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Upgrade path for DB2 version 7 to DB2 version 10

Upgrade path for DB2 version 7 to DB2 version 10

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I have a DB2 version 7 database I need to upgrade to DB2 version 10. Is there a direct upgrade or do I have to upgrade from version 7 to version 8 to version 9 to version 10.

RE: Upgrade path for DB2 version 7 to DB2 version 10

you need to upgrade at steps - the last step is from 9.2 or higher to 10 - and google is your friend https://www.google.ie/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instan... will give you some of the upgrades, and the others you should be able to find yourself

and v7 is way out of support now. last time I did a upgrade of that one was nearly 10 years ago.

v7 needs to go to v8, then v8 can go to v9 - if you can move it to v9.2 directly then the better as then its only another step to v10

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Frederico Fonseca
SysSoft Integrated Ltd
www.syssoft-int.com

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RE: Upgrade path for DB2 version 7 to DB2 version 10

(OP)
Frederico,
Thank you for the information. And yes google is my best friend. smile

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