To disable the Fault Monitor Coordinator, issue the command:
db2fmcu -d

e. To stop the Fault Monitor Daemon, issue the command:
db2fm -D

6. Ensure all DB2 interprocess communications (IPCs) are cleaned for the
instance to be updated. As the instance owner, run the following
command at each physical node:
$HOME/sqllib/bin/ipclean

1.1.3.3 Directory path cannot contain spaces

When you download and untar a FixPak or a modification level, make sure
that there are no spaces in the directory path where the file was
located. If there are spaces in the directory path, the installation
will fail. For example, make sure your directory path resembles the
following:

/home/DB2FixPak/FP16/ ...

It should not resemble the following:

/home/DB2 FixPak/FP16/ ...

1.1.3.4 Ensure sufficient file system free space (AIX 4.3.3, AIX 5L,
Linux, and Solaris Operating Environments)

In addition to the software disk requirements, you need to have a file
system with 2 gigabytes of free space to contain the tar.Z file or
tar.gz file, and the uncompressed installation image.

1.1.3.5 Uncompressing FixPak installation images

Some FixPak installation images on the FTP site or the FixPak CD are in
compressed or gzipped format. Before you can apply the DB2 FixPak from
these formats, you need to copy the image to a temporary directory and
uncompress or gunzip the FixPak installation image.

The compressed or gzipped images might have the file name
FP16_$PTF.tar.Z or FP16_$PTF.tar.gz, where FP16_$PTF represents the
latest FixPak operating system name and version.

In addition to the software disk requirements, you must have a
filesystem with 2 gigabytes of free space to contain the tar.Z or tar.gz
file and the uncompressed image.

Procedure

To uncompress the FixPak installation images, perform the following
steps:
1. Copy the compressed or gzipped image to a temporary file system
containing at least 2 gigabytes of free space.
2. Change to the directory where you copied the image by entering cd
/TMP, where /TMP represents the directory where you copied the
compressed image.
3. If the product has the *.tar.Z extension, enter the following
command:
zcat filename.tar.Z | tar -xvf -

where filename is the DB2 FixPak you are applying.
4. If the product has the *.tar.gz extension, enter the following
command to uncompress:
gunzip -c filename.tar.gz | tar -xvf -

where filename is the DB2 FixPak you are applying.

Note: gunzip is part of the AIX 5L(TM) default installation setup. If
you do not have gunzip, install the rpm.rte fileset from the
AIX 5L installation media. The rpm.rte fileset contains gunzip.
You can also download gzip for AIX 5L from the Web site:
[url]http://www.ibm.com/systems/p/os/aix/linux/rpmgroups.html

5. If the compressed FixPak installation images are on a FixPak CD,
there might be additional CDs with the file name extra.tar.Z or
extra.tar.gz. Repeat these steps for each CD.

1.1.3.6 Uncompressing Version 8 Alternate FixPak installation images

Some Alternate FixPak installation images on the FTP site or the FixPak
CD are in compressed or gzipped format. Before you can apply the DB2
Alternate FixPak from these formats, you need to copy the image to a
temporary directory and uncompress or gunzip the Alternate FixPak
installation image.

The compressed or gzipped images might have the file extension .tar.Z or
.tar.gz.

Alternate FixPak installation images have the following filenames:
* FP#_PTF#_ESE_MFP for AIX 4.3.3 and Solaris Operating Environments
* FP#_PTF#_ESE_MFP_SBCS for single-byte character set (SBCS) code pages
on AIX 5
* FP#_PTF#_ESE_MFP_DBCS for double-byte character set (DBCS) code pages
on AIX 5

where FP# is the FixPak number (for example, "FP15") and $PTF represents
a PTF identifier (for example, "U810952").

Notes:
1. The Alternate FixPaks labelled FP#_PTF#_ESE_MFP_SBCS support the
following languages: English, Brazilian, Danish, Finnish, French,
German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.
2. The Alternate FixPaks labelled FP#_PTF#_ESE_MFP_DBCS supports the
following languages: English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese,
and Traditional Chinese.

In addition to the software disk requirements, you must have a
filesystem with 2 gigabytes of free space to contain the tar.Z or tar.gz
file and the uncompressed image.

Procedure

To uncompress the FixPak installation images, perform the following
steps:
1. Copy the compressed or gzipped image to a temporary file system
containing at least 2 gigabytes of free space.
2. Change to the directory where you copied the image by entering cd
/TMP, where /TMP represents the directory where you copied the
compressed image.
3. If the product has the *.tar.Z extension, enter the following
command:
zcat filename.tar.Z | tar -xvf -

where filename is the DB2 Alternate FixPak you are applying.
4. If the product has the *.tar.gz extension, enter the following
command to uncompress:
gunzip -c filename.tar.gz | tar -xvf -

where filename is the DB2 Alternate FixPak you are applying.

Note: gunzip is part of the AIX 5L default installation setup. If you
do not have gunzip, install the rpm.rte fileset from the AIX 5L
installation media. The rpm.rte fileset contains gunzip. You
can also download gzip for AIX 5L from the Web site:
[url]http://www.ibm.com/systems/p/os/aix/linux/rpmgroups.html

5. If the compressed Alternate FixPak installation images are on a
FixPak CD, there might be additional CDs with the file name
extra.tar.Z or extra.tar.gz. Repeat these steps for each CD.

