Validating tool

Validates the local database creation and connection with the given database name.

This parameter is ignored in the following scenarios:the instance to be validated is a client instance * -a and -i are not specified when db2val is run by root users (on Linux and UNIX only). Unless the -l parameter is specified, the default log path is: On Linux and Unix, /tmp/db2On Windows, My Documents\DB2LOG\db2Where xx is a auto-generated value based on the current timestamp.

This tool is mostly useful for large scale deployments of DB2.

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Partitioned database environment validation for the instance "reginst1" ends. DBI1339I The instance validation for the instance reginst1 was successful. Task 5: Validating symbolic links in the instance directory.

DBI1339I The instance validation for the instance reginst1 was successful. DBI1339I The instance validation for the instance reginst2 was successful. Status 5: Success Task 6: Validating instance file ownership and permission.

Details are logged in the /tmp/log file which is specified after -l. Task 4: Validating the accessibility to the /etc/services file.

DBI1345W Read permission to the /etc/services file is not granted to every user. DBI1335I Installation file validation for the DB2 copy installed at /opt/ibm/db2/V9.7 was successful. Task 8: Validating database connections using CLP command.

( means that the most significant byte is stored in the memory location with the lowest address.) Some elements within a certificate contain Boolean values to denote that a feature of the certificate exists.

If the feature exists, the corresponding child element value is set to 1.

07/21/2011 0 0 SQL1063N DB2START processing was successful. Status 8: Success DBI1339I The instance validation for the instance reginst1 was successful. Task 10: Validating symbolic links in the instance directory.

Status 10: Success Task 11: Validating instance file ownership and permission.

This topic describes how to validate the driver's certificate chain when using Certified Output Protection Protocol (COPP).

The graphic driver's certificate chain is an XML document. The first certificate is called the , and is the driver's COPP certificate.

COPP certificate chains use the UTF-8 character set.