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Operating Systems Solaris OSI 9.0 Installation
# 1  
Old 12-13-2004
OSI 9.0 Installation

Dear

After i received a demo license for OSI 9.0 from SUN , i installed the packages . but when i tried to start the osinet deamon ( /etc/rc2.d/S90osinet ) i am getting the foellowing errror

# ./S90osinet start
starting osi daemon/usr/sbin/osinetd cannot find a valid license (STACK 9.0)

unable to start OSI daemon
#

The license is correct . altough i rechecked the volidity of the license .
# 2  
Old 12-14-2004
Maybe your licensing manager daemon is not running ...
# 3  
Old 12-14-2004
OSi Licensing

what is the licensing manager deamon ? its location ? in order to start it .
# 4  
Old 12-14-2004
It's a daemon where your OSI stack will request for valid license before everything.

check if it running 'ps -ef | grep lmgrd' start it if not '/etc/init.d/lic_mgr start'.

Look at this directory /etc/opt/licenses/ where your license data is stored and the gui tool called lit among other things...

But i guess you don't have the right tool installed Smilie , so be sure these 2 pkgs are on your box: SUNWlicsw & SUNWlit which are needed


A safe bet is to open a sun case Smilie
# 5  
Old 12-14-2004
OSi Licensing

Thanks For your time

I will open a case with SUN

Best regards

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