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Problems starting CMU server on Linux

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theguvnor
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Problems starting CMU server on Linux

We are trying to restart the CMU service on a Linux server and each time we get an error stating that no licenses are available even though we have a valid license.

 

21-Mar-2014_12:27:58] [FATAL] Not enough licenses

 

This is the first time the main CMU server has been rebooted.

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Dave-SBS
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Re: Problems starting CMU server on Linux

'ello Guv'na

 

Did you add any new nodes to CMU since the last time the CMU service was restarted?  If you run this:

 

cmu_show_nodes | wc -l

 

you should get 58.  I don't remember how many you are licensed for, but there is a definite number.

theguvnor
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Re: Problems starting CMU server on Linux

Thanks Dave-SBS. We had added some windows nodes and these were not licensed. After removing the extra nodes, the license worked perfectly.