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Getting SQLSTATE 54010 error while upgrading to Pega 7.1.7



Administrator was upgrading from PRPC 6.2 SP2 single schema to Pega 7.1.7 split schema  in DB2 LUW.  Admin user was using the Windows machine for connecting to DB2 DB Server. After running for little over 2 minutes, they got a database error and their database administrator believes its hitting the pagesize limit of 4K and we do not have any control from the script to create/alter tables for a larger values such as 8K, 16K or 32K.

Error Messages

[java] WARNING: Failed to execute SQL in file udb01640.sql
[java] Feb 04, 2015 10:27:09 AM com.pega.pegarules.install.SQLLoader writeMessage
[java] WARNING: Statement: ALTER TABLE DBRE71.pr_index_customfields ADD pxCommitDateTime TIMESTAMP ADD pyGalleryType VARCHAR(64)
[java] DB2 SQL Error: SQLCODE=-670, SQLSTATE=54010, SQLERRMC=4005;BRE_DATA_4K, DRIVER=3.63.75

Steps to Reproduce

Run the Installation and Upgrade Assistant tool by providing all the database connection details.

Root Cause

The reported error indicate an issue with page size - DB2 SQL Error: SQLCODE=-670, SQLSTATE=54010, SQLERRMC=4005;BRE_DATA_4K, DRIVER=3.63.75

Refer IBM links -  and

Recommended buffer pool and tablespace page size = 32KB


Suggested administrator to move the tablespace to 32K tablespace.

Refer PDN articles - and

Published January 31, 2016 - Updated October 8, 2020

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