1.1.3.7 Data Warehouse functionality backup (AIX, Linux, and Solaris
Operating Environments)

If you are running Data Warehouse functionality on Linux, for example
the Data Warehouse Agent that comes with some server products, you need
to back up your /opt/IBM/db2/V8.1/bin/IWH.environment. If you have this
file, back it up before applying DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later.

On AIX and Solaris, you should back up the same file (for AIX, this file
is found in /usr/opt/db2_08_01/bin/IWH.environment).

1.2 Installation of Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later

This section details Installing DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later and
installing an Alternate FixPak.

1.2.1 Installing DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later

Ensure that your system has met all of the installation prerequisites
including operating system patches prior to the installation of DB2
Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later as detailed in the Prerequisites section.
This action prevents technical problems that might occur after the
installation and configuration of DB2 UDB.

Read the Known problems and workarounds sections before installing DB2
Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later.

Restrictions

The following restrictions apply to installing DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4
and later:
* On AIX, the installFixPak script provides installation prerequisite
checking that is not provided when you install DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak
4 and later using SMIT or installp. Using SMIT is still supported,
but installFixPak is the only method documented in this readme. For
instructions on using SMIT, see your AIX manuals. It is strongly
recommended that you use the installFixPak script to install DB2
Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later.
* For DB2 Version 8 for HP-UX on IA64, do not use the SAM utility to
install the FixPak. The only supported method to apply the FixPak is
to run the installFixPak command delivered with the current FixPak
image.
* On Linux, when you have installed DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later,
you cannot back it out and return to the previous DB2 level. You must
uninstall and reinstall the desired product level, FixPak level, or
both.

Procedure

To install DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later:
1. You must be logged on as root.
2. Change to the directory in which the installation image is located.
3. To launch the installation, enter:
./installFixPak -y

where the -y option indicates your agreement to the license terms
and conditions. The -y option must be specified for installation to
continue.

Note: By default, the installFixPak command will commits all of the
updated file sets on AIX.

On AIX, if you do not want to commit the updates, you should issue the
installFixPak command with the -a option (for "apply" as opposed to
"commit") as follows:

./installFixPak -y -a

1.2.2 Installing DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPak

DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition (ESE) operating on Linux or UNIX
operating systems supports the coexistence of multiple levels of code
for the same release on your system. This support is referred to as
Multiple FixPak (MFP) support.

MFP support is accomplished through the use of Alternate FixPaks (AFP).
AFPs allow FixPaks or modification levels to be installed to an
alternate path. That is, a different installation path with a different
file set or package name. In this case, the operating system treats the
DB2 code installed to an alternate path as different software.

Restrictions:
* Each AFP has its own unique installation path. That path is fixed and
cannot be changed. You cannot install an AFP to an arbitrary location
of your choice.
* If you install DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPaks without an installed
and licensed copy of DB2 Version 8, you need to obtain the license
key from the Version 8 release level media. You can then install the
license by using the db2licm command.
* DB2 UDB Version 8 FixPak 9 Alternate FixPak and DB2 UDB Version 8
FixPak 9a Alternate FixPak cannot coexist. If you want to install the
DB2 UDB Version 8 FixPak 9a Alternate FixPak on a system that already
has the DB2 UDB Version 8 FixPak 9 Alternate FixPak installed, you
must uninstall DB2 UDB Version 8 FixPak 9 before installing the DB2
UDB Version 8 FixPak 9a Alternate FixPak.
* Response file installations for Alternate FixPaks are not supported.

Prerequisites:
* You need root authority.
* You need a copy of the DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPak image. Refer to
the section called "Where to download the FixPak installation images"
in this readme.

To install this DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPak for Enterprise Server
Edition (ESE) on a Linux or UNIX operating system:
1. Run the installAltFixPak -y utility from the directory where you
untarred the image for DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPak. The -y option
indicates your agreement to the license terms and conditions and must
be specified for installation to continue.
2. The install program checks to see if DB2 Version 8 is installed in
the GA path. If it detects an existing DB2 Version 8 installation in
the GA path, it prompts you to install the same file sets or packages
from the DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPak.
* If the answer is yes, then the installation program proceeds to
install the same set of file sets or packages as are already
installed.
* If the answer is no, or if DB2 Version 8 was not detected in
either /usr/opt/db2_08_01 (on AIX), or /opt/IBM/db2/V8.1 (on other
platforms), then it starts db2_install.

Note: No licenses are shipped with the DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPak;
licenses must be installed from the Version 8 release level media.

1.3 Post-installation

After installing DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later, do the following:
* For federated servers that access relational data sources, run the
djxlink command for each data source.
* Update instances to use the new level of DB2
* Update the system catalogs
* Restart the instances, and
* Bind the bind files

After applying a FixPak, it is not mandatory to recompile applications.
However, to take advantage of any changes to the files linked to in the
application, recompiling applications is recommended.

1.3.1 Federated servers and the djxlink command

If you have federated servers that access relational data sources, you
must run the djxlink command for each data source. You must run the
command after installing DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later and before
running db2iupdt. Perform the following steps:
1. Log on as root.
2. Remove or rename the file djxlink.out, which is located in the
$install_dir/lib/ directory, where $install_dir is the DB2
installation directory.
3. If you are using Relational Connect to connect to an Oracle data
source, set the environment variable ORACLE_HOME to the Oracle home
directory.
4. Run the command: djxlink

1.3.2 Updating instances to use the new level of DB2

This task is mandatory if you installed a FixPak to update an existing
installation. If you installed the FixPak to create a new installation
with new instances, this task is not required.

