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DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

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Hi, please forgive me for this next post as I know nothing about DB2 or databases but have been left dumped with a problem after our 3rd party support failed to resolve this issue.

We are running DB2 9.7.2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.6.
Normally, every night at 22:30 the database dumps its data into a file in /home/<user>/db2backups.
After every reboot it stops working and our 3rd party support just quickly login and start something to get it going again.
Now, we rebooted a few days a go and it's stopped dumping again but now the guy that normally gets it going again has left and they have no idea how to fix it.

When I use the "Task Center" Windows front end and attempt to list the tasks for the "Scheduler system" I get the following error...

DBA1176N The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the
Tools Catalog Database "" for system "<SYSTEM>".
Explanation:
Possible explanations are:
The database is specified incorrectly at the DB2 Administration Server for system "<system-name>".
The database manager that contains the database is not configured for TCP/IP communication.
User Response:
Possible solutions include:
Verify that the DB2 Administration Server configuration parameters are correctly specified.
Verify that the database manager is configured for TCP/IP communications.
If the problem persists, contact IBM Support.

Any help would be very much appreciated.

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

RE: DB2 The Control Center failed to automatically catalog the Tools Catalog Database

Suggest you consider the IBM solution . . .

Possibly "the guy" could moonlight and teach your people how to do this in the future.

Is there another system running in the same environment that the vendor supports and could compare theirs to yours to look for some difference(s)?

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