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We have checked the perl module with the installed perl fileset on server and we have not found that mentioned perl module.
We have raised a case with IBM support for the installation of this perl module. As per IBM, perl is an opensource tool and need to check with IBM open source community for the requirement.
We have tried installing the latest rpm fileset from IBM AIX Linux toolbox, we have not find those requested module.
root@X92SA527QGX03DB(/)#rpm -qa | grep -i perl
root@X92SA527QGX03DB(/)#lslpp -l | grep perl
perl.libext 22.214.171.124 APPLIED Perl Library Extensions
perl.rte 126.96.36.199 COMMITTED Perl Version 5 Runtime
"The perl shipped with AIX in the perl.rte fileset is intended for sole use by the operating system. The AIX perl.rte will install in /usr/opt/perlN/ (where N is the version number) and create the symlink /usr/bin/perl. Operating system components rely on the specific level of perl shipped with the release. AIX does not migrate modules to this new version, since the modules are not tested by AIX. They are usually left on the system in a directory left over from the previous version.If users have installed modules to perl, they will need to reinstall these modules to the newer perl after an update, if they want to use the AIX perl. AIX cannot recommend that these modules be copied to the new AIX perl location, because they may not be supported by the new perl.rte version.NOTE: Users are always encouraged to use the latest perl RPM version available on the AIX Toolbox for Linux to ensure they are using the latest versions tested on AIX. Since this perl version will install to a different location, this also gives the user control over any perl updates which could impact their environment.
Issues and questions regarding Open Source provided by AIX are handled by the AIX Open Source Team in the forum:https://community.ibm.com/community/user/power/communities/community-home?CommunityKey=10c1d831-47ee-4d92-a138-b03f7896f7c9The AIX Open Source Team provides support through the forum, only. They answer questions, if possible, but they don't own the packages, or formally support them. For true expertise in usage of each package, users should consult the community for each respective package. For Perl communities, see the Perl Community page (Perl Monks is a popular community for Perl usage discussions)."