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FlexNet License Server - nvidia fails to start
Good Morning everyone Today I managed to get another evaluation license for NVIDIA vGPU. We need to perform further tests with VMWare ESXi and Citrix Xenapp. So, I tried to import the new license file to the NVIDIA vGPU License server. I recognized that the "FlexNet License Server - nvidia" service was not started. starting it manually ends up in an error message: "Windows could not start the "FlexNet License Server - nvidia" service on "local computer". Error 1067: the process terminated unexpectedly". I already tried to uninstall Tomcat and License Server and reinstall the latest licensing server "NVIDIA-ls-windows-2018.06.0.24304595", didn't help. I also followed this article: https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4111/~/grid-license-server-fails-to-start-due-to-ip-address-change Also no changes. Does anybody have an idea how to solve this problem? Best regards Cedy
Good Morning everyone

Today I managed to get another evaluation license for NVIDIA vGPU. We need to perform further tests with VMWare ESXi and Citrix Xenapp.

So, I tried to import the new license file to the NVIDIA vGPU License server. I recognized that the "FlexNet License Server - nvidia" service was not started. starting it manually ends up in an error message:

"Windows could not start the "FlexNet License Server - nvidia" service on "local computer". Error 1067: the process terminated unexpectedly".

I already tried to uninstall Tomcat and License Server and reinstall the latest licensing server "NVIDIA-ls-windows-2018.06.0.24304595", didn't help.

I also followed this article: https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4111/~/grid-license-server-fails-to-start-due-to-ip-address-change


Also no changes.

Does anybody have an idea how to solve this problem?


Best regards

Cedy

#1
Posted 08/27/2018 09:17 AM   
Hi we had exactly the same issue today. [b]Root cause:[/b] Java x64 [u]and [/u] x86 (=32 bit) has been installed and in control panel we saw that the 64 bit Java is used for system [b]Solution:[/b] + Unistall Java 64 bit, uninstall NVIDIA Licensing server and Tomcat and Reboot + Install Java 32 bit only and make sure it is listed under control panel --> Java --> system + Reinstall NVIDIA Licensing server To sum up: what a horrible product!!!!
Hi we had exactly the same issue today.

Root cause: Java x64 and x86 (=32 bit) has been installed and in control panel we saw that the 64 bit Java is used for system

Solution:

+ Unistall Java 64 bit, uninstall NVIDIA Licensing server and Tomcat and Reboot
+ Install Java 32 bit only and make sure it is listed under control panel --> Java --> system
+ Reinstall NVIDIA Licensing server


To sum up: what a horrible product!!!!

#2
Posted 12/18/2018 09:20 AM   
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