I'm having troubles installing DB2 Express-C 9.7.5 on a Fedora 16 virtual machine.
The DB2 Setup Launchpad starts successfully, but when I click on 'Install New' for DB2 Express-C, nothing happens, it keeps loading for several minutes and I eventually get the following error message:
DBI1501E An internal error was encountered.
Explanation: An error was detected while performing an internal operation.
User response: Verify that the file system on which the file resides is not damaged.
I have installed the required libraries (i.e. libaio and compat-libstdc++).
I know that Fedora is not officially supported, but still I would like to find a way to install it.
Any ideas why it's not working, and how I could make it work?
Thanks in advance for your answers :)
Re: Installing DB2 Express-C 9.7.5 on Fedora 162012-04-08T19:42:15ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Well in case if db2setup is not working then you can use command line utility called db2_install.
The diff between two is db2setup will copy the binaries and create the instance but db2_install will just copy the binaries only, to create an instance you need to call db2icrt utility from the installation path.
Now coming back to the error, I have tried 97fp5 GUI installation on fedora virtual box and installation went fine. If you can provide me the trace file then definitely I will be able to help you out. Try below command to get the trace file.
db2setup -t <trace file> -l <log file>
In case if db2_install also does not work properly then get the trace file of this utility by running below command-
db2_install -t <trace file> -l <log file>
Re: Installing DB2 Express-C 9.7.5 on Fedora 162012-04-10T09:23:51ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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I tried db2_install and it seems to work. I will try to play with db2icrt to create an instance manually.
Concerning the error, I get 3 different trace files (<trace_file>_lp, <trace_file>.jtrc, <trace_file>.ctrc). I attached them with my message.
Let me know if you find something interesting. Could it be the TCP problem in the .jtrc, around 14074th line?
Thanks again for your support.
Re: Installing DB2 Express-C 9.7.5 on Fedora 162012-04-10T16:06:14ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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Re: Installing DB2 Express-C 9.7.5 on Fedora 162012-04-13T07:20:55ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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