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Error ENQUEUE_E_DB6ADMLOCK

Dear Gurus,

I'm using DB2 on HP-UX, and there's this error when I Access db13.

When I access RZ10, it also gives error messages: "Unknown error calling profile editor"

Anyone stumble upon this before?

Regards,

Edited by: Lori Crystal on Dec 8, 2011 4:48 PM

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 05:05 PM

    What did you after which you get this error, any system change ? What's the scenario ?

    Anyways, these old discussion threads might land you some help -

    Transaction RZ10 fails, unknown error calling profile editor.

    Error in Central Lock Handler

    Thanks

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    • Former Member

      I just completed the online backup, and schedule regular background job.

      In SM21, there's error entry:

      Batch scheduler: Unable to perform job SAP_REORG_JOBS

      Cause: Error within the lock operation

      Operating system call recv failed (error no. 232 )

      Detail:

      This message supplements the introductory note on problems when locking

      the batch scheduler table. It tells you that an error occurred within

      the lock operation itself. Check the time-related system log entries

      for further indications (e.g. missing message server, network problems,

      enqueue server not active).

      I'm using ASCS enqueue lock, and have no Enqueue WP set in the profile.

      Regards,

  • Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 05:11 PM

    Can you check in SM12 if there is any lock set on the tablename DB6ADMLOCK.

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 05:42 PM
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    • Hi Lori,

      It maybe a good idea to get your Network team to verify that there are no physical hardware problems with the Network. You can also use the NIPING tool detailed in note 0500235 - Network Diagnosis with NIPING.

      Additionally please share the value of enque/wp_table

      Reards,

      Deepak Kori

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