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We would like to have TSAMP qualified for Centos 7.4 and later.
Based on DB2 AESE Compatibility Report - https://www.ibm.com/software/reports/compatibility/clarity-reports/report/html/softwareReqsForProduct?deliverableId=3AF321105FF411E6865BC3F213DB63F7&osPlatforms=Linux&duComponentIds=S010|S004|S015|S008|S009|S011|S005|S013|S003|A001|A006|A014|A007|A002|A016|A012&mandatoryCapIds=183|25&optionalCapIds=30|341|47|17|1|131|20|28 - it appears DB2 supports Centos 7.4 however TSAMP does not. This does bring about an interesting point that TSAMP and DB2 support are not in sync, perhaps that's a point for the future as well.
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