Received an SQL1031N when trying to connect to a DB2 database.

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Question

Received an SQL1031N when trying to connect to a DB2 database. The local database directory filesystem was not mounted.

Answer

Symptom/Question:

Received an SQL1031N when trying to connect to a DB2 database. SQL1031N The database directory cannot be found.

Cause/Answer:

The local database directory filesystem was not mounted. Check both $HOME/sqllib/sqldbdir, <dbdir>/<nodedir>/sqldbdir.


Action/Further Explanation:

Ensure that you mount the filesystem properly. Mounting instructions can be found in the DB2 Information Center as well as in your operating system documentation.


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Document information


More support for:

DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows
Connectivity - DRDA

Software version:

6, 7

Operating system(s):

AIX

Reference #:

1054293

Modified date:

2008-06-04

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