I need a command to kill a respawning DB2 backup...
Master - 188.8.131.52 on 2k8R2
I've got a couple of AIX boxes running DB2 that I back up. And every week when they're rebooted the policy for the log files (just an User Backup) attempts to back up the final log but then the client software gets shut down before it finishes. So I get a series of retries with code 58...eventually the box comes back up, that backup works, and everything is then clear.
But what worries me is if we ever have to shut that machine down for any maintenance, I'll get a eternal string of code 58 failures until it comes back up.
So...short of cycling the services on the Master, is there any command I can execute at the CMD level to stop the eternal respawning? Or is there a process that gets spawned on the Master that I'm not seeing that I can kill?