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I got around 98 instances in a single AIX server. I need to list all the tablespaces, their path and usage. Is there a way I can do that without getting into each instance, connecting into the database etc?

  • It would help to know your Db2 version. If you really have 90+ instances, each one of them would presumably require different credentials to obtain this information – mustaccio Oct 2 at 17:35
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I don't have anywhere to test this at the moment, but either of these might work.

  1. If you have su privileges to all instance owner users:

    db2ilist | while read inst; do su - $inst db2pd -alldbs -tablespaces; done
    
  2. If you have sufficient privileges on all instances yourself:

    db2ilist | while read inst; do env DB2INSTANCE=$inst db2pd -alldbs -tablespaces; done
    
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