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Currently we have db2diag files as part of dbm parameter (DIAGPATH) and all the files (db2diag.log, events,nfy,bin,stack,stmm,dump) going into the same directory. The challenge is in case of issues, we see huge dump files produced (sometimes 40gb dump files) and fill up diagpath. Any information on the error or the reason of the dump file gets lost since db2diag is unable to write (file system got full becuase of the 40gb dump file).
Request is to seperate out db2diag logs from rest of the files.
This will also help when we collect db2support and we can have a much smaller db2support if we exclude all the other files.
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