If you are in a LPAR environment you should be looking at processor pools. You are using more processors that you have a license for. Easily fixed, by insuring that the total processors used across all LPARs is equal to or less than your processor entitlements (your 57xx-SS1 feature 5051 on WRKLICINF). You can setup a processor pool, and assign the total licenses to that pool, and then make sure all partitions use that pool.
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Subject: IBM i Usage limit? what does this message mean?
Message ID . . . . . . : CPF9E7F
Date sent . . . . . . : 10/06/13 Time sent . . . . . . :
Message . . . . : IBM i usage limit exceeded - operator action required.
Cause . . . . . : The processor usage limit of 1 processors for product
5770SS1, license term V7, feature 5051 has been exceeded.
-- Current processor usage across all active IBM i partitions is 2.00.
-- Current processor usage for the local partition is 2.00.
Recovery . . . : The total processor usage count on all active IBM i
partitions includes the processor usage of all versions of IBM i.
Therefore, the processor usage limit must account for the total processor
count on all active IBM i partitions regardless of their respective version
of IBM i. Either change the system partition processing resources so they
do not exceed the usage limit or contact your IBM marketing representative
to purchase additional license entitlement and a new IBM i software license
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