You must update all of the existing instances that are associated with
the installation path (or copy of DB2 UDB) where you installed the
FixPak. In addition, you can choose to update existing instances that
are associated with another installation path to use the new level of
DB2 UDB.

Prerequisite:
* You need to be logged on as root to update the instances.
* Ensure that the instance you are updating and all of its DB2
processes are stopped. Refer to "Stopping all DB2 processes".

1. For each instance, issue the command:
/instance/db2iupdt

where represents the instance name and represents
the installation path where you installed the FixPak.
2. Run the dasupdt command if the DB2 administration server (DAS) is a
DB2 UDB Version 8 DAS and exists in the installation path where you
installed the FixPak. To update the DAS, issue the command:
/instance/dasupdt

where represents the DAS owner name and
represents the installation path where you installed the FixPak.

Notes:
1. If an instance is being downgraded from a higher FixPak level to a
lower level and it is being moved to a new copy of DB2 (in a new
installation path), you must specify the option '-D' command
parameter with the db2iupdt command.
2. If you are updating a DB2 instance or DAS from an existing code level
(the original installation path) to a new code level (a new
installation path), never remove the "original" installation path
before you run the db2iupdt and dasupdt commands. When db2iupdt and
dasupdt have completed successfully and if no other instance is using
the code level, you can then uninstall the copy of DB2 UDB that the
instance was originally linked to.
3. The Fault Monitor Coordinator is automatically added to /etc/inittab
when you install a FixPak. If you want to disable the Fault Monitor
Coordinator, you will need to remove the db2fmcd entry from
/etc/inittab after you install a FixPak. For example, issue the
following command while logged in as a root or superuser: db2fmcu -d

The following is an example of two options for updating an existing
instance to a new level of DB2:

An instance db2inst1 is currently running against Alternate FixPak 1. If
you want to update the instance to run at the code level delivered in
this FixPak, you can perform one of the following:
1. Install the DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPak delivered in this FixPak,
then update your instance. For example:
a. Install this Version 8 Alternate FixPak.
b. Stop db2inst1.
c. Run /instance/db2iupdt db2inst1, where
refers to the installation path for this
Version 8 Alternate FixPak:
* On AIX, the is: /usr/opt/db2_08_FP16
* On Linux and other UNIX operating systems, the
is: /opt/IBM/db2/V8.FP16

2. Install the regular DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later FixPak
delivered in this FixPak, then update your instance. For example:
a. Install the regular DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later FixPak on
top of the Version 8.1 GA (General Availability) code or any
previous Version 8.1 level code.
b. Stop db2inst1.
c. Run /instance/db2iupdt db2inst1
where refers to the
installation path for Version 8.1 GA.

Note that in this example, the instance is moved from a lower code level
to a higher code level. The same procedure can be used if you want to
move to a lower code level. In that case, you must use the -D flag when
running the db2iupdt command.

For more information on the db2iupdt or dasupdt commands, run these
commands with the -h option.

1.3.3 Updating the system catalogs

This task is strongly recommended if you want to use capabilities
specific to the latest FixPak. If you are not planning to use
capabilities specific to the latest FixPak and might possibly decide to
return to an earlier FixPak, you should not use db2updv8.

After installing DB2 Universal Database (UDB) Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and
later, run the db2updv8 command to update the system catalogs to
support the current level by enabling several built-in routines. Running
the db2updv8 command is not required, but some functionality in DB2 UDB
Version 8.2 will not work if this command is not run.

After you have run the db2updv8 command to update the system catalogs to
the current Version 8 level, falling back to Version 8.1 is not
supported.

For more information on the db2updv8 command, run this command with the
-h option. For technical information, search the Information Center for
Update Database to Version 8 Current Level Command.

1.3.4 Restarting the instances and administration server

To restart an instance:
1. Log in as the instance owner and enter the db2start command.
2. Repeat for each instance.

To restart the administration server, log in as the DAS owner and run
the db2admin start command.

1.3.5 Binding bind files

You need to bind your DB2 utilities against all your databases after
installation. This step is necessary for the fixes to complete the
installation and ensure that the right code level is used. The procedure
of binding, which follows, needs to be performed only once per database.

1.3.5.1 Binding to DB2 UDB databases

After applying fixes, you must issue one of the following command
sequences:

At a command prompt, enter:

db2 terminate
db2 CONNECT TO
db2 BIND /@db2ubind.lst BLOCKING ALL GRANT PUBLIC ACTION ADD
db2 terminate

or at the DB2 command line, enter:

TERMINATE
CONNECT TO
BIND /@db2ubind.lst BLOCKING ALL GRANT PUBLIC ACTION ADD
TERMINATE

Where represents the name of a database to which the utilities
should be bound, and where represents the full path name of the
directory where the bind files are located, such as $HOME/sqllib/bnd
where $HOME represents the home directory of the instance for the
database server. db2ubind.lst and db2cli.lst contain lists of required
bind files used by DB2 UDB. Packages that are already bound will return
an SQL0719 error. This is expected.

1.3.5.2 Binding db2schema.bnd to existing databases

After installation on the server, an additional bind file needs to be
bound to existing databases. This requirement does not apply to clients.

Procedure

To bind db2schema.bnd on the server, execute one of these command
sequences:

At a command prompt:

db2 terminate
db2 CONNECT TO
db2 BIND /db2schema.bnd BLOCKING ALL GRANT PUBLIC sqlerror continue
db2 terminate

or at the DB2 command line:

TERMINATE
CONNECT TO
BIND /db2schema.bnd BLOCKING ALL GRANT PUBLIC sqlerror continue
TERMINATE

where represents the name of a database to which the utilities
should be bound, and where is the full path name of the directory
where the bind files are located.

