Thanks a lot Lary for your great help.
So as workaround, could I install 1.1.5 then apply FP7 upon a DB2 WSE
instance, then switch to and ESE instance ?
I have not yet seen if that's possible.
> Actually ... just found something. This is fixed in fp6, so the resolution
> new level of base code.
> Larry Edelstein
> > Hi Larry,
> > With either PE 1.1 or PE 1.1.5 (from the DB2 UDB Dev Edition box), it's
> > same behavior: cannot continue install because my DB2 mono-partition
> > instance is said not to be supported ("multi-partition instances are not
> > supported").
> > I can install if I pick up a WSE instance, not a ESE (even if it is a
> > mono-partition one). I have downloaded FP7, but for this fixpack to be
> > applied, PE needs to be installed, so I had to create a WSE instance ...
> > How can I work with PE and ESE though ?
> > Thanks,
> > Jean-Marc
> > > Where did you get the PE code from? If you got it from the shrinkwrap,
> > that
> > > is very old code. There have been several fixpacks since then ...
> > you
> > > need a more recent base.
> > > Larry Edelstein
> > > > Hi, I've tried to install the Performance Expert on my
> > DB2
> > > > UDB ESE V8.1 instance.
> > > > I get a message that this instance is a multi-partition instance and
> > that
> > > > Performance Expert does not support it.
> > > > I have not seen explicit messages in the readme.txt that ESE was not
> > > > supported, so I ask the question.
> > > > Thanks,
> > > > Jean-Marc