I heard about software that disables the IBM limit (governor job) when you use too much CPU time with interactive jobs. Is it possible? If there is such a software, could you tell me the company and the software name?
I have heard of the product you mentioned. I believe the product has been sold to a company other than the company who originally developed it. This is a product that is designed to beat IBM software protection.
As much as everyone dislikes IBM's policy of putting governors on the CPU, we agreed to certain terms and conditions when we bought IBM's products. The use of this product will put your company in a legal violation of your agreements with IBM. The developer of this product, to the best of my knowledge, will not reveal his identity and IBM has successfully disabled this product thru the use of PTFs, only to have the developers of this product make another end run around those protections.
This is a cat and mouse game that will likely continue for some time. If your company is willing to violate the legal and ethical issues by using this product, then you should also consider the impact on your business when IBM is again successful at disabling this software or putting them out of business.
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