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I need to find out what version of MQ running on my server, but I dont see any folders like /usr/mqm or /usr/lpp/mqm, OS is AIX 5.3 L
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Use the dspmqver command or lslpp "mqm.*"

# dspmqver
Name:        WebSphere MQ
Version:     6.0.2.3
CMVC level:  p600-203-080123
BuildType:   IKAP - (Production)

# lslpp -l mqm.*
  Fileset                      Level  State      Description
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Path: /usr/lib/objrepos
  mqm.base.runtime           6.0.2.3  COMMITTED  WebSphere MQ Runtime for
                                                 Client and Server
  mqm.base.samples           6.0.2.3  COMMITTED  WebSphere MQ Samples
  mqm.base.sdk               6.0.2.3  COMMITTED  WebSphere MQ Base Kit for
                                                 Client and Server
  mqm.client.rte             6.0.2.3  COMMITTED  WebSphere MQ Client for AIX
  mqm.java.rte               6.0.2.3  COMMITTED  WebSphere MQ Java Client, JMS
                                                 and SOAP support
  mqm.keyman.rte             6.0.2.3  COMMITTED  WebSphere MQ Support for GSKit
  mqm.msg.en_US              6.0.2.3  COMMITTED  WebSphere MQ Messages - U.S.
                                                 English
  mqm.server.rte             6.0.2.3  COMMITTED  WebSphere MQ Server

Path: /etc/objrepos
  mqm.base.runtime           6.0.2.3  COMMITTED  WebSphere MQ Runtime for
                                                 Client and Server

Path: /usr/share/lib/objrepos
  mqm.man.en_US.data         6.0.2.3  COMMITTED  WebSphere MQ Man Pages - U.S.
                                                 English
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Thanks that was perfect
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