1.3.5.3 Binding federated databases

If you have existing federated databases, you must bind the bind files
db2dsproc.bnd and db2stats.bnd after you install a DB2 FixPak or patch.

Prerequisites

To bind the bind files, you must have one of the following authorities:
* SYSADM or DBADM authority
* ALTERIN privilege on the schema
* BIND privilege on the package

Procedure

To bind the bind files db2dsproc.bnd and db2stats.bnd, connect to the
database and execute the BIND command. For example:

db2 connect to
db2 bind /db2dsproc.bnd blocking all grant public
db2 bind /db2stats.bnd blocking all grant public
db2 terminate

where represents the name of the federated database, and where represents the full path name of the directory where the bind
files are located, such as $HOME/sqllib/bnd where $HOME represents the
DB2 instance home directory.

For syntax and options for the BIND command, refer to the DB2 Command
Reference.

1.3.5.4 Binding spatial-enabled databases

If you have existing spatial-enabled databases, you must bind the list
file db2gse.lst after you install a DB2 FixPak or patch. The db2gse.lst
file contains the names of the bind files for the stored procedures that
DB2 Spatial Extender provides.

Prerequisites

To bind the db2gse.lst file, you must have one of the following
authorities:
* SYSADM or DBADM authority
* ALTERIN privilege on the schema
* BIND privilege on the package

Procedure

To bind the db2gse.lst file:
1. Change to the instance directory where the bind files are located.
Enter the following command:
cd $HOME/sqllib/bnd

where $HOME is the instance owner's home directory.
2. Connect to the database and execute the BIND command. For example,
enter:
db2 connect to
db2 bind /home/instance/sqllib/bnd/@db2gse.lst
db2 terminate

where represents the name of the spatial-enabled database.

For syntax and options for the BIND command, refer to the DB2 Command
Reference.

1.3.5.5 Binding host databases

If you are connecting to host databases, you also need to bind the new
bind files to the host. Use the DB2 Command Line Processor to connect to
the host database and bind the utilities as follows:

HOST COMMAND
======= ===================================================
MVS BIND /@ddcsmvs.lst BLOCKING ALL GRANT PUBLIC ACTION ADD SQLERROR CONTINUE
VM BIND /@ddcsvm.lst BLOCKING ALL GRANT PUBLIC ACTION ADD SQLERROR CONTINUE
VSE BIND /@ddcsvse.lst BLOCKING ALL GRANT PUBLIC ACTION ADD SQLERROR CONTINUE
OS400 BIND /@ddcs400.lst BLOCKING ALL GRANT PUBLIC ACTION ADD SQLERROR CONTINUE

where represents the full path name of the directory where the
bind files are located, such as $HOME/sqllib/bnd where $HOME represents
the DB2 instance home directory.

See "Binding Applications and Utilities" in the DB2 Connect(TM) User's
Guide for a list of bind files that are used for your specific client
operating system. If a bind file changes and your clients do not use
that bind file, you do not need to bind it.

1.3.5.6 Binding specific bind files

If you want to bind only a specific bind file to the database, issue one
of the following command sequences for each database. At a command
prompt, enter:

db2 terminate
db2 CONNECT TO
db2 BIND / BLOCKING ALL GRANT PUBLIC sqlerror continue
db2 terminate

or at the DB2 command line, enter:

TERMINATE
CONNECT TO
BIND / BLOCKING ALL GRANT PUBLIC sqlerror continue
TERMINATE

where represents the name of the bind file, is the
full path name of the directory where the bind files are located, and
represents the name of your database.

1.3.5.7 Binding database utilities using the Run-Time Client

The Run-Time Client cannot be used to bind the database utilities
(IMPORT, EXPORT, REORG, the Command Line Processor) and DB2 CLI bind
files. You must use the DB2 Administration Client or the DB2 Application
Development Client instead.

You must bind the database utilities (IMPORT, EXPORT, REORG, the Command
Line Processor) and DB2 CLI bind files to each database before they can
be used with that database. In a network environment, if you are using
multiple clients that run on different operating systems or that are at
different DB2 version or service levels, you must bind the utilities
once for each operating system and DB2 client-version combination.

1.3.6 Restrictions to adding products using the db2setup command

Once a DB2 product has been installed, additional DB2 products can be
added. If you use the db2setup command to add products the following
recommendations and restrictions apply.

Recommendations

Both the installed product and the product being added should be at the
same code level. For example, DB2 ESE Server Version 8 FixPak 15 is
already installed and you want to add a WebSphere(R) Information
Integration solution. In this case, the WebSphere Information
Integration solution should also be at the Version 8 FixPak 15 level.

Restrictions

* If the DB2 FixPak level is higher than the FixPak level of the
product being added, the combination is allowed. However, since the
FixPak level of the product being added is lower than the DB2 FixPak
level, the DB2 FixPak level must be reapplied after installing the
additional product. See the appropriate FixPak Readme for
instructions to reapply the FixPak.
* If the DB2 FixPak level is lower than the FixPak level of the product
being added, an error is generated. The product being added cannot be
at a higher FixPak level than DB2. In this case, you must first bring
DB2 to the appropriate level, then install the additional product.
See the appropriate FixPak Readme for instructions.

