When does the LMP Key expiration warning message normally start to appear?


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When does the LMP Key expiration warning message normally start to appear?



When an LMP Key is generated by the CA Global Support Center, the expiration warning message can be set to appear when a specified number of days are remaining in the license agreement.  The standard value is 30 days.  However, this value can be adjusted by the CA Global Support Center

The CAS9182A message is produced in the SYSLOG at the specified time and counts down the number of days until the LMP Key expiration.  The format and description of the message are shown below.



WARNING: LMP key Prod (xx) xxxxxxxxxxxxx expires in $$$ days.



Your CA LMP licensing agreement for this product is about to expire, where xx is the CA solution licensed to run on this CPU and $$$ is the number of days remaining in the license agreement.


Release: CA90SV00200-14.1-Common Services-for z/OS