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DB2HMON question for DB2 V9.5 (on windows)

DB2HMON question for DB2 V9.5 (on windows)

DB2HMON question for DB2 V9.5 (on windows)

Here is my DB2 Version (UDB on Windows)

Product identifier SQL09052
Level identifier 03030107
Level DB2 v9.5.201.346
Build level s080911
PTF WR21421


We have been having a problem with the Health Monitor. the Mon_Heap_sz was too small and the instance crashed. upped the Mon-heap_sz from 66 to 1024 and the instance has been running fine.

I have read where the fix is to just turn off the health monitor but I'm not sure that is the right thing to do.

What commands can I use to show what Health Monitors are actually turned on? Does shutting off the Health Monitor also disable warnings on Tablespace size threshholds??

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