The following table summarizes the db2setup combinations:

Table 1. db2setup combinations
+------------+-------------+------------------------------------------+
| DB2 FixPak | Additional | Is this combination permitted? |
| level | product | |
| | FixPak | |
| | level | |
+------------+-------------+------------------------------------------+
| Version 8 | Version 8 | Yes. This is recommended. |
| FixPak 3 | FixPak 3 | |
+------------+-------------+------------------------------------------+
| Version 8 | Version 8 | Yes, but Version 8 FixPak 3 must be |
| FixPak 3 | GA | reapplied. See the appropriate FixPak |
| | | Readme for instructions to reapply the |
| | | FixPak by going to the DB2 Support Web |
| | | site. |
+------------+-------------+------------------------------------------+
| Version 8 | Version 8 | No. DB2 must first be brought to the |
| FixPak 3 | FixPak 5 | higher fix pack level (in this example, |
| | | Version 8 FixPak 5) before installing |
| | | the additional product. See the |
| | | appropriate FixPak Readme for |
| | | instructions to install the required |
| | | Version 8 FixPak by going to the DB2 |
| | | Support Web site. |
+------------+-------------+------------------------------------------+

The DB2 Support Web site address is
[url]http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/support/db2_9/

2.0 Uninstallation of Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later

2.1 Migrating database directory files from Version 8.2 back to Version
8.1

In DB2 UDB Version 8.2. two new fields were added to the database entry
structure, therefore the database directory file structure has changed.
When migrating from Version 8.1 to Version 8.2 the database directory
files will be migrated automatically. However, to demigrate the database
directory files from Version 8.2 to Version 8.1, db2demigdbd is required
to convert the current database directory files to the Version 8.1
format.

The db2demigdbd tool is available as part of the Linux and UNIX FixPak
install. It can also be located directly on the Linux and UNIX FixPak
CD, without installing the FixPak. On Windows(R), Linux, and UNIX, the
db2demigdbd tool is downloadable from the IBM anonymous FTP server at
ftp.software.ibm.com/ps/products/db2/tools.

You can find documentation for the db2demigdbd tool at
[url]http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/in ... /core/r0011770.htm.
For more information and how to download the db2demigdbd tool, search
the Technotes database at
[url]http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/support/db2_9/ using the keywords
"db2demigdb tool".

2.2 Uninstalling FixPaks or modification levels on Linux or UNIX

Note: If you have received special fixes from IBM Support that you have
applied to the DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later level, you
will lose all of the special fixes when you uninstall DB2 UDB
Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later. The special fixes you received
from IBM Support are only applicable to your current version. You
should not apply the same special fixes on top of a backlevel
version. If this applies to you, contact IBM Support before
uninstalling DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later.

Before uninstalling DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later, ensure that
you:
* Stop all instances and DAS
* Backup your data

AIX If DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later was installed and the
file sets were applied but not committed, DB2 UDB Version 8.2
FixPak 4 and later can be rejected using SMIT. See the SMIT
documentation for more details.

If the file sets were committed when DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak
4 and later was installed, which is the default, DB2 UDB
Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later cannot be rejected. The only
course of action available is to uninstall DB2 UDB from your
system, reinstall DB2 UDB Version 8, and bring DB2 UDB up to
the desired level by applying the corresponding level of DB2
UDB.

If you have the Trusted Computing Base (TCB) enabled on the
system, before uninstalling DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and
later you need to ensure that the TCB is in a consistent state.
See the Known problems and workarounds section in this readme
for details.

HP-UX DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later file sets can be
uninstalled using the sam utility. If you use swlist or sam,
you can list all file sets for DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and
later and receive output similar to the following:
PDB2_810100010 8.1.0.8
PDB2_810100011 8.1.0.8
PDB2_810300011 8.1.0.24
PDB2_810300010 8.1.0.24

The installation signature is combined with the name of the
file set. You should uninstall the group of PDB2_* file sets
with the same signature starting with the largest number. You
can remove DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later, or the
latest version plus the second last, and so on. You can also
select them all.

Linux You cannot uninstall DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later on
Linux. The only course of action available is to uninstall DB2
UDB from your system, reinstall DB2 UDB Version 8, and bring
DB2 UDB up to the desired level by applying the corresponding
level of DB2 UDB. A db2_deinstall script is provided with DB2
UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later which will uninstall DB2 UDB
from your system.

Solaris Operating Environment
The backoutallpatch script is provided with all version images.
Run this script to uninstall DB2 UDBVersion 8.2 FixPak 4 and
later and leave the system in the state that it was before
installing DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later. You can find
this script in /var/sadm/patch. The script will be named
backoutallpatch.8.1.x.y where 8.1.x.y corresponds to the VRMF
of DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later. The files required
to uninstall a FixPak or modification level are stored in
/var/sadm. Disk space requirements for each FixPak or
modification level in /var/sadm can reach almost the same
amount of disk space required by DB2 in /opt/IBM/db2/V8.1.

You must uninstall from the highest to the lowest level until
you have uninstalled the version that you want to remove. For
example if you are at FixPak 3 and installed FixPak 1 and
modification level 2 before FixPak 3 was installed, you would
not be able to uninstall FixPak 1 unless you have uninstalled
modification level 2 and FixPak 3.

Update all instances and the DAS.

2.3 Uninstalling DB2 Version 8 Alternate FixPak

This task provides steps for removing DB2 Version 8 products using the
db2_deinstall command. The db2_deinstall command removes all DB2
products from your system in the corresponding installation path. If you
want to remove a subset of DB2 products, use your operating system's
native tools to remove DB2 components, packages, or file sets.

