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RE: A question about license on Solaris.



>
> Dear all,
>
> This is a question not related about redhat.  However, maybe someone who
> familar with Solaris here can help me. Thx a lot in advance.
>
> I installed f77 and C++ (version 4.0) on Solaris 9.0, and also the
> license of all products. License file
> /etc/opt/licenses/licenses_combined was created by LIC_CONFIG_SCRIPT
> correctly.
>
> The following command use to check if the licenses were installed
> correctly.
>
> (1).
>
> #cd /etc/opt/licenses
> #lmver lmgrd
>
> lmver - Copyright (C) 1989-1994 Globetrotter Software, Inc.
> FLEXlm Copyright 1988-1994, Globetrotter Software, Inc.0
> FLEXlm 4.1 (lmgr_s.a), Copyright (C) 1988, 1993 Globetrotter Software,
> Inc.
> FLEXLM_TEXT
>
> (2)
>
> lmstat - Copyright (C) 1989-1994 Globetrotter Software, Inc.
> Flexible License Manager status on Tue 3/9/104 00:37
>
> License server status (License file:
> /etc/opt/licenses/licenses_combined):
>
> airquality: license server UP (MASTER)
>
> Vendor daemon status (on airquality.kjist.ac.kr):
>
>   suntechd: Cannot connect to license server (-15,12:146) Connection
> refused
>
> I am wondering how to solve this problem. pls. help!
>
> Thx.
>
> Z. He
>

Hi.
It sounds like your flexlm isn't starting your license  correctly.  It's
been awhile since I've dealt with flexlm ,but I believe in the config file
you have defined an entry for your compiler licenses (evidently suntechd).
and it's not starting for some reason.  I think you can look in the flexlm
file and see what command it is trying to run.  See if you can run it
manually.   Something like that .  I'm sorry it's been awhlie since I've
dealt with Solaris and flexlm . But I would start by looking at the flexlm
and suntech config files  (/etc/opt/licenses/licenses_combined looks like a
good place to start)


Ben




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