lmstat - report status on license manager daemons and feature usage
lmstat [ -a ] [ -A ] [ -c license_file ] [ -i [feature] ] [ -f [feature]
] [ -s [server] ] [ -S [DAEMON] ]
lmstat provides information about the status of the server nodes, vendor
daemons, vendor features, and users of each feature. Information can be
optionally be qualified by specific server nodes, vendor damons, or
-a Display everything.
-A List all active licenses.
Use the specified license_file. If this switch is not
specified, lmstat looks for the environment variable
LM_LICENSE_FILE. If that environment variable is not set,
lmstat looks for the file
Prints information about the named feature, or all features if
no feature name is given. Note that lmstat -i does not
communicate with the server, and therefore reports raw data
from the license file, which may differ from what the server
actually supports. -f [feature] List all users of the
Display the status of the specified server node(s).
List all users of the specified daemon's features.
If no -c option is specified, lmstat looks for the environment variable
LM_LICENSE_FILE in order to find the license file to use. If that
environment variable is not set, lmstat looks for the file
lmstat -a is a potentially expensive command. With lots of active users,
this call can generate a lot of network activity, and therefore shouldn't
be used too often. In particular, avoid writing scripts that
automatically call lmstat often.
IRIX systems typically install licenses in /var/flexlm/license.dat, not
Note that XLV Plex licenses should be placed in /etc/flexlm/license.dat
if /var is not in the root partition and the license is needed to boot
from a plexed root partition.
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