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mbajat Absent Member.
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Hello,

i have Version     of Server for COBOL 64-bit Edition 
I have licenses for AIX 6.1
I bought 10 licenses.
I always used 9 licenses. Installed Sys --------- --- ------ In Use
/ opt / microfocus / Cobol 10 0 9 64-bit Server Express (Model 2)
I will wish to free them but I can not.
What command do?
I tried the command
# / opt / microfocus / sx51WP6 / lmf / k lmfgetpv
This changes nothing.
Could you help me to release these licenses?
thank you,

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RE: license

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The licenses would be in use when compiling an application, or when animating a COBOL application. If this is not the case, it is possible that the licenses could still be listed as checked out in shared memory. A reboot would the quckest way to resolve this, considering this is not likely to be a production system.

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RE: license

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The licenses would be in use when compiling an application, or when animating a COBOL application. If this is not the case, it is possible that the licenses could still be listed as checked out in shared memory. A reboot would the quckest way to resolve this, considering this is not likely to be a production system.

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