Prerequisites

Before you remove DB2 products from your Linux or UNIX system:

* You must have root authority to remove DB2 products.
* The db2_deinstall command is found in the root directory on all DB2
installable images (regular or Alternate FixPak).

Procedure

To remove an Alternate FixPak from your system:
1. Log in as user with root authority.
2. Locate the copy of db2_deinstall that came with the Alternate FixPak
you want to remove. For example, you cannot use the db2_deinstall
script that came with Alternate FixPak x to remove Alternate FixPak
y.
3. Run the db2_deinstall -n command.

There are alternative methods for removing DB2 products from your
operating system. You may employ one of these methods if you only want
to remove a subset of DB2 products from your system. For example on
HP-UX, alternative methods for removing DB2 products include using the
swremove command.

3.0 Known problems and workarounds

The following sections detail problems and workarounds you must be aware
of prior to installing DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later.

3.1 Known problems and workarounds (Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later)

Limitations and known problems for DB2 database products are documented
in technotes and APARs on the DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows product
support Web site: [url]http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/support/db2_9/

As problems are discovered and resolved, those resources are updated. By
searching the knowledge base, you can quickly find workarounds or
solutions to problems. The following links launch customized queries of
the technotes and APARs:
* View all technotes for DB2 UDB Version 8:
[url]http://www.ibm.com/support/searc ... =8&tc=SSEPGG+SSEPDU
* View all APARs for DB2 UDB Version 8:
[url]http://www.ibm.com/support/searc ... rn=SWVersion&atrv=8*&atrn1=&atrv1=&atrwcs=on&lang=all&dr=all&r=10&cc=us

To create your own query, go to the Advanced search page on the IBM
Software Support Web site: [url]http://www.ibm.com/support/advsrch.wss

3.1.1 Instance update overwrites scripts db2profile and db2cshrc

After installing a FixPak, to use the new level of DB2, you must update
instances. However, running the db2iupdt command overwrites the
following scripts: db2profile and db2cshrc. If you previously edited
either of these scripts, your changes will be lost after running the
db2iupdt command.

3.2 Known problems and workarounds (prior to Version 8.2 FixPak 4)

3.2.1 FixPak level and installation of new products

If you have more than one DB2 product installed on the same computer,
you need to update all existing DB2 products to the same FixPak level.

If you have installed Alternate FixPaks (AFPs), this restriction also
applies. Since each AFP has its own unique installation path, all
products installed in that installation path must be at the same FixPak
level.

For details, see the "Compatibility issues" section of the Version 8.2
FixPak 3 (equivalent to Version 8.1 FixPak 10) Release Notes.

3.2.2 IBM XL C/C++ Compiler run time must be installed (Linux iSeries
and pSeries, 64-bit)

The following requirements must be met before installing 64-bit DB2 for
Linux on iSeries(TM) and pSeries(R):
1. Running on iSeries or pSeries hardware supported by the Linux
distribution.
2. Running a Linux distribution supported by DB2. See
[url]http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/linux/validate/
3. Download and install the IBM XL C/C++ Advanced Edition V7.0 for Linux
Run-Time Environment Component. For more information, see
[url]www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg24007906

or follow these steps:
a. Visit the XL C/C++ support page at:
[url]www.ibm.com/software/awdtools/xlcpp/support/
b. Under the "Download" heading, select "Fixes by version".
c. Under the "Linux" heading, find "XL C/C++ Advanced Edition V7.0
for Linux Runtime Environment" and select "Latest updates".

3.2.3 Connecting to host systems from DB2 Workgroup Server Edition and
DB2 Express Edition is not permitted

Despite the previous ability to connect to host systems from DB2
Universal Database Workgroup Server Edition and DB2 Universal Database
Express Edition, beginning with Version 8.2 (Version 8.1 FixPak 7), this
connection is no longer permitted.

Prior to Version 8.2 (Version 8.1 FixPak 7), when DB2 Workgroup Server
Edition or DB2 Express Edition was installed, the JCC Universal Driver
file, db2jcc_license_cisuz.jar, was included in \sqllib\java. The JCC
Universal Driver did not check user licenses before initiating a host
connection.

Beginning with Version 8.2 (Version 8.1 FixPak 7), the ability to
initiating a host connection is disabled by removing file
db2jcc_license_cisuz.jar. This change affects the following Version 8.2
products:
* DB2 UDB Express Edition
* DB2 UDB Express Edition CPU Option
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition.

3.2.4 Ensure Trusted Computing Base is in consistent state (AIX)

On AIX, if you have the Trusted Computing Base (TCB) enabled on the
system, before installing or uninstalling DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4
and later you need to ensure that the TCB is in a consistent state for
any file or directory related to a DB2 instance, DAS, and installed DB2
files. The TCB can be in an inconsistent state if, for example, DB2
instances were removed without using the db2idrop command.

You can check the TCB state by entering the following command as root:

tcbck -n ALL

If the TCB is not in a consistent state, installing, uninstalling, or
rejecting DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later can fail and leave some
DB2 filesets in a broken state. See the AIX Security Guide for details
regarding the Trusted Computing Base.

3.2.5 DB2 interprocess communications (IPCs) must be cleaned for
instance update

You must clean up all DB2 interprocess communications (IPCs) for the
instance to be updated. Otherwise, the instance update might have errors
or the db2start command might fail after the instance is updated. All
DB2 IPCs must be cleaned on all nodes for the instance.

