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Zero value represents

I was going through one of the system in which db6 parameter instance_memory should be set to automatic.

Value is set correctly in the system as automatic.

If instance_memory is set to AUTOMATIC, it is possible to determine its value using the following commands:

db2 attach to instance_name (where instance_name is the name of the instance)

db2 get dbm cfg show detail

While in db02 database manager parameter is currently showing value as zero.

Value zero represent initial value or infinite value?

Normally if set as automatic it should represent some value calculated at that time based upon database load.

Edited by: Esha Rajpal on Dec 22, 2008 11:04 AM

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 11:09 AM

    To me, it seems that you are running an outdated version of the DBACOCKPIT. What is your level of

    - the database softwrae

    - SAP including patch levels

    As an example, for SAP release 700, you should run basis support package 12 or higher.


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