• Subject: RE: How to determine process group (P05, P20, etc)??
  • From: "Bull, Jeff" <BullJ1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2001 17:10:03 -0000

Checkout your QGPL\QWCORDFEAT *DTAARA (is available in v4r3, others ?) -
details processor and interactive feature.

The System Handbook (GA19 5486) has some of the Processor Groups in 'Summary
of all Earlier Models', but I can not find that same information on the
current models !  Though my handbook is probably out of date (August 1999).

Kind regards,
Jeff Bull.
Senior Support Consultant
Certified IBM AS/400 System Administrator
Midas Kapiti International Ltd

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-----Original Message-----
From: Shea, David [mailto:DShea@arctools.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2001 4:02 PM
To: 'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
Subject: How to determine process group (P05, P20, etc)??


Does anyone know how to (easily) determine the processor group?  I know that
there are system values for processor feature (which is only marginally
useful, since it doesn't include the interactive feature).  I am also aware
that there is the WRKLICINF command which will show you the processor group
on the screen.  But... is there an EASY way to get it for software licensing
purposes?  Since WRKLICINF takes several seconds to process, I can't see
using that approach.  It's in there _somewhere_, since WRKLICINF can figure
it out.  Woulda been nice if IBM made it a system value.

Any ideas?

Thanks.
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