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Author Topic: The license data for the following server(s) is nearing or has reached its expir  (Read 472 times)

iporadio

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I have tried everything to resolve this. We have been up and running for 4 years now with no issues.
 I opened my centova cast to find an error message saying

The license data for the following server(s) is nearing or has reached its expiration date:
Local server
127.0.0.1 - inactive
This installation has exceeded the stream account limit for this license

For assistance in diagnosing this problem, please consult the License Expiration article in the Centova Cast knowledge base.

This is what we are using right now

Product name:
Centova Cast v3

Product version:
Centova Cast v3.2.9

Operating system:
CentOS 6


I need help to get this resolved asap. We have 7 stations that are down

iporadio

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Posts: 4
I have tried everything to resolve this. We have been up and running for 4 years now with no issues.
 I opened my centova cast to find an error message saying

The license data for the following server(s) is nearing or has reached its expiration date:
Local server
127.0.0.1 - inactive
This installation has exceeded the stream account limit for this license

For assistance in diagnosing this problem, please consult the License Expiration article in the Centova Cast knowledge base.

This is what we are using right now

Product name:
Centova Cast v3

Product version:
Centova Cast v3.2.9

Operating system:
CentOS 6


I need help to get this resolved asap. We have 7 stations that are down



If this happens to anyone else Take these steps to fix

check your /usr/local/centovacast/var/vhosts directory and make sure it only contains the directories of your active stations (each station should have a corresponding directory, with the same name as the station's username).


This is causing Centova Cast to believe that you have more active stations, than you actually have, as a couple of extra folders probably exist in there.

Delete any extra directories that you might find there and run the following command afterwards:

/etc/init.d/centovacast restart

That will fix the extra stations you have that were not deleted