Starts the license server.
netlsd [ -no EventList | -o | -v | -z | -l LogName ]
The netlsd command starts a license server on the local node. There is no graphical interface for this command.
|-l LogName||(Lowercase L) Overrides the default name and location of the file used to store log information. This allows the I/O activity to the files used by the license server to be spread across multiple disks which can be important for large installations.|
|-no||Turns off logging of the events specified in EventList.
Any combination of events is valid, but items in the list of events must not
be separated by spaces or other characters. The event types that you
can specify are the following:
|-o||Overrides the in-use flag at a license server database. While a license server is running, its database is flagged as being in use to prevent more than one server from running on the same node. When a license server stops running, the flag is reset. However, if a license server exits abnormally, the flag may not be reset, which prevents the server from restarting. This option overrides the in-use flag and allows the server to be restarted. Do not use -o unless you are sure the license server is not running.|
|-v||NetLS library verbose mode.|
|-z||Debugging flag. (Prints RPC debugging information.)|
netlsd -no cvptm
netlsd -l /logs/license_server_log
|lic_db||Contains vendor, product and license details. (Encrypted binary file)|
|lic_db.bak||Backup of lic_db. Used for recovery. (Encrypted binary file)|
|cur_db||Run-time cache of current license status. (Encrypted binary file)|
|log_file||Log of license server events. (Binary file)|
|user_file||List of users who may and may not obtain licenses. (ASCII file)|
The glbd daemon, llbd daemon.