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Bono
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Redundant servers in licpath.lic

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11-07-2001 01:24 AM
Is possible to add all the redundant servers on the licpath.lic file?Which is the order? Thank you for your help.
*martin, jason
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Redundant servers in licpath.lic

11-07-2001 01:27 AM in reply to: Bono
Bono-

Yes, in fact I think that you have to specify all of the redundant servers in a redundant pool in the license file.

Your licpath.lic should look something like

SERVER PC54321 210987654321 27005
SERVER PC12345 123456789012 27005
SERVER PC32154 321543210981 27005
USE_SERVER

I'd recommend putting them in the same order as they appear in the license file located on the server, but I don't think that it
actually makes any difference. (You must specify the 27005 port for redundant servers, this is not required using a single server).

hth

jason martin
frankfurt-short-bruza

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> Is possible to add all the redundant servers on the licpath.lic file?Which is the order? Thank you for your help.
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Bono
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Re: Redundant servers in licpath.lic

11-07-2001 01:42 AM in reply to: Bono
THANK YOU JASON!

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