All of those NSH commands are used to license the RSCD agents. Those are the only parts of the BladeLogic infrastructure that need a license.
getlic pulls the information we need from the target and dumps it into a file. you can upload this file to our licensing site, generate a license and download the actual license file. putlic will put that license file on the target(s).
autolic does the above in one step (pulls info, talks to website and puts the license out)
these all work across multiple servers.
> what kind of info is required in the file that is provided to getlic
> what is the function of RSCD agents are they the agents used for configuration/auditing etc the server or is there some other function they perform
> second, do you have any info about bllic?
The information required for the licensing is detailed here:
The information on bllic is detailed here:
The function of the RSCD agents is detailed in the product documentation which is available on the BMC Support site.
Thanks Bill for the info
Please update links.
license info is here:
I can't find the bllic link, you need to send the bladelogic version, OS, Architecture and the HostId from the output of the agentinfo command for the appserver(s) to support. bllic has to go though an approval process so you may need to contact your bmc rep about this.