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I have a db2 instance, and I need to stop it properly, clean, without any db2stop force. I need this in order to restart it fast in a batch process.

I am completly sure there are not connections or active databases; however, the instance does not stop. Attached, there is an image that shows this behaviour.

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What can I do? what is using the instance that produces the SQL1025 error?

  • Have you tried quiesce? – Lennart May 16 at 5:35
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You need to deactivate all active databases first, in your case

db2 deactivate db 🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴

before stopping the instance. db2stop force does that for you, so I'm not sure what's wrong with simply using the force option.

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