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Yes, you can choose instance to apply service pack. Instance components along with shared components between side by side instances will be upgraded to higher service pack. Sql server has two types of component\features. 1. Instance specific features 2. Shared Features When you upgrade one component with a given instance name to a new version or ...


Yes, but you have to understand that there are certain shared components. See Work with Multiple Versions and Instances of SQL Server.


This has worked for me on AIX 7.1: First, run db2ilist to find the list of instances. Run db2iset -d <instance> for each instance to remove the global registry entry. Now when you re-run db2ilist you should not see the instances, and your uninstall should work properly.


You won't get any specific answer to this question, because as you observed, it depends. The answer depends on your company's tolerance for having one DB2 instance adversely impact the performance of another's. You may be able to control or limit this impact if your AIX admins are willing to learn and set up WLM policies at the operating system level (not ...


From View or Change the Default Locations for Data and Log Files: In Object Explorer, right-click a server and click Properties. In the left panel, click the Database settings page. In Database default locations, view the current default locations for new data files and new log files. To change a default location, enter a new default pathname ...

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