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IBM response to the case


IBM *Support*
Case awaiting your feedback; new message from IBM - TS016441832
10 June 2024, 06:51 AM CDT - Severity 3
Case Title
V7R5 partition gets QSYSOPR message for license key for 5770JS1
IBM Support Commented

Messages that have already started will continue until they reach the
expiration date to re-evaluate the license status.

-- Michael


Another wrinkle I thought of. It was licensed under S/N 21DC96W, then the
LPP went to free status, then we went to a power 10 S/N 7887FA1.

On Mon, Jun 10, 2024 at 8:07 AM Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

We were at 7.3 and getting license key expiration warnings for 5770JS1
Advanced Job Scheduler. Our IBM i is in the cloud and our provider
upgraded us to 7.5 over the weekend.

SI84894 reference here


was temporarily applied Saturday as part of the upgrade. We're still
getting the license warnings. The cloud provider has a case opened with

So, even though the messages about license expiration continue, there will
be no issue when that day comes, and IBM expects us to hold our collective
breath? If so, IBM really did drop the ball.

Has anyone here been through this, gone past the expiration date, and had
no issue? With 5770JS1 if applicable.



*Jeff Crosby*
Senior Vice President
UniPro FoodService/Dilgard
P.O. Box 13369
Ft. Wayne, IN 46868-3369

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