connects to db2 database instance/alias "stgndv2" user "pmserver" using password "xxxxxxx"

db2 CONNECT TO stgndv2 USER pmserver USING ********
db2 => ? connect CONNECT [USER username [{USING password [NEW new-password CONFIRM confirm-password] | CHANGE PASSWORD}]] CONNECT RESET CONNECT TO database-alias [IN {SHARE MODE | EXCLUSIVE MODE [ON SINGLE DBPARTITIONNUM]}] [USER username [{USING password [NEW new-password CONFIRM confirm-password] | CHANGE PASSWORD}]]
Sample Output
iw401:owdev:/owdev>db2 CONNECT TO stgndv2 USER pmserver USING inform01
 
 Database Connection Information
 
 Database server        = DB2/AIX64 9.1.9
 SQL authorization ID   = PMSERVER
 Local database alias   = STGNDV2

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2012-06-07 18:55:47
DB2

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