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automatically activate a database when DB2 LUW is started

See PMR 14855,227,000.

We would like some way to automatically activate a specific database when a DB2 instance is started without the use of external scripts or DB2 APIs.
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  • Jan 3 2019
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Customer Name StarQuest Ventures
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  • Sebastian Zok commented
    April 13, 2019 08:01

    Having a DB parameter telling the instance to activate it automatically as soon as instance starts woulds be nice!

  • Stephen Rice commented
    June 28, 2019 14:26

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  • Cyrille Deleruyelle commented
    July 05, 2019 13:29

    Why not having an external script run by DB2 when the starting process has completed in which we could add all the commands, like "db2 activate db xx".

    This would require no additional parameter and would provide a broader facility to start things after DB2 initialization is done.

  • Franziska Brosy commented
    14 Jan 18:02

    Starting (db2start) and activating (db2 activate db) all databases in an instance after system reboot only setting a parameter would be so great and save time spending in scripting these things for different OS.

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