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tod_r_oace
Flexera beginner

Could lmgrd be enhanced to log lmstat requests?

It would be very helpful if lmgrd (or all the vendor daemons?) would log lmstat request activity. We have tried to reduce our lmstat volume but suspect we still have significant amount left. But because there is no log detail we have no idea how much is left or where it's coming from. It seems like it would be just a few lines of additional code and a lot of benefit.

Log event detail should include:

  • That an lmstat requested was received.
  • The time it was received.
  • What hostname and/or IP address sent the request.

Thanks for considering this enhancement.

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Flexera aparashar1
Flexera

Re: Could lmgrd be enhanced to log lmstat requests?

Dear @tod_r_oace , i must advise you to login the enhancement request as a new Support ticket, as this community forum is more suitable for a quick assistance with end users/publishers query.

I m afraid that any enhancement request has to be properly initialized through th support channels and later brought under engineering's advisement for consideration.

It will also help engineering to determine the priority/severity of the request, if you can share the specific business need that this enhancement will solve.

(Anything expressed here is my own view and not necessarily that of my employer, Flexera. If my reply answers a question you have raised, please click "ACCEPT AS SOLUTION".)
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tod_r_oace
Flexera beginner

Re: Could lmgrd be enhanced to log lmstat requests?

I was told by someone else there to come here and state my request as I don't have access to create an FNP request.

Now what?

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Flexera aparashar1
Flexera

Re: Could lmgrd be enhanced to log lmstat requests?

Then if your organisation still has an active Support contract with the Flexera Support, then you can have a new case/enhancement opened for your account. Kindly share the Account name and a registered Name under our records.

(Anything expressed here is my own view and not necessarily that of my employer, Flexera. If my reply answers a question you have raised, please click "ACCEPT AS SOLUTION".)
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