How can I check for EEE OR EE

Mathai Joy

How can I check for EEE OR EE
I have two servers in AIX and one in NT to support.
Someone said they are have UDB installed. I have
noticed that they are all have UDB 7.1. Now, I have to
find out which one have EEE installed. Can anybody
tell me how to check for EEE.

Thanks,

Mathai Joy

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Fabrizio Napolitano

Re: How can I check for EEE OR EE
(in response to Mathai Joy)
Hi,

Not so sure but you can try:
db2set -all
if it's a EEE you should find this string.
[g] DB2_EEE_LICENSE_POLICY=............

an other way you can try is to run
db2 list tablespaces
even if your not connected to any db in a EEE environment you should get
this message:

DB21011I In a partitioned database server environment, only the table
spaces on the current node are listed.

HOpe this helps
Fabrizio

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From: Mathai Joy
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Subject: How can I check for EEE OR EE

I have two servers in AIX and one in NT to support.
Someone said they are have UDB installed. I have
noticed that they are all have UDB 7.1. Now, I have to
find out which one have EEE installed. Can anybody
tell me how to check for EEE.

Thanks,

Mathai Joy

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Shashi B Mannepalli

Re: How can I check for EEE OR EE
(in response to Fabrizio Napolitano)
Try this command...

db2licm -l ...this will tell you whether you are using EE or EEE...

Thanks
SHASHI B MANNEPALLI
DB2 UDB ADMINISTRATION
703-760-2746



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Hi,

Not so sure but you can try:
db2set -all
if it's a EEE you should find this string.
[g] DB2_EEE_LICENSE_POLICY=............

an other way you can try is to run
db2 list tablespaces
even if your not connected to any db in a EEE environment you should get
this message:

DB21011I In a partitioned database server environment, only the table
spaces on the current node are listed.

HOpe this helps
Fabrizio

-----Original Message-----
From: Mathai Joy
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Sent: 26/12/01 17.26
Subject: How can I check for EEE OR EE

I have two servers in AIX and one in NT to support.
Someone said they are have UDB installed. I have
noticed that they are all have UDB 7.1. Now, I have to
find out which one have EEE installed. Can anybody
tell me how to check for EEE.

Thanks,

Mathai Joy

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Debra Roberts

Re: How can I check for EEE OR EE
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You're awesome, Shashi! Hey -- don't forget to call me about the Sybase
position. Id definitely have someone.

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Try this command...

db2licm -l ...this will tell you whether you are using EE or EEE...

Thanks
SHASHI B MANNEPALLI
DB2 UDB ADMINISTRATION
703-760-2746



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Hi,

Not so sure but you can try:
db2set -all
if it's a EEE you should find this string.
[g] DB2_EEE_LICENSE_POLICY=............

an other way you can try is to run
db2 list tablespaces
even if your not connected to any db in a EEE environment you should get
this message:

DB21011I In a partitioned database server environment, only the table
spaces on the current node are listed.

HOpe this helps
Fabrizio

-----Original Message-----
From: Mathai Joy
To: [login to unmask email]
Sent: 26/12/01 17.26
Subject: How can I check for EEE OR EE

I have two servers in AIX and one in NT to support.
Someone said they are have UDB installed. I have
noticed that they are all have UDB 7.1. Now, I have to
find out which one have EEE installed. Can anybody
tell me how to check for EEE.

Thanks,

Mathai Joy

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