Start License Server
Open a command prompt/terminal window and go to the directory where GAUSS and the RLM executable file are installed. Run the following command to start the service:
This will launch the license manager; you should see several lines of output, including something like:
(rlm) Web server starting on port 5054
(rlm) Using TCP/IP port 5053
(rlm) Starting ISV servers:
(rlm) …aptech on port #####
(aptech) RLM License Server Version 8.0BL6 for ISV “aptech”
(aptech) Settings from RLM Version…
(aptech) License files:
Test that GAUSS is installed correctly and the license manager is working by starting GAUSS on the server. Check to see what license type/license ID GAUSS is using by clicking on Help -> About GAUSS. If GAUSS is using the temporary license that ships with it, you will see a license ID that is all zeroes. If it is using the permanent license, it will be a 10-digit number that starts with 1.
Minimize the command window. Closing the command window without starting GAUSS as a service will shut down the license manager service.
To set up RLM as a Windows service, follow the instructions here.
To set up RLM as a system service on Linux that starts automatically at system boot time, see the RLM End User Manual here for an example of a script for that purpose.
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