Dropping the MCS database for DB2 usersAdded by IBM on October 1, 2012 | Version 1 (Original)
|Use database commands to remove the Multi-Channel Server (MCS) database. (It might be necessary to delete the WebSphere® Application Server data source for the database prior to removing it.)
If you configured the data source for the MCS database, you must first perform the instructions provided in the topic Deleting the WebSphere Application Server data source for the MCS database
Perform the following steps to drop the MCS database.
See the DB2
® documentation for detailed information about these commands and their parameters.
Parent topic: Dropping the Multi-Channel Server (MCS) database
Deleting the WebSphere Application Server data source for the MCS database
- Log in to the DB2 database server as the DB2 instance user.
If you are logged in as root, run the following command to change to the DB2
is the administrative userid associated with the DB2
- Run the following command to ensure that the DB2 server is started:
- Run the following command to drop the MCS database.
is the name of the MCS database.