Are there any differences in the Common Services messages output after EXPIRY1 and EXPIRY2?
OS : z/OS
Release : 15.0
Component : CA Resource Initialization Manager(CAIRIM)
Message output transitions in cases where LMPKEY is set as follows;
PROD(xx) DATE(31DEC24) CPU(*SITE*-/12345678) LMPCODE(IAPFUMB4H7GQIOAA)
(Ex0) CAIRIMU command execution result
CAS9087I Prod (xx) viols|warns/stat(000/N) Warnstart(Sun, 08-Dec-2024)
CAS9088I Expiry1(Wed, 08-Jan-2025) Expiry2(Fri, 07-Feb-2025)
CAS9123I Product name(xxxxxxxx )
(Ex1) The messages output until the day of EXPIRY1
CAS9182A, CAS9012A and CAS9013A
(Ex2) The messages output after EXPIRY1
CAS9181A, CAS9180E, CAS9012A and CAS9013A
After EXPIRY1 (the expiry date), the product may still work, albeit outputting error messages, but the license agreement will be in no state.
(Ex3) The messages output after EXPIRY2
CAS9180E, CAS9012A and CAS9013A
The product may continue to work with error messages from EXPIRY 2 onwards (expiry date), but the license agreement will be in a no-license state.
(Ex4) Executing CAS9 on an LMPKEY with a date past EXPIRY1,2 will result in a CAS9125E message
CAS9115I - Input: PROD(xx) DATE(31DEC24) CPU(*SITE*-/12345678)
CAS9125E - Invalid data: Key tampering detected or transcription error
<The other messages related to expired licenses are as follows>
CAS9012A nnnn LICENSE WARNINGS/VIOLATIONS ON CPU @@@@@@
CAS9013A PRODUCT xx ABOUT TO EXPIRE OR IS EXPIRED AND IS IN USE
CAS9180E - CPU @@@@@@ REQUIRES A LMP KEY TO RUN PRODUCT (xx) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
*CAS9181A - ENFORCEMENT POSTPONED DUE TO xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
*CAS9182A - WARNING: LMP KEY PRODUCT (xx) xxxxxxxxxxxxx EXPIRES IN $$$ DAYS
*** Messages marked with * are high-intensity messages
After Expiry 1 and Expiry 2, please stop using the product as soon as possible and obtain a new LMP key with sufficient validity.