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MIMLICENSE - Managing the license key


Linux + VMS: The mimlicense application is currently available on OpenVMS and Linux only.

Win: On Windows, the Mimer Administrator is used to administrate the license keys.

The mimlicense application is used to administrate the license key file. Keys may be added, removed or updated by using mimlicense. mimlicense may also be used to list and describe the contents of the key file.

Note that the database server must be restarted for the key changes to apply.

Syntax

The mimlicense program is controlled by flagged information specified on the command-line.

The overall syntax (expressed in long form Unix-style) is as follows:

 mimlicense [--nologo] --file=filename
            [--nologo] --add=hexcode
            [--nologo] --delete=keyid
            --list
            --combined
            --remove

Command-line Arguments

Unix-style
VMS-style
Function
-a hexcode
--add=hexcode
/ADD=hexcode
Add a license key.
-f filename
--file=filename
/FILE=filename
Add a license key from a .mcfg file.
-d keyid
--delete=keyid
/DELETE=keyid
Delete the specified key.
-r
--remove
/REMOVE
Remove keys.
mimlicense will prompt for each key if it is supposed to be removed or not.
-l
--list
/LIST
List the contents of the key file.
-c
--combined
/COMBINED
Describe what the combined keys permits.
-s
--nologo
/NOLOGO
Silent mode, i.e. execution with no output.
-?
--help
/HELP
Show help text.

Linux: The Unix-style command-line flags must be used on a Linux machine. Both short form arguments (e.g. -r) and long form arguments (e.g. --remove) are supported.
The name for the key file is:
/etc/mimerkey

VMS: Either the Unix-style or the VMS-style command-line flags may be used on an OpenVMS machine - see the Mimer SQL VMS Guide for more details.
The name for the key file is:
SYS$SPECIFIC:[SYSMGR]MIMERKEY.DAT


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