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PostPosted: Mon Feb 10, 2014 2:10 pm    Post subject: nuke lincence counting problem Reply with quote

Hi, I have some issues with the way rr counts licenses of nuke during rendering.

I have 40 rendering licenses , I initially setup rr to limit to 40, and when there is enough rendering running, jobs tend to be sent that make the total number go over 40, which leads to errors in jobs like :
FLEXlm : Error : Maximum user counted exceeded.

I suspected there was a delta so i tried to put my limit to 39, the problem remains the same.

This morning, the problem happened while i was in front of rr so i took a screenshot, we can see the counted lincence is 39 ( max=39) but there are 41 machines rendering nuke.

[img]http://www.casimages.com/img.php?i=140210021724589004.png[/img]
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