Verifies that license servers are working.
ls_tv [ -h | -usage ] [ -version ]
The ls_tv tool requests a concurrent-use license from a license server and prints a list of active license servers.
If you can run ls_tv successfully but are still having a problem with a license product, the problem is probably with the licenses, or possibly with the product itself: in this case, talk to the vendor of the licensed software product.
If you cannot run ls_tv successfully and receive one of the error messages listed below, use the explanation of the error to fix the problem. Then try running ls_tv again.
If you cannot run ls_tv successfully and receive an error that is not listed below, it means there is a problem with the software on which the license server is layered (for example, TCP/IP or NCS), or a hardware problem.
|-h||Displays command usage information. (Same as -usage.)|
|-usage||Displays command usage information. (Same as -h.)|
|-version||Displays command version information.|
|netls_request_license||Communication failure(networking computing system/RPC run time)|
|netls_no_svrs_found||No servers available for this vendor.|
|netls_license_not_found||License not found in the database.|
|netls_not_authorized||The user is not authorized to use this product.|
|netls_bad_timestamp||Time disparity too large.|
To run the license-server test-and-verification tool:
The system responds with something similar to the following:
LS-TV Version 2.0 -- License Use Management Test and Verification Tool Copyright 1991, Hewlett-Packard Company, All Rights Reserved Copyright 1991, Gradient Technologies, Inc. All Rights Reserved Completed license transactions on node 1f9a4 running License Use Management Active License Use Management Servers: altair (AIX) running License Use Management cobweb (AIX) running License Use Management
The netlsd daemon.