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Status Not under consideration
Workspace Db2
Components Monitoring
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 2, 2023

Monitor DB2 Client


Currently we have a db2 client installed on the NFS and mounted on all of our app servers. A soft link created from app server home path to the db2profile NFA to access the client from app servers.

Pain point:

More than 800+ Nodes and 2000+ database are cataloged on the db2 client and it's became a toil for us to maintain them. Specifically to identify the unused Node and Database catalog and remove them.


Is there any way we can monitor the Node and Database catalog traffic flow and identify whether its in use or not. In this way, we can build an automation to maintain the db2 client Node and DB catalogs.

Needed By Yesterday (Let's go already!)