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oclc_server: "License limit exceeded"

  • Article Type: General
  • Product: Aleph
  • Product Version: 21

Problem Symptoms:
1. The oclc_server fails to import records.
2. The message "Error: License limit exceeded" appears in the oclc_server_nnnn.log whenever a record is sent via OCLC Connexion -- despite the fact that only one user at a time is doing this. The $alephe_tab/license file has "MAX-OCLC-USERS 001".

See Additional Information below for actual log entries.

Cause:
Uncertain

Resolution:
Have Ex Libris create a new license with "MAX-OCLC-USERS 002".

Additional Information

See Article 000009299 for a discussion of "License limit exceeded", in general.

Entries from oclc_server_nnnn.log:
Load: /exlibris/aleph/u21_1/alephe/tab/tab_system_status
2013-11-19 13:55:36 79 [log] Initialized from Address 98.140.61.50:56288
2013-11-19 13:55:36 79 [log] Read 1681 Bytes, Total 1681 Bytes
Licensed OCLC servers: 000000001
Active OCLC servers : 000000001
Error: License limit exceeded
2013-11-19 13:55:37 25 [log] Wrote 30 Bytes, Total 1711 Bytes
2013-11-19 13:55:55 16 [log] Initialized from Address 98.140.61.50:57312
2013-11-19 13:55:55 17 [log] Read 1742 Bytes, Total 1742 Bytes
Licensed OCLC servers: 000000001
Active OCLC servers : 000000001
Error: License limit exceeded
2013-11-19 13:55:55 50 [log] Wrote 30 Bytes, Total 1772 Bytes


  • Article last edited: 12/5/2013