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How can I get the DB2 version installed on the Red hat linux server ?.
Not the 'release.notes' file but the actual DB2 version installed on
the particular server. What is the command line syntax for it ?

Thanks.

Nov 12 '05 #1
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db2level

Larry Edelstein

cdunn wrote:
How can I get the DB2 version installed on the Red hat linux server ?.
Not the 'release.notes' file but the actual DB2 version installed on
the particular server. What is the command line syntax for it ?

Thanks.

Nov 12 '05 #2

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Ian
Larry wrote:
db2level

Larry Edelstein

cdunn wrote:
How can I get the DB2 version installed on the Red hat linux server ?.
Not the 'release.notes' file but the actual DB2 version installed on
the particular server. What is the command line syntax for it ?

Thanks.


Or, 'rpm -qa | grep db2'

Nov 12 '05 #3

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Thanks but this still does not give me the version name like
'Enterprise Edition' e.t.c.

Nov 12 '05 #4

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>>> How can I get the DB2 version installed on the Red hat linux server ?.
Not the 'release.notes' file but the actual DB2 version installed on
the particular server. What is the command line syntax for it ?

Thanks.


Or, 'rpm -qa | grep db2'

If you have multiple instances, and they could be running different versions
for each instance (alternate fixpaks), then you can use the db2ilist -a
command to show the version for each instance.

There is also a command to determine what level your DAS is running at
(daslist), but I am not sure where that program is located.

Obviously, this does not apply to Windows, since you can only run one
version of DB2 for Windows on a server (at least for now).
Nov 12 '05 #5

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"cdunn" <cx****@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Thanks but this still does not give me the version name like
'Enterprise Edition' e.t.c.

db2licm -l
Nov 12 '05 #6

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Thanks to all.............

Nov 12 '05 #7

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