Check if my system is compatible with the DB2 Server

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I need to check if my system is compatible with the DB2 Server. How do I do that?
Mar 20, 2019 in Database by Kiran
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Before installing DB2 Server, you need to verify if your system is compatible with the DB2 server. For confirming the compatibility, you need to call 'db2prereqcheck' command on command console.

answered Mar 20, 2019 by Lindsy

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