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a.damnjan
a.damnjan
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Pinned topic Licensing terms re cores and memory

‏2014-04-28T19:12:23Z |

 

The license terms seem to imply (in Program-unique Terms/Usage Restrictions/Resources) that it is up to the user to constrain DB2 to use a maximum of 2 cores:

"A maximum of 2 processor cores may be made available to the Program across all instances of the Program in each physical or virtual server."

What does it really mean for us? Does that mean that in order to run on a quad-core Intel CPU we have to set up a virtual machine? Is that enough?

 

The 16 GB capability is out of bounds according to the license. 

" The Program may use up to a maximum of 4 GB of memory across all instances of the Program in each physical or virtual server."

Are we responsible for ensuring this?