DB2 technical article 1165448 lists APARs and issues which relate to interaction between DB2 databases and the AIX operating system. It also makes recommendations on AIX technology levels in order to avoid common high impact issues. There might be additional AIX APARs that are unrelated to DB2 activity but can still impact DB2 databases. For example, certain AIX administration activity can lead to corrupted file systems that contain DB2 data. It is recommended that you consult the AIX fix distribution site at the following location to review other AIX APARs which might impact your system.
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Pinned topic Where can I find known issues for DB2 LUW on AIX?
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Re: Where can I find known issues for DB2 LUW on AIX?2013-06-14T14:27:54Z in response to amccarlHello! We've had a number of clients respond through feedback to our technical documents indicating that they have further questions or comments that require additional dialogue. Unfortunately, our feedback is anonymous, so unless an email address or other contact information is included, we have no way to get back in touch with you.Within DB2 support, the management team asked if we could somehow link our documents to the forums so that we could invite more discussion - like this! As a start, we chose about 30 technical articles and "seeded" the forum with initial entries so that we could have a starting place for conversation. The documents have now been updated with links to the forums as well.Hopefully, we will make DB2 support better by providing more interaction around our technical information!