IBM Performance Monitoring V8.1.3 New server installation running on RHEL 7.2, DB2 not starting after reboot of server...what is causing the autostart to fail?
JohnHorton 1000004VEM Visits (8395)
So you installed a brand new IPM V8.1.3 Server and something happened to where you felt like a reboot of the server was needed. You reboot your server and all the APM components eventually start up, with the exception of DB2.
What gives? By the way, this IPM server is running on RHEL 7.2.
From the DB2 perspective, we ran 'db2set' and verified that the following DB2 parm is set:
I would suspect that DB2 would autostart since with the setting.
This issue is related to DB2 running on RHEL 7.x. For some background,
DB2 running on RHEL 6.x uses 'upstart' as the default init system.
DB2 running on RHEL 7.x uses 'systemd' for the default init system.
The workaround for this problem can be found here,
From the IPM Server perspective(fixed on the IPM side), this issue will be fixed via APAR IV86996 which should be available
in the near future.