See the "Stopping all DB2 processes" section for details.

3.2.6 Installing Query Patroller at FixPak 3 level or later

Query Patroller is a query management system used to control the flow of
queries against your DB2 database. In DB2 UDB Version 8.1.2, DB2 Query
Patroller became a stand-alone product. It was no longer a component of
the DB2 Warehouse Manager.

If you have DB2 UDB Version 8 FixPak 3 or later installed and you
install the DB2 Query Patroller base or GA version, you must reapply the
DB2 FixPak level. Otherwise, the Query Patroller changes are not applied
at the DB2 FixPak level.

If you are installing the Query Patroller server, you must also update
the DB2 instances after reapplying the DB2 FixPak level. This is
mandatory. See the Updating instances to use the new level of DB2
section in this readme for details. After the instances are updated they
must be restarted. See the Restarting the instances section of this
readme for details. Updating instances to use the new level of DB2, and,
Restarting the instances are subsections of the After installation
section.

3.2.7 DB2 Data Links Manager installation when DB2 UDB Enterprise Server
Edition already installed

The DB2 Data Links Manager installation will fail when creating the dlfm
instance if DB2 UDB ESE is already installed on the machine. The
workaround is to modify the response file and continue or to perform a
response file installation to install the DB2 Data Links Manager. For
more information on response files, see the Installation and
Configuration Supplement or search for "response file" in the
Information Center.

4.0 How to get help

To contact DB2 Customer Service by phone:
* In Canada and the United States, call 1-800-IBM-SERV (426-7378).
* Worldwide, see the Directory of worldwide contacts for information on
IBM offices in your country or region, at
[url]http://www.ibm.com/planetwide

The main Usenet newsgroup for DB2 product-related questions is
comp.databases.ibm-db2.

For information about changes to the product, read the product Release
Notes. You can view the latest product Release Notes without installing
DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later by going to the DB2 Support Web site
at [url]http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/support/db2_9/.

You can also review the Release Notes directly from the DB2 Version 8.2
FixPak 4 and later CD by going to /doc/%L/db2ir/index.htm, where %L
represents the locale name. You can also review the Release Notes after
installing DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later:

AIX | /usr/opt/db2_08_01/Readme/%L/Release.Notes
-----------------------+---------------------------------------------
HP-UX, Linux, and | /opt/IBM/db2/V8.1/Readme/%L/Release.Notes
Solaris Operating |
Environment |

where %L represents the locale name, for example, english-us, spanish,
german.

The Websphere Federation Server Release Notes are found at:
[url]http://www.ibm.com/support/docvi ... K5T&uid=swg27007246

4.1 Where to download the FixPak installation images

DB2 UDB Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later and Alternate FixPaks can be
downloaded from the DB2 product support Web site:
[url]http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/support/db2_9/

In particular, refer to the "Fixes by version" document in the Download
section of the Web site. Ensure that you choose the appropriate fix pack
for your operating system. In most cases, you can either choose to
access the FTP folder directly or you can use a Java(TM) applet called
Download Director to download the files.

5.0 Reference

The following reference information is available:
* Supported languages for DB2 clients
* Supported products and components by operating system.

5.1 Supported languages for DB2 clients available from the FTP site

The following table details the supported languages for DB2 clients that
are available from the FTP site.

+------------+--------------------+----------------------+------------+
| Operating | DB2 Administration | DB2 Application | DB2 |
| System | Client | Development Client | Run-Time |
| | | | Client |
+------------+--------------------+----------------------+------------+
| AIX 4.3.3 | * SBCS1 (English, | * SBCS1 (English, | All |
| (32-bit) | French, German, | French, German, and | supported |
| | and Italian) | Italian) | languages |
| | * SBCS2 (English, | * SBCS2 (English, | are in one |
| | Brazilian | Brazilian | tarred |
| | Portuguese, and | Portuguese, and | file |
| | Spanish) | Spanish) | |
| | * NORDIC | * NORDIC (English, | |
| | (English, Danish, | Danish, Finnish, | |
| | Finnish, | Norwegian, and | |
| | Norwegian, and | Swedish) | |
| | Swedish) | * DBCS (English, | |
| | * DBCS (English, | Japanese, Korean, | |
| | Japanese, Korean, | Simplified Chinese, | |
| | Simplified | and Traditional | |
| | Chinese, and | Chinese) | |
| | Traditional | | |
| | Chinese) | | |
+------------+--------------------+----------------------+------------+
| AIX 5L | * SBCS (English, | * SBCS (English, | All |
| (32-bit | Brazilian | Brazilian | supported |
| and | Portuguese, | Portuguese, Danish, | languages |
| 64-bit) | Danish, Finnish, | Finnish, French, | are in one |
| | French, German, | German, Italian, | tarred |
| | Italian, | Norwegian, Spanish, | file |
| | Norwegian, | and Swedish) | |
| | Spanish, and | * DBCS (English, | |
| | Swedish) | Japanese, Korean, | |
| | * DBCS (English, | Simplified Chinese, | |
| | Japanese, Korean, | and Traditional | |
| | Simplified | Chinese) | |
| | Chinese, and | | |
| | Traditional | | |
| | Chinese) | | |
+------------+--------------------+----------------------+------------+
| HP-UX 11i | All supported | All supported | All |
| (PA-RISC) | languages are in | languages are in one | supported |
| and HP-UX | one tarred file | tarred file | languages |
| 11i v2 | | | are in one |
| (IA64) | | | tarred |
| (32-bit | | | file |
| and | | | |
| 64-bit) | | | |
+------------+--------------------+----------------------+------------+
| Linux | All supported | All supported | All |
| | languages are in | languages are in one | supported |
| | one tarred file | tarred file | languages |
| | | | are in one |
| | | | tarred |
| | | | file |
+------------+--------------------+----------------------+------------+
| Solaris | All supported | All supported | All |
| Operating | languages are in | languages are in one | supported |
| Environmen | one tarred file | tarred file | languages |
| ts | | | are in one |
| | | | tarred |
| | | | file |
+------------+--------------------+----------------------+------------+
| Windows | All supported | All supported | All |
| | languages are in | languages are in one | supported |
| | one | self-extracting zip | languages |
| | self-extracting | file | are in one |
| | zip file | | self-extra |
| | | | cting zip |
| | | | file |
+------------+--------------------+----------------------+------------+

