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Cannot Connect to DB2 Database

Cannot Connect to DB2 Database

Cannot Connect to DB2 Database

Running three Databases on the following DB2 Instance:
(this is on a Windows 2003 Enterprise edition Server)

C:\>db2level DB21085I  Instance "DB2" uses "32" bits and DB2 code release "SQL08028" with
level identifier "03090106".
Informational tokens are "DB2 v8.1.15.254", "s070720", "WR21383", and FixPak "15".

C:\db2licm -l on
Product Name                            = "DB2 Workgroup Server Edition"
Product Identifier                      = "DB2WSE"
Version Information                     = "8.2"
Expiry Date                             = "Permanent"
Concurrent User Policy                  = "Disabled"
Registered User Policy                  = "Disabled"
Enforcement Policy                      = "Soft Stop"
Number of processors                    = "1"
Number of licensed processors           = "4"
Annotation                              = ""
Other information                       =

This instance of DB2 has been running fine and we have not made any changes to Fixpack level etc...   
This morning we cannot connect to any of the databases in the Instance.
Getting the following error:

IBM][CLI Driver] SQL1091C  The release number of the database is
not valid.  SQLSTATE=08004

When I google this error it is usually an error that occurs after a fixpack update when the databases aren't migrated properly..   Did our license expire or something??    

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