- Navigate to the root directory of your
OpenLink installation, where you find
- Set the
OpenLink environment by running the appropriate script for your shell. The following will work in most environments, but your required command may differ --
sh, bash, zshand related
csh, tcshand related
- Execute these commands --
cd bin ./oplmgr +stop
- Retrieve your new
OpenLink license file(s) from an email or ODS Briefcase.
- Use binary ftp to transfer the new license file(s) to the Unix box, if required.
- Place the new license file(s) in the
/bin/sub-directory of the
OpenLink installation, replacing any same-named file(s).
- Use the
echocommand to check the value of the the
OPL_LICENSE_DIRenvironment variable. It should have been set by the openlink.sh script, above. If necessary, set and export this variable to include this directory. For example:
% echo $OPL_LICENSE_DIR % export OPL_LICENSE_DIR=/usr/openlink/bin:$OPL_LICENSE_DIR
Note - you may set the
OPL_LICENSE_DIRto target any directory(ies), as any PATH variable; all license file(s) must be found within.
- Execute this command to stop the running Request Broker
- Wait for the Broker (
oplrqb), the Admin Asst (
www_sv), and any Agent (
inf9_sv, etc.) processes to terminate. You may wish to kill any which linger more than a few minutes (NOTE - users may lose some work if you do so). Then, execute the following commands to start the License Manager with the new license, and restart the Request Broker:
./oplmgr +start ./oplrqb
Your Broker start command may differ -- e.g., you may want to start in "Debug Mode" and test connections with the new license, to make sure all is as expected ?