Keep all the license files with .lic extension in a folder and point the folder in lmtools instead of a file
Thanks but I dont think that it solves my problem. I described my goal insufficiently:
I want to test that an application works properly when having specific license set in use. E.g. the behaviour of the application is different when having license set A, license set B and license set C. I could install license server on three different workstations and have separate license set on each of them.
However, in order to save my time when setting up and maintaining these three license server workstations (and to save virtualization capacity), I would like to have three license server services running on a single workstation in a way that I can specify my application to use either license set A, B or C. Is that possible?
Message was edited by: anssi_heikkila (fixed a typo)
Yes, you can set up multiple license services on a single server. By this I mean one for Mentor, and (for example) one for Matlab, Synopsys and Orcad. Make sure to have only one vendor daemon process running for each of these product at any one time. Then Mentor daemon is mgcld.
yes you can configure in one system like that
but keep "start server at powerup" disabled for all the services and start services manually depending on your need
and make sure that only one service is up at any time as Joy suggested