3.02.Deployer 3.02 - 3.02 - Revoking a License for a Lost or Destroyed VM - Teradata Database on VMware

Teradata® Database on VMware Base, Advanced, Enterprise Tiers Getting Started Guide

prodname
Teradata Database on VMware
vrm_release
Deployer 3.02
category
Configuration
Installation
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B035-5958-018K
You can revoke a license for a VM when you cannot access any of the TPA nodes or for a VM where the TPA nodes were deleted.
  1. Navigate to the Logs directory. C:\mylocation\Teradata_Deployer\Logs
  2. Open the activation_timestamp.log file that corresponds to the license for the system you want to revoke. Ensure the Common Properties and the Node Properties sections correspond to the system you are revoking. The License String is shown at the bottom of the log file.
  3. Save the license string to a file.
    1. Copy the license string. Ensure you copy the whole license string from the first * to the end of the file.
    2. Navigate to the telm directory. C:\mylocation\Teradata_Deployer\telm
    3. Create a new file and name it lservrc.
    4. Paste the license string into the lservrc file.
    5. Save the file.
  4. If the Common Properties file that was used to deploy the target system is not available, create a new one.
    1. From the activation_timestamp.log file, copy the Common Properties from the { to }, inclusive.
    2. Navigate to the Properties directory. C:\mylocation\Teradata_Deployer\Properties
    3. Create a new file and name it. For example, Common.Revoke.LostSystem.json.
    4. Paste the Common Properties into the file and save it.
  5. If the Node Properties file that was used to deploy the target system is not available, create a new one.
    1. From the activation_timestamp.log file, copy the Node Properties from the [ to ], inclusive.
    2. Navigate to the Properties directory. C:\mylocation\Teradata_Deployer\Properties
    3. Create a new file and name it. For example, Node.Revoke.LostSystem.json.
    4. Paste the Node Properties into the file and save it.
  6. Complete the applicable procedure to finish the revoking process. Skip any steps in the following procedures that you have already performed.
    With Internet access See Revoking a License for Sites with Internet Access.
    Without Internet access See Revoking a License for Sites without Internet Access.