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Production server down issue

Former Member
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Dear all,

We are facing the prd server down issue from last 3 days on the daily basis , each time error is coming like below in db2diag , pls help us on how to resolve the issue,

014-05-28-22.37.28.010000+330 I100653749F452     LEVEL: Error

PID     : 4032                 TID  : 3240        PROC : db2syscs.exe

INSTANCE: DB2PRD               NODE : 000

EDUID   : 3240                 EDUNAME: db2loggw (PRD) 0

FUNCTION: DB2 UDB, data protection services, sqlpgolf, probe:220

RETCODE : ZRC=0x870F0016=-2029060074=SQLO_SHAR "File sharing violation."          DIA8519C A file sharing violation has occurred, filename was

"".

2014-05-28-22.37.28.010000+330 I100654203F591     LEVEL: Error

PID     : 4032                 TID  : 3240        PROC : db2syscs.exe

INSTANCE: DB2PRD               NODE : 000

EDUID   : 3240                 EDUNAME: db2loggw (PRD) 0

FUNCTION: DB2 UDB, data protection services, sqlpgolf, probe:220

MESSAGE : Filename :

DATA #1 : Hexdump, 40 bytes

0x0000000011FEF57C : 4B3A 5C64 6232 5C50 5244 5C6C 6F67 5F64  

K:\db2\PRD\log_d

0x0000000011FEF58C : 6972 5C4E 4F44 4530 3030 305C 5330 3037  

ir\NODE0000\S007

0x0000000011FEF59C : 3234 3836 2E4C 4F47                        2486.LOG2014-05-28-22.37.28.010000+330 I100654796F368     LEVEL: Error

PID     : 4032                 TID  : 3240        PROC : db2syscs.exe

INSTANCE: DB2PRD               NODE : 000

EDUID   : 3240                 EDUNAME: db2loggw (PRD) 0

FUNCTION: DB2 UDB, data protection services, sqlpgole, probe:1710

MESSAGE : Error -2029060074 opening database log extent 72486:





Regards

RK


























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Former Member
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Hi,

We are using SAN, We can see the SAN log also

RK

Former Member
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Hi Rableen,

Try to give unmount on partition of Storage or ask for you infrastructure administrator to run CHKDSK /R /F on your disks.

Thanks. 

Former Member
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Hi Rableen,


Try to do a ScanDisk with Repair mode if your OS is Windows or FSCK for Linux or Unix.  chkdsk /r /f  

It can helps, We had faced the same issue.

Former Member
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Dear All,

Our OS is Windows.

RK

Former Member
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So, Down all services of DB2 and SAP.

And try to open CMD and run the command chkdsk /r /f  on your disk partition that you have problem, maybe K:\.

Open you CMD

Give the command >

K:

K:\\>chkdsk /r /f

and choose yes.

and Please Return back if everything is ok.

Thanks.

Former Member
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From sap we got the reply as below....

so, it is clear that there is something holding these logs, so the

database cannot write to them and so it stops as the database first

checks if it can write to logs before it starts up.

Please ensure not to copy or move any active logfiles while the db is

online as this can cause inconsistencies in the logs.

Please restart the server machine to clear any file access and then

try to start the db and sap system.


But no copy was going on ....

and we don,t have antivirus also.


Regards,

RK

s_yuksektepe
Explorer
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Hi

is the server spontaneously rebooted? Probably the some system is mounted as read only. Or, there is a hardware error on your disk/storage.

- Try to create a dummy file on each database filesystem.

- If possible, Reboot the server and perform an "fsck"

Hope this helps you

Sem