This article will explain the process of updating an existing license and adding a new license.
Logsign must have access to the following addresses continuously for license verification and updating processes.
If you have Logsign located on an internally isolated network, you can contact us.
Adding a License
After the Logsign installation process, licensing must be performed. You can provide licensing in two different ways.
The licensing screen offers 30 days of use with a demo license.
If you have purchased an existing license, you can license it with a serial key.
After defining the network permissions given in the access permissions section, you can perform the license addition process as follows.
Updating a License
When your Logsign license expires or a new license upgrade is provided, Logsign performs a license check and applies the update every 24 hours.
Instead of waiting for 24 hours, you can manually synchronize the license as follows.
In Case of License Upgrade;
The Logsign System -> License -> Synchronize process is used for license upgrades and updates.
In Case of License Expiration;
If the license expires, instead of waiting for 24 hours for automatic control, we need to establish an ssh connection to the system to perform the process manually.
After establishing the connection and accessing root privileges, you can run the following command.
#Bash: /opt/logsign-venv/bin/logsign-python /opt/focusmeta/scripts/sync.py