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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: DB2 Evaluation - SQL8017W

    We installed an existing copy of our DB2 EE product from one of our test machines on another to evaluate the improvement we could see by using new hardware. Does the below warning prevent DB2 from using the additional processors? I know we'll have to take the appropriate action to correct the license. We just want to evaluate the new hardware at this time. Thanks in advance for your assistance.


    SQL8017W The number of processors on this machine exceeds the defined
    entitlement of "1" for the product "DB2 Enterprise Edition". The number of
    processors on this machine is "6". You should purchase additional processor
    entitlements from your IBM representative or authorized dealer and update your
    license using the License Center or the db2licm command line utility. For more
    information on updating processor licenses, refer to the Quick Beginnings
    manual for your platform. For more information on the db2licm utility, refer
    to the DB2 Command Reference.

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    Re: DB2 Evaluation - SQL8017W

    AFAIK, NO

    Originally posted by cbraam
    We installed an existing copy of our DB2 EE product from one of our test machines on another to evaluate the improvement we could see by using new hardware. Does the below warning prevent DB2 from using the additional processors? I know we'll have to take the appropriate action to correct the license. We just want to evaluate the new hardware at this time. Thanks in advance for your assistance.


    SQL8017W The number of processors on this machine exceeds the defined
    entitlement of "1" for the product "DB2 Enterprise Edition". The number of
    processors on this machine is "6". You should purchase additional processor
    entitlements from your IBM representative or authorized dealer and update your
    license using the License Center or the db2licm command line utility. For more
    information on updating processor licenses, refer to the Quick Beginnings
    manual for your platform. For more information on the db2licm utility, refer
    to the DB2 Command Reference.

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