5.2 Supported products and components by operating system

DB2 products continue to be supported on AIX 4.3.3 and Solaris 7 until
DB2 Version 8.1 goes out of service. Existing installs of DB2 as well as
new installs of DB2 products are recommended to upgrade to a more
current version of AIX, such as AIX 5.3, because AIX 4.3.3 is now out of
service, and to a more current version of Solaris, such as Solaris 9.

The following lists show the supported products and components for each
Linux and UNIX operating system:

AIX 5L (32-bit and 64-bit)
Product list:
* DB2 Administration Client, Version 8
* DB2 Application Development Client, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Application Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect for iSeries, Version 8
* DB2 Cube Views(TM), Version 8
* DB2 Data Links Manager, Version 8
* DB2 Information Center, Version 8
* DB2 PDF Documentation, Version 8
* DB2 Query Patroller, Version 8
* DB2 Run-Time Client, Version 8
* DB2 Spatial Extender, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Warehouse Manager, Version 8

HP-UX 11i (PA-RISC, 32-bit and 64-bit)
Product list:
* DB2 Administration Client, Version 8
* DB2 Application Development Client, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Application Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect for iSeries, Version 8
* DB2 Data Links Manager, Version 8
* DB2 Information Center, Version 8
* DB2 PDF Documentation, Version 8
* DB2 Query Patroller, Version 8
* DB2 Run-Time Client, Version 8
* DB2 Spatial Extender, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition, Version 8

HP-UX 11i v2 (IA64)
Product list:
* DB2 Administration Client, Version 8
* DB2 Application Development Client, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Application Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect for iSeries, Version 8
* DB2 Run-Time Client, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition, Version 8

Linux (x86, 32-bit)
Product list:
* DB2 Administration Client, Version 8
* DB2 Application Development Client, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Application Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Personal Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect for iSeries, Version 8
* DB2 Cube Views, Version 8
* DB2 Data Links Manager, Version 8
* DB2 Information Center, Version 8
* DB2 PDF Documentation, Version 8
* DB2 Query Patroller, Version 8
* DB2 Run-Time Client, Version 8
* DB2 Spatial Extender, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Express, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Personal Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Warehouse Manager, Version 8

Linux (IA64, 64-bit)
Product list:
* DB2 Administration Client, Version 8
* DB2 Application Development Client, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Application Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Personal Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect for iSeries, Version 8
* DB2 Information Center, Version 8
* DB2 PDF Documentation, Version 8
* DB2 Query Patroller, Version 8
* DB2 Run-Time Client, Version 8
* DB2 Spatial Extender, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Express Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Personal Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition, Version 8

Linux (iSeries and pSeries, 32-bit and 64-bit)
Product list:
* DB2 Administration Client, Version 8
* DB2 Application Development Client, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Application Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect for iSeries, Version 8
* DB2 Information Center, Version 8
* DB2 Query Patroller, Version 8
* DB2 PDF Documentation, Version 8
* DB2 Run-Time Client, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Express Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition, Version 8

Linux (S/390(R) and zSeries(R) 31-bit)
Product list:
* DB2 Administration Client, Version 8
* DB2 Application Development Client, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Application Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Information Center, Version 8
* DB2 PDF Documentation, Version 8
* DB2 Run-Time Client, Version 8
* DB2 Spatial Extender, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition, Version 8

Linux (S/390 and zSeries 64-bit)
Product list:
* DB2 Administration Client, Version 8
* DB2 Application Development Client, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Application Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect for iSeries, Version 8
* DB2 Run-Time Client, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition, Version 8

Linux (AMD64)
Product list:
* DB2 Administration Client, Version 8
* DB2 Application Development Client, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Application Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Personal Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect for iSeries, Version 8
* DB2 Information Center, Version 8
* DB2 Query Patroller, Version 8
* DB2 PDF Documentation, Version 8
* DB2 Run-Time Client, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Express Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Personal Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition, Version 8

Solaris Operating Environments (32-bit and 64-bit)
Product list:
* DB2 Administration Client, Version 8
* DB2 Application Development Client, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Application Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Connect for iSeries, Version 8
* DB2 Cube Views, Version 8
* DB2 Data Links Manager, Version 8
* DB2 Information Center, Version 8
* DB2 PDF Documentation, Version 8
* DB2 Query Patroller, Version 8
* DB2 Run-Time Client, Version 8
* DB2 Spatial Extender, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition, Version 8
* DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Unlimited Edition, Version 8
* DB2 Warehouse Manager, Version 8

If you add new components after you install DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and
later, you need to reinstall DB2 Version 8.2 FixPak 4 and later to
ensure that the newly added components are updated.

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