Welcome Guest! Log in
The Stambia User Community is moving to Semarchy! All the applicable resources have already been moved or are currently being moved to their new location. Read more…


Stopping / Restarting the License Server

If your License Server was installed as a service, simply operate the service using your OS' service management tools.

Otherwise, use the "bin/start" and "bin/stop" scripts.

Checking the License Server status

Watching the log files

The License Server writes information into the "log/com.stambia.licence.server.log" file.

Watching the server process

Search for a java process which contains "com.indy.license.server.jar" in the command line.

On Windows:

  • Using the Task manager
    • Make sure your Task Manager displays the "Command Line" column
    • Search for a Java process where the command line contains "com.indy.license.server.jar"
  • Using the command line (as an administrator)
C:\WINDOWS\system32>wmic process where "name like '%java%' and commandline like '%com.indy.license.server.jar%'" get Name,ProcessId,ParentProcessId
Name      ParentProcessId  ProcessId
java.exe  3180             3704

Note: on Windows, when the License Server is installed as a service, there might be two processes, which is normal (there is a service wrapper + the actual service).

On Linux:

Search for a java process which contains "com.indy.license.server.jar" in the command line.

ps -ef | grep com.indy.license.server.jar

Updating the license.xml file

Your "license.xml" file may change in the future (adding new licenses, changing MAC addresses...).

Do not edit this file by yourself - your licenses may become invalid. Instead, please send a request to the Support Team.

When the Support delivers a new "license.xml" file, simply replace the previous file with this new one. The change is immediate.

 

Articles

Suggest a new Article!