In this tutorial you will learn how to:
The MCalibration software is typically using a node-locked license, and the PolyUMod library is typically using a floating license. The following sections will show two easy ways to determine what license types are used and when the license expires.
On a Windows computer the MCalibration license file is typically located here:
C:\Program Files\PolymerFEM\MCalibration\license.lic and the PolyUMod license is typically located here: C:\Program Files\PolymerFEM\PolyUMod\License\license.lic.
On a Linux computer the MCalibration license file is typically located here:
\opt\PolymerFEM\MCalibration\license.lic and the PolyUMod license file is typically located here:
These license files can be opened using a text editor. If the license file contains the word
uncounted then it is a node-locked license, and the license expiration data is listed just before the word
uncounted. If the license file contains the word
HOST then it is a floating network license. Floating network license files typically contains multiple
LICENSE definitions. Each
LICENSE definition has its own expiration date, which is the string right after the text
Note that even though the license files are text files, there very few parts of the license files that can be modified by a user without invalidating the file.
More information about he license file structure is available in the following RLM User’s Manual.
The status of a floating license server can be examined using the license server web interface. Open a web browser and go to the address:
http://localhost:5054. Note that you need to replace
localhost with the name or IP address of your license server, if it is not running on your local computer. Your web browser should then display the following page.
Click on the
Status button in the left column, the window should then look something like the following.
Then click on the
veryst button in the
Server Status column in the 3rd table.
The browser window then should like similar to the following screenshot.
The bottom table lists the license expiration date, and the status of the license tokens.
Note that if your web browser window look do not contain the information shown above, then your software license has likely expired.
If you have any questions about your license server or license expiration date, then send an email to: support@PolymerFEM.com