There is licensing in MathKeisan for IPF for version 1.5.0 or later. The licensing is on a per-machine basis, based on the number of CPUs.
How to obtain MathKeisan License
Run mk_machinfo on each machine, concatenating the outputs to a single file:
% /opt/MathKeisan/bin/mk_machinfo >> mk.machinfoThe file will look something like this:
host1 4 eth0 00:01:02:03:04:05 48D36B987F4D664711A88070BDF8F1F7E7E5E5C2 host2 16 eth0 00:06:05:04:03:02 D8AA32F58CD06205DF0713C3770E77B9B258502C
Send NEC the contents of the file, using this web form.
NEC will send back a license file.
Install the license file. There are several ways to go about installing the license file:
Copy the license file to
/etc/MK.licenseon each machine.
Copy the license file to a filesystem shared across all of the machines, and make
/etc/MK.licensea symlink to the shared license file. For example:
% ln -s /common/licenses/MK.license /etc/MK.license
Copy the license file to a custom path, and set
MK_LICENSE_FILEto point to this path. For example:
% cp MK.license /mnt/user/MK.license % export MK_LICENSE_FILE=/mnt/user/MK.license
Test the license on each machine, by running mk_checklicense:
% /opt/MathKeisan/bin/mk_checklicense MathKeisan license found and accepted.
- Report any problems to us.