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teddy91
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uCMDB license check

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Can any one elaborate how can i check uCMDB licencing expireing date?

 pls its urgent.. guys need your help 

 

 

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PatWest
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Rutger
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Hi, I am using UCMDB 10.01 and I check the license using the JMX console, Licensing Services MBean, getAllActiveLicenses method (Mbean: UCMDB:service=Licensing Services. Method: getAllActiveLicenses). Does this help?

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Dima Gomel
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In UCMDB 10.10 you could see all licenses under Licensing Services -->getAllActiveLicenses.

Another useful way to see it is  Licensing Services --> getLicenseSummary. This will show points destribution on your system.

Please be aware that new JMX search feture was introduced in UCMDB 10.10. So, just start typing the name of method...

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Praveen_Shan
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Hi Dima,

I'm trying to get similar information for uCMDB 9.05.
The only JMX Mbean is UCMDB:service=Server Services. Method: getLicense.

This is of no much help in our case. We are using a DDM Advanced Edition license and trying to get an accurate count of OS-Instances already used.

Can you please check this for me ?
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Dima Gomel
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Do you have a limited amount of OSs on 9.05 advanced license?

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Praveen_Shan
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Yes, I assume the number in bold is the limit.

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<ucmdb-license>
        <hash>abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvyxyzabcdef</hash>
        <customer-name>XXXX</customer-name>
        <type>advanced</type>
        <blocked-applications/>
        <permitted-packages all-packages-permitted="true">
                <package/>
        </permitted-packages>
        <number-of-os-instances>26250</number-of-os-instances>
        <number-of-cpus>0</number-of-cpus>
        <number-of-ips>-1</number-of-ips>
        <expiration-date/>
</ucmdb-license>

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Dima Gomel
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Valid point. Please raise the support case. We'll ask R&D to explain this.

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Praveen_Shan
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Well, I did raise Case 4647683999: "Information on os-instances for a DDM Advanced Edition License"

 

"Talking with the Licensing Team, and taking into account my recent research, we concluded that there is no possible way to know how many OS instances are in UCMDB. Unfortunately, the query to do that is so complicated that we can't run it with the application."

 

It is surprising to me that the deployment guide speaks about a Unit of Measurement called OS instance and we don't have a way to calculate it.

 

It would be great if you can do something about this. I have tried enough queries but can't be 100% sure about the resulting OS instances count.

 

Thanks,

Praveen

 

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