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NNM License Issue

Hello Experts,

We have NNM 7.51 installed on HPUX 11.11 and from yesterday we are facing a peculiar issue. When we login as root and open the NNM GUI it opening perfectly but when we login as a normal user and excecute the command ovw to open the NNM GUI it says there is no valid license in /etc/opt/OV/share/conf/.license file

so what might be the issue with this??

Please help

Thanks in Advance,
Pramod Raghavendra
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Re: NNM License Issue

Hi Pramod,

I think you have installed NNM 7.51 evaluation version,which is valid for 60 days.

If u want to resolve this issue,download the permanent licence from hp website and download in the NNM.


It doesnt have any issue carry on with this version.

Points are welcome.

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Hi Ankit,

Thanks for the reply.

It is not an evaluation version which it has a valid license installed on it. When i login as root and excecute the ovw command it is opening without any license error but when i login as a normal user to the HPUX box on which its installed it gives me this license error.

So what do u think is the problem
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Re: NNM License Issue

It might also be that the permissions on /etc/opt/OV/share/conf/.license only allow root to access it.

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Hi Laurie,

The permission for that file is RW for root,read for group and read for others.

So even as a normal user the file should be able to read it ....

So when other users have a read permission why is this error popping up

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Re: NNM License Issue

Check the env variables.
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Just to be sure there are no path issues,
when you login as non-root, can you cat /etc/opt/OV/share/conf/.license ?

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Hi,

What environment variables are you referring to to here..

Yes i can cat the file as a normal user...
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Hi,

Thanks for the replies....

The problem is fixed now by moving the NIC card to which the NNM is binded to the top of the list in Network Connections.


Thanks for the help...
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Thanks...
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