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When upgrading DB2 LUW from V10.5 to V11.5, restore got hung after processing 830G [ full backup data ] without any message
DB2 Support team was contacted to troubleshoot the issue, finally, it appeared to be an file lock issue, DB2 appeared to be lost somewhere and not knowing what to do
It would be good from an DB2 coding perspective to output proper messages on the status of restore and any valuable information in situation on hand, where we couldn't identify what's going on within DB2
DB2 LIST UTILITIES command was unresponsive
DB2SUPPORT command was unresponsive
DB2STOP command was unresponsive
DB server reboot and restore after that worked
IMO, DB2 software should not function like Microsoft products which follow shutdown/restart phenomenon during failures, DB2 has been reliable from it's inception
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