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vzlicview

This utility displays the license contents along with the license status information. It has the following syntax:

vzlicview [options]

The following options can be used with this utility:

-p, --product-key <key_number>

Displays the license information contained in the specified Virtuozzo product key.

-f, --license-file <file>

Displays the license information from the specified Virtuozzo license file.

-i, --stdin

Makes vzlicview use standard input as a license and display its information.

-k, --kernel

For use in the compatibility mode only. Displays the contents and status of the Virtuozzo 3.0 or 3.0 SP1 license file on the Hardware Node running the 4.0 version of Virtuozzo.

-h, --help

Displays the utility usage and exits.

When executed without any options, the utility returns the contents and status of the license currently installed on the Hardware Node. The utility can report the following statuses for Virtuozzo licenses:

ACTIVE

The license installed on the Hardware Node is valid and active.

VALID

The license the utility parses is valid and can be installed on the Hardware Node.

EXPIRED

The license has expired and, therefore, could not be installed on the Hardware Node.

GRACED

The license has been successfully installed on the Hardware Node; however, it has expired and is currently on the grace period (i.e. it is active till the end of the grace period).

INVALID

The license is invalid (for example, because of the Hardware Node architecture mismatch) or corrupted.

In the compatibility mode (i.e. for Virtuozzo 3.0 and 3.0 SP1 license files), the following statuses can be reported:

ACTIVE

The license file is valid and has been successfully loaded into the kernel.

VALID

The license file contains a valid license for this Hardware Node; however, no license is loaded into the kernel.

INVALID

The license file is invalid (for example, because of the Hardware Node ID mismatch) or corrupted.

GRACED

The license file has been successfully loaded into the kernel; however, it has expired and is currently on the grace period (i.e. it is active till the end of the grace period).

EXPIRED

The license file matches the Hardware Node ID but has expired and, therefore, could not be loaded into the kernel.

UNKNOWN

No Virtuozzo support has been detected in the running kernel.

INACTIVE

The license file the utility parses is valid; however, another license is currently active in the kernel.

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