DB2/UDB EE version

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DB2/UDB EE version
How can I determine the version, etc of the DB2 installed on a UNIX system.

db2licm -v does not work on this system.
I get the message "ksh: db2licm: not found." when I execute db2licm -v

Is there some file where I can find this.

TIA
Carol Sutfin
Corporate DBA
AmSouth Bank
(205)326-5214 Fax:(205)326-5613
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Murali Kanaga

Re: DB2/UDB EE version
(in response to csutfin@AMSOUTH.COM)
db2licm -l

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> How can I determine the version, etc of the DB2 installed on
> a UNIX system.
>
> db2licm -v does not work on this system.
> I get the message "ksh: db2licm: not found." when I execute
> db2licm -v
>
> Is there some file where I can find this.
>
> TIA
> Carol Sutfin
> Corporate DBA
> AmSouth Bank
> (205)326-5214 Fax:(205)326-5613
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Tim Brocke

Re: DB2/UDB EE version
(in response to Murali Kanaga)
At the command prompt type db2level

Tim Brocke
Sr. Database Administrator
Navy Federal Credit Union
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Abhijit Sinha

Re: DB2/UDB EE version
(in response to Tim Brocke)
Try command: db2level

Abhijit

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How can I determine the version, etc of the DB2 installed on a UNIX system.

db2licm -v does not work on this system.
I get the message "ksh: db2licm: not found." when I execute db2licm -v

Is there some file where I can find this.

TIA
Carol Sutfin
Corporate DBA
AmSouth Bank
(205)326-5214 Fax:(205)326-5613
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Smit

Re: DB2/UDB EE version
(in response to Abhijit Sinha)
Carol,

You get a "not found" message that must mean that you
don't have an "instance-user" environment (wrong user). You
should give a db2licm command under the instance-user.

Cheers,

Robert E. Smit
ZeluS Support

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> How can I determine the version, etc of the DB2 installed on a UNIX
system.
>
> db2licm -v does not work on this system.
> I get the message "ksh: db2licm: not found." when I execute db2licm -v
>
> Is there some file where I can find this.
>
> TIA
> Carol Sutfin
> Corporate DBA
> AmSouth Bank
> (205)326-5214 Fax:(205)326-5613
> [login to unmask email]
>
>
>


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