lcommute - Checks In\Out Commuter Authorization

Your network administrator will give you instructions on where to find the lcommute utility. From the UNIX or MS-DOS operating system prompt, navigate to the location of lcommute, and type the lcommute command, specifying the appropriate options listed below.

The lcommute options are:

Option Description

-c

Specifies any of the following operation:

>i  - for check-in

>o - for check-out

-f

The feature name

-v

The feature version

-s

The License Manager name or IP address

-o

Specifies the commuter check-out mode:

>n - for local check-out

>r -  for remote check-out

-d

The number of days the license will be checked out for. Applicable to local or remote checkout only.

-e The number of days the remote checked out license will be extended for. Applicable to remote checkout only.

-l

The file path of the locking code of a remote machine. Applicable only in case of remote checkout. For details about obtaining locking code of the remote system, see Overview of Remotely Obtaining Commuter Licenses.

-a

The file path to save the remote authorization code. Applicable only in case of remote checkout. For details about installing a remote authorization code, see Overview of Remotely Obtaining Commuter Licenses.

-h

Displays the help.

All relevant command line options have to be specified at the same time. Here is an example of lcommute use:Suppose you want to locally checkout feature F1, version V1 from a License Manager having IP address 172.25.15.139 for 1 day.

Lcommute –c o –f F1 –v V1 –s 172.25.15.139 –o n –d 1

 

To check-in the same license,

Lcommute –c i –f F1 –v V1

NOTE   The default local locking criteria for checking out a commuter license can be modified using commute.dat file. If commute.dat file is not updated (as per local locking criteria property of commuter license), license authorization check out operation will fail with error code 125.