This is apar IY07219. The fix is shipped with 6.01, and has also been
an efix from support since the first of the year.
Notes from the original posting of the problem:
Flash for NetView Y2k issue documented in APAR IY07219.
Users affected: Any NetView for Unix user that uses nvColToSQL to convert
flat file data into a
SQL database or any user of NetView Tivoli Decision Support Guides. This is
a service down situation.
Resolution: An efix has been coded for IY07219 and is available by
IMPORTANT: This fix repairs the conversion process to ensure data integrity
transferred AFTER installation of the fix. Data converted after the year
and before the installation
of this fix must be deleted from the relational database using the
command and reconverted
from the existing flat files in /usr/OV/databases/snmpCollect. These files
not deleted when converted
to the relational database so they are still available to be converted
correctly, using the repaired
== == == == ==
Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
Leonid.Golstein@firstname.lastname@example.org on 08/24/2000 11:06:03 AM
Please respond to IBM NetView Discussion <email@example.com>
Sent by: firstname.lastname@example.org
To: IBM NetView Discussion <email@example.com>
Subject: [NV-L] Millenium Bug in colData
My NetView-System is NetView 6.0, SPARC Solaris 7, Oracle 7.3.4,
I copy my snmpCollect-Data with the Program nvColToSQL to the Oracle-DB.
I make the following query:
select collectTime from ColData where collectTime Between ... and ...
In the field collectTime (table collData) I see 1900 (instead from 2000)
Can I fix this bug with any patch ?
Gruesse - Best regards
GE Capital IT Solutions / GE CompuNet Computer AG
European Information Management, Europe
Europaring 34-40, 50170 Kerpen, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 2273 / 597-259, Fax: +49 (0) 2273 / 597-570, Mobile: +49 (0)
E-Mail : Leonid.Golstein @ gecits-eu.com
This email is confidential. If you are not the intended recipient,
you must not disclose or use the information contained in it.
If you have received this mail in error, please tell us
immediately by return email and delete the document.
NV-L List information and Archives: http://www.tkg.com/nv-l