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Operating Systems Linux Ubuntu How do I install the DB2 Control Center on UBUNTU Post 302346228 by zaxxon on Friday 21st of August 2009 09:34:27 AM
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Afaik when you install db2 you will get either an option to install db2 Control Center too or get it anway. When you have db2 installed, try issuing a db2cc & and make sure you exported your DISPLAY variable with some valid values and have a local X-server running.
 

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FS_NEWCELL(1)						       AFS Command Reference						     FS_NEWCELL(1)

NAME
       fs_newcell - Changes the kernel-resident list of a cell's database servers

SYNOPSIS
       fs newcell -name <cell name> -servers <primary servers>+
	   [-linkedcell <linked cell name>] [-help]

       fs n -n <cell name> -s <primary servers>+
	   [-l <linked cell name>] [-h]

DESCRIPTION
       The fs newcell command removes the Cache Manager's kernel-resident list of database server machines for the cell specified by the -name
       argument and replaces it with the database server machines named by the -servers argument.

       Each time the machine reboots, the Cache Manager constructs the kernel list of cells and database server machines by reading the local
       /etc/openafs/CellServDB file. This command does not change the CellServDB file, so any changes made with it persist only until the next
       reboot, unless the issuer also edits the file. The output of the fs listcells command reflects changes made with this command, because that
       command consults the kernel-resident list rather than the CellServDB file.

       This command can introduce a completely new cell into the kernel-resident list, but cannot make a cell inaccessible (it is not possible to
       remove a cell's entry from the kernel-resident list by providing no values for the -server argument). To make a cell inaccessible, remove
       its entry from the CellServDB file and reboot the machine.

       If the -name argument names a DCE cell, then the -servers argument names DFS Fileset Location (FL) Server machines. The -linkedcell
       argument specifies the name of the AFS cell to link to a DCE cell for the purpose of DFS fileset location.

CAUTIONS
       Some commands, such as the aklog or klog.krb5 commands, work correctly only when the information is accurate for a cell in both the
       CellServDB file and the kernel-resident list.

OPTIONS
       -name <cell name>
	   Specifies the fully-qualified cell name of the AFS or DCE cell.

       -servers <primary servers>+
	   Specifies the fully-qualified hostnames of all AFS database server machines or DFS Fileset Location (FL) Server machines for the cell
	   named by the -name argument. If FL Server machines are specified, the local machine must be running the AFS/DFS Migration Toolkit
	   Protocol Translator.

       -linkedcell <linked cell name>
	   Specifies the name of the AFS cell to link to a DCE cell for the purpose of DFS fileset location.

       -help
	   Prints the online help for this command. All other valid options are ignored.

EXAMPLES
       The following example changes the machine's kernel-resident list of database server machines for the ABC Corporation cell to include the
       machines "db1.abc.com" and "db2.abc.com":

	  % fs newcell -name abc.com -servers db1.abc.com db2.abc.com

       The following example links the DCE cell "dce.abc.com" to the AFS cell "abc.com". The AFS client contacts the Fileset Location (FL) servers
       "db1.dce.abc.com" and "db2.dce.abc.com" for fileset location information as it interprets a DFS pathname.

	  % fs newcell -name dce.abc.com 
	      -servers db1.dce.abc.com db2.dce.abc.com 
	      -linkedcell abc.com

PRIVILEGE REQUIRED
       The issuer must be logged in as the local superuser root.

SEE ALSO
       CellServDB(5), fs_listcells(1)

COPYRIGHT
       IBM Corporation 2000. <http://www.ibm.com/> All Rights Reserved.

       This documentation is covered by the IBM Public License Version 1.0.  It was converted from HTML to POD by software written by Chas
       Williams and Russ Allbery, based on work by Alf Wachsmann and Elizabeth Cassell.

OpenAFS 							    2012-03-26							     FS_NEWCELL(1)

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