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remove DB2 Connect Server ?

Hi,

I have installed DB2 9.5 directly from FP1 on Windows in custom mode with
COMP=CONNECT_SUPPORT. I then added my DB2 Server license.

I am surprise that db2licm refers to a DB2 Connect Server. Is there a way to
remove the product I have never installed ?

db2licm -l
Product name: "DB2 Enterprise Server Edition"
License type: "CPU Option"
Expiry date: "Permanent"
Product identifier: "db2ese"
Version information: "9.5"
Enforcement policy: "Soft Stop"
Features:
.....
Product name: "DB2 Connect Server"
Expiry date: "Expired"
Product identifier: "db2consv"
Version information: "9.5"
Concurrent connect user policy: "Disabled"
Enforcement policy: "Soft Stop"

Thanks,

Jean-Marc

Aug 31 '08 #1
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Hi,
>
I have installed DB2 9.5 directly from FP1 on Windows in custom mode with
COMP=CONNECT_SUPPORT. I then added my DB2 Server license.

I am surprise that db2licm refers to a DB2 Connect Server. Is there a wayto
remove the product I have never installed ?

db2licm -l
Product name: * * * * * * * * * * "DB2 Enterprise Server Edition"
License type: * * * * * * * * * * "CPU Option"
Expiry date: * * * * * * * * * * *"Permanent"
Product identifier: * * * * * * * "db2ese"
Version information: * * * * * * *"9.5"
Enforcement policy: * * * * * * * "Soft Stop"
Features:
....
Product name: * * * * * * * * * * "DB2 Connect Server"
Expiry date: * * * * * * * * * * *"Expired"
Product identifier: * * * * * * * "db2consv"
Version information: * * * * * * *"9.5"
Concurrent connect user policy: * "Disabled"
Enforcement policy: * * * * * * * "Soft Stop"

Thanks,

Jean-Marc
Try this:

db2licm -r db2consv

Hope this will help.

Sincerely,
Mark B.
Sep 1 '08 #2
Hi Mark,

Thanks, but db2licm -r db2consv gives: LIC1417N The license specified
could not be removed from the nodelock file. The return code is "-216".
Check that the license for this product exists in the nodelock file.

regedit shows in Hkey_Local_Machine....\DB2\db2 entreprise server edition,
but I don't have db2 connect server edition.

So where does this comes from ?

Regards,

JM
<4.****@mail.ruwrote in message
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Hi,

I have installed DB2 9.5 directly from FP1 on Windows in custom mode with
COMP=CONNECT_SUPPORT. I then added my DB2 Server license.

I am surprise that db2licm refers to a DB2 Connect Server. Is there a way
to
remove the product I have never installed ?

db2licm -l
Product name: "DB2 Enterprise Server Edition"
License type: "CPU Option"
Expiry date: "Permanent"
Product identifier: "db2ese"
Version information: "9.5"
Enforcement policy: "Soft Stop"
Features:
....
Product name: "DB2 Connect Server"
Expiry date: "Expired"
Product identifier: "db2consv"
Version information: "9.5"
Concurrent connect user policy: "Disabled"
Enforcement policy: "Soft Stop"

Thanks,

Jean-Marc
Try this:

db2licm -r db2consv

Hope this will help.

Sincerely,
Mark B.
Sep 1 '08 #3
>
Thanks, but *db2licm -r db2consv gives: LIC1417N *The license specified
could not be removed from the nodelock file. *The return code is "-216"..
Check that the license for this product exists in the nodelock file.
Hi Jean-Marc,

Sorry, indeed you can't remove expired license.
Workaround may be:
1. db2stop
2. Adjust your system clock at some point in past when this license
was still trial.
3. db2licm -r db2consv
Sincerely,
Mark B.

Sep 2 '08 #4
Jean-Marc Blaise wrote:
Hi Mark,

Thanks, but db2licm -r db2consv gives: LIC1417N The license specified
could not be removed from the nodelock file. The return code is "-216".
Check that the license for this product exists in the nodelock file.

regedit shows in Hkey_Local_Machine....\DB2\db2 entreprise server edition,
but I don't have db2 connect server edition.

So where does this comes from ?
You sure you've never installed it before? Have you checked Add/Remove
programs for it?

If it's not there, look for the db2consv.lvl file in your sqllib - and
remove it.
Sep 2 '08 #5
Hi Mark,

Thanks a lot ! Your procedure is working :-)

Thanks again,

JM

<4.****@mail.ruwrote in message
news:2f**********************************@y21g2000 hsf.googlegroups.com...
>
Thanks, but db2licm -r db2consv gives: LIC1417N The license specified
could not be removed from the nodelock file. The return code is "-216".
Check that the license for this product exists in the nodelock file.
Hi Jean-Marc,

Sorry, indeed you can't remove expired license.
Workaround may be:
1. db2stop
2. Adjust your system clock at some point in past when this license
was still trial.
3. db2licm -r db2consv
Sincerely,
Mark B.
Sep 2 '08 #6
Hi Darin,

Yes I am positive, I have never installed it before. The db2consv.lvl is not
there either.

If you install DB2 9.5 GA, then apply FP1, you get ESE product. If you
install from scratch ESE from FP1 (and really click on Entreprise Server
Edition), you end up with this db2consv product license that shows up as
expired.

Regards,

JM

"Darin McBride" <dm******@naboo.to.org.no.spam.for.mewrote in message
news:GKcvk.244127$gc5.11126@pd7urf2no...
Jean-Marc Blaise wrote:
>Hi Mark,

Thanks, but db2licm -r db2consv gives: LIC1417N The license specified
could not be removed from the nodelock file. The return code is "-216".
Check that the license for this product exists in the nodelock file.

regedit shows in Hkey_Local_Machine....\DB2\db2 entreprise server
edition,
but I don't have db2 connect server edition.

So where does this comes from ?

You sure you've never installed it before? Have you checked Add/Remove
programs for it?

If it's not there, look for the db2consv.lvl file in your sqllib - and
remove it.

Sep 2 '08 #7

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