This article describes the process of checking daemon status on Windows and UNIX platforms.
Checking Windows Service Status
To check the service status on Windows:
<install_dir>\attclm<x.x>\bin\lmtools.exe, where <x.x> is the release version of ATTClm you are using.
Select the Server Status tab.
Click Perform Status Enquiry to see what license services are running.
To get more detailed license server information, run the
attclm<x.x>/bin/lmutil.exeprogram from the command prompt. For further details on the list of utilities and options the
lmutilexecutable supports, refer to the ATTClm Directory Structure.
Checking UNIX Daemons Status
You can use the command
lmutil lmstat -c <license_file_path> to check the status of all redundant daemons if the daemons are running normally. Remember, you must use the
-c parameter to reference the license file you used to start the daemons.
If you have problems with the daemons, you may not be able to check them with
lmstat. In this case, log in to each server node and use the
ps command to make sure the processes are running.