License Usages Table¶
The Denodo servers (Virtual DataPort, Scheduler, etc.) request a license to the License Manager when they start. In addition, periodically, they send a request to the License Manager to check that this license is still valid.
To monitor the license requests, open the License Usage dialog. To do this, click the menu Licenses > License Usages.
In the table License Usages, a new row is added every time one of this things occur:
- A server requests a license to the License Manager to be able to start. - Every time a server sends a request to check that the license acquired when it started, is still valid. - When the license granted to a server changes. - When the server shutsdown. - Other events. E.g. when the global license expires.
This table does not list the license requests sent by other Denodo components.
The License Usages table has these columns:
Status: license status. The possible values are:
Active. The license granted to the server is valid.
In grace period. The renewal request has not been received yet. If the grace period expires without receiving the server request, this license usage will change to inactive.
Error. License Manager denied a license request or a license renewal. This could happen, for example, when the host where the Virtual DataPort server runs has 16 cores but the license only allows 8.
Inactive. The license usage is no longer active due to one of the following reasons:
The server was shut down.
The license renewal request was not received in the License Manager and the grace period expired.
The license renewal was denied due to a license constraint. In this case, an additional row is shown in the table describing the cause of the rejection.
The License Manager sent a new license on a renewal request, due to the global license was updated or the license scenario of the environment has changed. In this case, a new license usage of the same server is added to the table.
Server. The Virtual DataPort server that requested the license.
License Scenario. The license scenario applicable to the server during the license usage.
License Info. Click the button to see the license applicable to the server.
First Request Time. Date of the initial license request.
Last Request Time. Date of the last update of the license usage due to a license request by the server.
End Request Time. Date when the license usage ends due to a license request generated a new license usage. As explained before, this happens when the license changed, when it is not longer valid or when it becomes valid again. This value is empty on active license usages.
Duration. For active license usages, it is the time elapsed between the First Request Time and the Last Request Time values. For the inactive ones, it is the time elapsed between the First Request Time and the End Request Time values.
End Reason. Cause for terminating a license usage. It is only applicable to inactive or error license usages. The possible values of this column are:
GRACE_PERIOD_EXCEEDED The License Manager did not receive a request to renew the license while the server was in the grace period. LICENSE_ACK_TIMEOUT_EXCEEDED The communication between the License Manager and the Virtual DataPort server requesting the license failed. SECURE_SHUTDOWN The Virtual DataPort server was shutdown. SERVER_REBOOT The Virtual DataPort server was rebooted. LICENSE_EXPIRED The license expired. PROCESSORS_EXCEEDED The maximum number of cores/processors defined by the license was exceeded. SERVERS_EXCEEDED The maximum number of servers defined by the license was exceeded. INVALID_LICENSE The License Manager could not validate a license scenario included in the global license file.
Processors: number of cores/processors used by the server.
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