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MATHLM

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: 1 February 1999
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NAME

mathlm - Mathematica network license manager  

SYNOPSIS

mathlm-help  ] [ -logfile file ] [ -pwfile file ] [ -restrict program ] [ -syslog  ] [ -timeout nhours ] [ -verbose  ]  

DESCRIPTION

The mathlm command starts the network license manager for Mathematica. The license manager authorizes the running of Mathematica based on entries in a password file.

When mathlm is started, it normally sets itself up as a background process and continues running until it is explicitly terminated. Note that if one mathlm process is running, any other mathlm processes you try to start will automatically exit immediately.  

OPTIONS

-help
Print help message and the current machine's MathID.
-logfile file
Write a log of license transactions to file.
-pwfile file
Look for Mathematica passwords in file (default mathpass).
-restrict prog
Use prog object file or shell script to limit or deny access to specified users or machines.
-syslog
Write the log to the syslog. This is written to user.info.
-timeout n
Retain a license suspended with ^Z for n hours. Default is infinity.
-verbose 
Print debugging information to stderr and keep mathlm in the foreground.
 

FILES

File locations are determined at installation time.  

SEE ALSO

math(1), mathematica(1), monitorlm(1)

Online documentation available through the Help menu within the Mathematica notebook front end

S. Wolfram, The Mathematica Book, 4th ed., Wolfram Media/Cambridge University Press, 1999

Mathematica System Administrator's Guide, Wolfram Research, 1999

Wolfram Research web site, www.wolfram.com

 

AUTHOR

Wolfram Research, Inc.

 

NOTES

Mathematica is a registered trademark of Wolfram Research.

Copyright (c) 1988-1999 Wolfram Research, Inc. All rights reserved.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
FILES
SEE ALSO
AUTHOR
NOTES

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