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HELP...Archive log drive hardware failed

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Hey all,

My drive that archive logs were housed on failed and crashed TSM (protect 8.1.1). My DB2 instance is in a "stopping" state. I have since while waiting for the service to crash all together i have placed a new SAN attached drive in the old hardware's' place with the same drive letter (R:\).

I do have a SEV1 support ticket in to IBM but i have not heard from them.

I try a connect to database in the db2 command line and get this
C:\PROGRA~1\Tivoli\TSM\db2\BIN>db2 connect to tsmdb1
SQL6036N START or STOP DATABASE MANAGER command is already in progress.

C:\PROGRA~1\Tivoli\TSM\db2\BIN>

Im lost on what to do here...any suggestions?
 

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