OpenLink's License Manager technology provides a sophisticated and easy to use License statistics and monitoring facility. This page introduces you to that facility and provides alternative techniques for versions of the software that do not contain it.

  1. Launch the Virtuoso Web interface.

  2. Click the

    Conductor

    link.

  3. Login with your Virtuoso dba account.

  4. Click the

    System Admin

    tab.

  5. Locate the

    License

    section to review the terms of your Virtuoso license.

  6. Locate the

    Clients

    section to review open connections that consume Virtuoso license points.

  1. Launch Terminal.app (/Applications/Utilities/)

  2. Execute the command cd "/Library/Application Support/openlink/bin/"

  3. Execute the command oplmgr +start

  1. Launch the

    Services

    Control Panel (may be in the

    Administrative Tools

    sub-folder).

  2. Locate and select the

    OpenLink Virtuoso

    service.

  3. Click the

    Start

    icon.

  1. Open a Unix terminal.

  2. cd into the root of your Virtuoso installation.

  3. Use one of the following commands to set Virtuoso-related environment variables. (Note that they do, and must, begin with dot-space-dot-slash.)

    • . ./virtuoso-enterprise.sh > - bash, bsh, ksh, and related shells

    • . ./virtuoso-enterprise.csh - csh, tcsh, and related shells

  4. Execute the command: oplmgr +start

Note : OpenLink recommends that you create an /etc/init.d/ script that sets the environment and runs oplmgr +start at boot time.

  1. Launch Terminal.app (/Applications/Utilities/)

  2. Execute the command cd "/Library/Application Support/openlink/bin/"

  3. Execute the command oplmgr +stop

  1. Launch the

    Services

    Control Panel (may be in the

    Administrative Tools

    sub-folder).

  2. Locate and select the

    OpenLink License Manager service

    .

  3. Click the

    Stop

    icon.

  1. Open a Unix terminal.

  2. cd into the root of your Virtuoso installation.

  3. Use one of the following commands to set Virtuoso-related environment variables. (Note that they do, and must, begin with dot-space-dot-slash.)

    • . ./virtuoso-enterprise.sh - bash, bsh, ksh, and related shells

    • . ./virtuoso-enterprise.csh - csh, tcsh, and related shells

  4. Execute the command: oplmgr +stop

  1. Launch Terminal.app (/Applications/Utilities/)

  2. Execute the command cd "/Library/Application Support/openlink/bin/"

  3. Execute the command oplmgr +reload

  1. Launch the

    Services

    Control Panel (may be in the

    Administrative Tools

    sub-folder).

  2. Locate and select the

    OpenLink License Manager service

    .

  3. Click the

    Restart

    icon.

  1. Open a Unix terminal.

  2. cd into the root of your Virtuoso installation.

  3. Use one of the following commands to set Virtuoso-related environment variables. (Note that they do, and must, begin with dot-space-dot-slash.)

    • . ./virtuoso-enterprise.sh - bash, bsh, ksh, and related shells

    • . ./virtuoso-enterprise.csh - csh, tcsh, and related shells

  4. Execute the command: oplmgr +reload

The license manager takes several command-line arguments, as revealed by its "usage" output (produced by any unrecognized argument) --


      bash$ oplmgr --help
      OpenLink License Manager
      Version 1.2.2 as of Thu Feb 15 2007 (Release 6.0 cvsid 00084).
      Compiled for Linux 2.4.20-46.9.legacysmp (i686-generic-linux-glibc23-32)
      Copyright (C) OpenLink Software.

      Usage:
      oplmgr [-shrutp] [+start] [+stop] [+reload] [+user arg] [+chroot arg]
      [+pidfile arg]
      +start     start the license manager
      +stop      stop the license manager
      +reload    force a configuration reload
      +user      run as the specified user
      +chroot    perform a chroot to the specified directory
      +pidfile   pid file to use for server operation