I'm having prolems runningthe Intel License Manager for FLEXlm. This is the output I get for the status
Flexible License Manager status on Thu 5/13/2010 09:29
[Detecting lmgrd processes...]
License server status: firstname.lastname@example.org
License file(s) on vm-dudhi.iso.port.ac.uk: C:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\Intel\\Licenses\\COM_L_CMP__XXXX-XXXXXJX4.lic:
vm-dudhi.iso.port.ac.uk: license server UP (MASTER) v11.6
Vendor daemon status (on vm-dudhi.iso.port.ac.uk):
INTEL: The desired vendor daemon is down.
Check the lmgrd log file, or try lmreread.
License path: email@example.com;
FLEXnet Licensing error:-97,121
For further information, refer to the FLEXnet Licensing documentation,
available at "www.acresso.com".
Output belowis from the log. Each time I run the Intel License Manager for FLEXlm 2 lmgrd.intel.exe processesare visible in Task Manager but no INTEL process. Thereare other copies of lmgrd running but various versions usually co-exist on our licensingserver. The server is a virtual server is this a problem? I'm not sure why it is looking to C:\\FLEXLM\\INTEL as thedaemonis now in C:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\Intel\\FLEXlm. I haven't rebooted yet as this is a live system and will need to go through change request. Any ideas gratefully received.
9:47:29 (lmgrd) Rereading license file... Requested from Administrator@vm-dudhi
9:47:29 (lmgrd) Reread: Started INTEL (pid 15640) 9:47:29 (lmgrd) Done rereading
9:47:29 (lmgrd) ...Finished rereading
9:47:29 (INTEL) FLEXnet Licensing version v188.8.131.52 build 66138 i86_n3
9:47:29 (INTEL) cannot open lock file (C:\\FLEXLM\\INTEL): Permission denied
9:47:29 (INTEL) EXITING DUE TO SIGNAL 32 Exit reason 9
9:47:34 (lmgrd) INTEL exited with status 32 (Exited because another server was running)
9:47:34 (lmgrd) MULTIPLE "INTEL" license server systems running.
9:47:34 (lmgrd) Using Task Manager, stop INTEL and run lmreread
9:47:34 (lmgrd) This error probably results from:
9:47:34 (lmgrd) 1. Another copy of the license server manager (lmgrd) is running.
9:47:34 (lmgrd) 2. Another copy of the vendor daemon is running.
9:47:34 (lmgrd) 3. The locking mechanism(s) were removed by an
9:47:34 (lmgrd) outside program.