cocolicserver – license server
cocolicserver can be used to serve Coco licenses from a central computer. Clients can connect to the server, and cocolicserver will make sure that no more than the available number of licenses will be used concurrently.
-s | --server-identifier: Print the identifier of the machine on which cocolicserver should run. This identifier must then be sent to froglogic to get a license file (see Installation of a license server).
--config=<path>: Absolute path to the configuration file (provided by froglogic).
--logfile=<path>: Write log messages to the file at the absolute <path>. The file name may contain the following escape sequences:
%Y: current year, in four digits
%M: current month number, in two digits
%D: current day, in two digits
%h: current hour, in two digits
%m: current minute, in two digits
%s: current second, in two digits
New log files will be opened according to the values of the escape sequences. This means that if <path> is
cocoserver_%Y_%M_%D.log, every day a new log file is created, and the files have names like
@<path>: Read command line options from the file at <path> and insert them at the position of this option. The option file is a text file with one option per line. Leading and trailing blanks and empty lines are ignored.
The following options are available only on Linux™and macOS:
--syslog: Write log messages to the UNIX® system logging service.
--daemon: On Linux™and macOS: launch cocolicserver as a daemon background process.
The following options are available only on Microsoft® Windows:
--service-install: Install cocolicserver as a Windows service that starts automatically at boot time.
For this option cocolicserver needs administrator privileges. It must be run in the form:
C:\somedir cocolicserver --service-install<options>
Then the service is installed and starts automatically. It will run as if called directly in the form
cocolicserver<options>. The visible name of the server is
\COCO License Server.
If the server is already installed as a service, the <options> are updated. The new options have effect only after the service is restarted.
--service-uninstall: Uninstalls the cocolicserver Windows service. For this option cocolicserver needs administrator privileges.
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