Looking for a downlevel install file

Harold Pritchett

Looking for a downlevel install file
I need to do some testing of my upgrade path from db2exc 9.5.0 32 bit to db2exc 9.7.1 64 bit.

To to this, I need to find a copy of the install file for db2exc 9.5.0 64 bit. I can't find it on the IBM download site since they only seem to have the 9.7.1 versions.

I need the file for 64 bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The name of the 32 bit file I have is db2exc_950_LNX_x86.tar.gz. I need the matching 64 bit file.

Thanks for any help.

Harold

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Philip Gunning

Re: Looking for a downlevel install file
(in response to Harold Pritchett)
You should still have 9.5 available via your Passport Advantage account, I
have both 9.5 and 9.7 still available. That isn't the support site, but your
organizations Passport Advantage account. Usually, one or two people in an
organization have access to this online. You should be able to download what
you need from there. Here is a link:

http://www-01.ibm.com/software/howtobuy/passportadvantage/

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Subject: [DB2-L] Looking for a downlevel install file

I need to do some testing of my upgrade path from db2exc 9.5.0 32 bit to
db2exc 9.7.1 64 bit.

To to this, I need to find a copy of the install file for db2exc 9.5.0 64
bit. I can't find it on the IBM download site since they only seem to have
the 9.7.1 versions.

I need the file for 64 bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The name of the 32 bit
file I have is db2exc_950_LNX_x86.tar.gz. I need the matching 64 bit file.

Thanks for any help.

Harold

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Harold Pritchett

Re: Looking for a downlevel install file
(in response to Philip Gunning)
Phil Gunning wrote:
> You should still have 9.5 available via your Passport Advantage account, I
> have both 9.5 and 9.7 still available. That isn't the support site, but your
> organizations Passport Advantage account. Usually, one or two people in an
> organization have access to this online. You should be able to download what
> you need from there. Here is a link:
>
> http://www-01.ibm.com/software/howtobuy/passportadvantage/

Unfortunately, IBM will not provide down level downloads unless you have a
service agreement.

They did say I could get it from a business partner who I do business with.
Thanks a lot!

Any other ideas?

Thanks

Harold

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