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Max Db Live Cache Not working

My database crashed and I want to restart db but no responce .

Shutdown the server and start x_server

when I want to start my db try dbmcli or dbm GUI

I got this error message in the knldiag.err file

file/tape/pipe 'knldiag' write error, rc = 22

I searched the internet but didn't find any useful information .

Do you have any idea ?

Server system AIX 5300-05 Live Cache DBMServer 7.5.0 Build 032-123-111-699

KERNEL 7.5.0 BUILD 032-123-111-699

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 03:20 PM

    Hi Polya,

    the information you provided is not enough. please look into the file /sapdb/data/wrk/<DBSID>/knldiag . look there for the string 'current'. Near this string (from above) you will se more messages, which should show more information. If you could past these lines it would be very helpfull.

    regards,

    Alexander

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 04:35 PM

    You may check also your storage/filesystem (make sure it's still attached, permissions, etc). The error you gave

    file/tape/pipe 'knldiag' write error, rc = 22

    almost seems like it could not write to something.

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