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SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic AWSEMI315E zPDTA License Unavailable for CPUs

‏2012-12-17T13:30:26Z |
Hi,

We got the below message.

Sun Dec 16 12:13:59 ibmsys1@amozpdt01:/z1>zPDTA Init Check Time=12:12:17: 0:41:54(YY:MM:DD:hh:mm:ss)zPDTA Current Time =12:12:17: 0:49: 0(YY:MM:DD:hh:mm:ss)
AWSEMI144I zPDT License Check:Invalid License
AWSEMI318W zPDTA Heartbeat Missing for CPU 0
AWSEMI315E zPDTA License Unavailable for CPU 0
OPRMSG: *00 IGF957A MANUALLY STOP PROCESSOR(00) SO THAT ACR CAN PROCEED. REPLY U WHEN THE STOP HAS BEEN PERFORMED
OPRMSG: Beep!
OPRMSG: PROMPT: R 00,
zPDTA Init Check Time=12:12:17: 0:41:54(YY:MM:DD:hh:mm:ss)zPDTA Current Time =12:12:17: 1: 9: 2(YY:MM:DD:hh:mm:ss)
AWSEMI144I zPDT License Check:Server Probably Not Up
AWSEMI318W zPDTA Heartbeat Missing for CPU 1
AWSEMI315E zPDTA License Unavailable for CPU 1
USB is plugged in. now system is not coming up.

Mon Dec 17 07:50:10 ibmsys1@amozpdt01:/z1>./krunzpdt2.sh
stopping previous instance
AWSSTP002E 1090 is not running
kill: 9385: No such process
IBM System z Personal Development Tool (zPDT)
Licensed Materials - Property of IBM
5799-ADE
(C) Copyright IBM Corp. 2007 All Rights Reserved.

z1090, version 1-2.41.23.01, build date - 09/20/10 for Linux on SuSE 64bit

AWSSTA014I Map file name specified: ./kaprof2
AWSRAS181I 2 Snapdump incident(s), RAS trace and RAS log files occupy 284768257 bytes in /home/ibmsys1/z1090/logs
AWSRAS182I Associated files, logs and core files occupy 633120 bytes in /home/ibmsys1/z1090/logs
AWSSTA204I zPDT started in directory '/z1'.
AWSSTA146I Starting independent 1090 instance 'ibmsys1'
OSA code level = 0x4101

AWSEMI315E zPDTA License Unavailable for CPU 0
AWSEMI315E zPDTA License Unavailable for CPU 1
AWSDSA010I AWSOSA is ready for chpid: 0xA0 device: 0x400
AWSDSA010I AWSOSA is ready for chpid: 0xA0 device: 0x401
AWSDSA010I AWSOSA is ready for chpid: 0xA0 device: 0x402
AWSDSA010I AWSOSA is ready for chpid: 0xF0 device: 0x404
AWSDSA010I AWSOSA is ready for chpid: 0xF0 device: 0x405
AWSDSA010I AWSOSA is ready for chpid: 0xF0 device: 0x406
AWSSTA059I System initialization complete
AWSSTA012I All configured subsystems started
Rational Unit Test started
CPU 0, No Sentinel License Available 304 No License Available CPU 1, No Sentinel License Available 304 No License Available End of zPDTA Status display
nohup x3270 -model 4 localhost:3270 &
nohup: redirecting stderr to stdout
ipl a80 parm 0a82zw for warmstart
Mon Dec 17 07:50:54 ibmsys1@amozpdt01:/z1>token
CPU 0, No Sentinel License Available 304
No License Available
CPU 1, No Sentinel License Available 304
No License Available
End of zPDTA Status display
We dint get any alert that over license going to expire.
Could you please let us know.
how this license check initated

Sun Dec 16 12:13:59 ibmsys1@amozpdt01:/z1>zPDTA Init Check Time=12:12:17: 0:41:54(YY:MM:DD:hh:mm:ss)zPDTA Current Time =12:12:17: 0:49: 0(YY:MM:DD:hh:mm:ss)
AWSEMI144I zPDT License Check:Invalid License

and how to find the license is valid or invalid.

Regards,
Updated on 2012-12-24T09:02:00Z at 2012-12-24T09:02:00Z by SystemAdmin
  • keithvb
    keithvb
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    Re: AWSEMI315E zPDTA License Unavailable for CPUs

    ‏2012-12-21T19:37:46Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    Hello,

    Built into zPDT (RDzD&T) the expiration date is known and if the date is within the last 30days, you should receive warning messages that your license is about to expire.

    From your text, It appears that the licenses on your token have expired. If that is the case you will have to use the appropriate method to obtain a new license file and update your token. If you do not know how to get an updated token license, post here again and someone will get you that information.

    To assist in debugging your token , I would suggest you use the following simple devmap what contains no device statement. Do not run it using your automated script - just run if from the command line. You will not need any 3270 device.

    1. With a non-root id to run your instance, with your PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH setup
    2. Put the following it a file . I will call it devmap.1
    system
    memory 1048m
    processors 0001
    3. Start up your z instance by : awsstart <path_to_your_devmap>/devmap.1 ie : awsstart ./devmap.1
    If your token license is working , I expect your would see:
    IBM System z Personal Development Tool (zPDT)
    Licensed Materials - Property of IBM
    5799-ADE
    (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 2007 All Rights Reserved.

    z1090, version 1-2.41.23.01, build date - 09/20/10 for Linux on SuSE 64bit

    AWSSTA014I Map file name specified: ./devmap.1
    AWSSTA204I zPDT started in directory '/home/kwork2/run'. << this is where I started my z instance
    AWSSTA146I Starting independent 1090 instance 'kwork2' << this is the id I used
    AWSEMI314I CPU 0 zPDTA License Obtained
    AWSSTA059I System initialization complete
    AWSSTA012I All configured subsystems started

    4. Please run the above procedure and provide all the resulting output

    Regards,
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: AWSEMI315E zPDTA License Unavailable for CPUs

    ‏2012-12-24T09:02:00Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    Thanks. I had doubt on the USB.I told the team to unplug and plug the USB. System came up.