View Full Version : QMGPDATA, QMPGLIB, & QUPGRADE ?
07-23-2002, 09:43 AM
If you are sure that you are not using Performance Management your safest bet is to delete the licensed program rather than just removing the library. You might also want to delete the S/36 licensed programs if they are not being used. The S/36 licensed programs are often installed by default. Dave
07-23-2002, 09:49 AM
Thanks for the reply, Dave. Do you know where I could go to check the PM/400 status ? Is there a menu or some command that I could use to interact with the product? I feel certain that we are not using PM/400, but I'd like to check it out anyway. Martin
07-24-2002, 02:33 AM
If you are in charge of your shop you would know. PM can collect data, and issue reports on that data. If you've not seen any of these reports, you are probably not using PM. PM can also communicate with IBM. IBM will report back any abnormal condition. They do this to sell you more memory and disk storage. If you have had no such communication, you are probably not using PM/400. Type GO LICPGM and press ENTER, and then select the option to Delete a Licensed Program to stop the PM/400 daily messages, and to delete the product. Dave
07-25-2002, 05:10 AM
I have a need to free up some disk space. I ran RTVDSKINV/PRTDSKINF & found the libraries QMPGDATA & QMPGLIB out there with a fair amount of space tied up in them. I presume that I can simply uninstall the (5769PM1) Performance Management/400 licensed program & it will remove these libraries ? QUPGRADE was from a PTF we installed whenever we were still on our CISC box; it doesn't show up on the display licensed programs screen. It was the upgarde tool that helped you get from CISC to RISC (which we are now on). Can I simply delete the QUPGRADE library or shoud I try & remove the PTF that it was installed with ? Anybody know what the PTF # was (the product is called Upgrade Assistant & Enhanced Upgrade Assistant, you get to it by GO UPGRADE & GO UPGRADE2) TIA, Martin
07-25-2002, 05:10 AM
Thanks for your help, Dave.
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