You can view all license information known to the CloudBees CD/RO server from the license list: from the main menu, select.
A single license is typically displayed. The license defines the usage to which your organization is entitled. For explanations of the various CloudBees CD/RO license types, see License types below.
You should have received a license (as a block of text) from CloudBees. If you have not received a license, contact support or your sales representative.
To import a license:
Open the Licenses page: from the main menu, select.
Use a text editor to open the license file.
Select Import on the upper right-hand side of the Licenses page.
The Import License dialog box appears.
Copy and paste the license file text into the Contents field.
Your license information now appears on the Licenses page.
A server license allows you to use only the built-in database. It is packaged with the server and is automatically installed if no other license is present. It restricts you to running only two concurrent steps.
An enterprise license allows you to use an external (alternate) database. You must apply an enterprise license key when you want to configure an alternate database. Restriction and entitlements vary based on your license.
Registered hosts are dedicated hosts on which a procedure or step can always run. This license controls the number of unique registered host names. The
maxRegisteredHosts license file property value sets the maximum number of hosts that can be recorded in the database. Whether those hosts are in the default-zone, behind a gateway, or are proxied hosts, they all count towards this total.
localhost host name and the
127.0.0.1 IP address represent the local agent installed on the CloudBees CD/RO server machine. These are part of the total count for hosts in use with a registered host license.
If multiple steps are running concurrently on the same host, the host name still counts once only toward the license limit. All resources pointing to a single host count as one host.
When a license expires, running jobs are allowed to complete, but no new jobs can be launched.
The following information appears in the License section and applies to all types of licenses.
Name of the company or organization to which the license is granted. If this is not your organization, contact CloudBees Customer Support.
Type of license. For example, Server.
Last day when this license is valid. After your license expires (and after any grace period), running jobs will complete, but no new jobs can be launched.
Grace Period (Days)
Number of days that you may continue using CloudBees CD/RO after the expiration date. (However, you are warned frequently during the grace period that your license has expired.)
Button that you use to view license details of a particular license in the list or to delete a license.
This section lists the particular entitlement categories included in the license along with the current usage for each.
Maximum Concurrent Steps
The maximum number of steps that can run at one time. This entitlement appears on the initial
Concurrent Steps in Use
The number of steps currently running.
Maximum Registered Hosts
Number of registered hosts on which a procedure or step can always run. This entitlement appears when the license on the CloudBees CD/RO server is based on registered hosts.
Registered Hosts In Use
Number of registered hosts where steps are currently running.
Maximum Registered Users
Maximum number of registered users who can use CloudBees CD/RO at a time.
Registered Users In Use
Number of registered users currently using CloudBees CD/RO.