OpenLM Broker – .tar.gz packaging installation #
Make sure you have a single OpenLM Server installation on a central network server and that Java 11 is installed on your machine.
- Download the latest version of “OpenLM Broker” for Linux.
- Extract the archive:
tar -xzf OpenLM_Broker_220.127.116.11.tar.gz -C /opt/OpenLM/
- Navigate to the directory where it was extracted
- Open the settings.sh file in a text editor (e.g nano):
- Edit the following variables and save the file:
- BROKERSRVNAMEUSER – if you want to run the Broker process under a user different than root (make sure the files inside the Broker folder also have the appropriate user set as owner)
- JAVA_HOME – the path to the JDK or JRE 11 (e.g. /usr/lib/jvm/java-11-openjdk)
- Install the Broker with:
sudo ./broker.sh install
- Check it’s status:
sudo ./broker.sh status
- Run the detection script:
sudo ./detect.sh broker.xml <Hostname/IP of OpenLM Server>
- Restart the Broker service:
sudo ./broker.sh restart
- Open the OpenLM EasyAdmin user interface and approve the new license managers there.
2. OpenLM Broker .rpm packaging installation #
- Obtain the latest version of “OpenLM Broker” for Linux.
- Install the Broker:
sudo ./sudo rpm openlm_broker_18.104.22.1686.x86_64.rpm
Other useful commands
1.Check other OpenLM components
sudo rpm -qa|grep openlm installed on your machine
2.Check the content of the service folder
3. Check the status of the service
sudo service broker status
4. Upgrade the program
Sudo rpm -e openlm_broker_22.214.171.1246.x86_64.rpm
5. Uninstall the program
sudo apt-get purge -U openlm_broker_126.96.36.1996.x86_64.rpm
(Optional – if you have a GUI):
Run the visual configuration tool with:
sudo ./broker.sh config
- Configuring OpenLM.
- Reports of OpenLM.
- Full documentation for the other commands and options.