Pinned topic Missing TERMINAL string on csr file from collector
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Has anyone experienced this issue: For CPU usage rate codes LLF119 and LLF122 we used to get a string in the csr file that identified what instance a database was on for the server. The string no longer shows up so we have a problem doing a chargeback for CPU on the server. Any ideas where to look for the cause?
Updated on 2012-09-20T18:06:36Z at 2012-09-20T18:06:36Z by CarlBrown
Re: Missing TERMINAL string on csr file from collector2012-06-14T17:52:21ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Update: It appears that we introduced this problem when we upgraded our DB2 LUW agent. We no longer get instance names for the databases. Has anybody else experienced this?
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Re: Missing TERMINAL string on csr file from collector2012-06-28T14:58:43ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- CarlBrown 270001D9XF
Seems like the database instance might be crucial to proper accountability? Probably worth opening a PMR (service request?) to have the TUAM dev team investigate.
ISTR your installation might have a complex database collection scheme (multiple DBs/versions on a single server?) - this might be related to any special configurations required in that setup.