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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Alarms and Performance Events Reference 02

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LCS_FILE_NOT_EXIST

LCS_FILE_NOT_EXIST

Description

The LCS_FILE_NOT_EXIST alarm indicates that no license file is installed on the NE.

Attribute

Alarm Severity Alarm Type

Critical

Communication alarm

Parameters

None.

Impact on the System

The equipment enters the default state.

Possible Causes

The possible cause of this alarm is as follows:

  • The equipment starts, but no license file is available.

Procedure

  1. Contact Huawei technical support engineers to install a correct license file on the NE.

Related Information

Definitions of States

Normal state

In the normal state, all the check items of the license file pass the check, and the equipment can properly implement all the functions specified in the license file.

Trial state

In the trial state, the license file fails to be checked for correctness. During the grace period, the equipment can still implement all the functions specified in the license file.

License grace period

The license grace period is the amount of time the features specified in a license file can continue functioning after the license file expires. By default, the license grace period lasts for 60 days.

Default state

In the default state, the integrity check for the license file fails. Ongoing services that use the licensed features are available, but cannot be configured any more. For example, a service that needs to use the licensed features cannot be added or modified.

State Transition

The following figure shows the basic state transition of a license file on an NE.



Table 4-4 provides the major conditions that trigger state transition of a license file.

Table 4-4  State transition of a license file
Original State Final State Trigger Condition

Normal state

Trial state

  • The ESN or V/R version number specified in the license file does not match the ESN or V/R version of the NE, but the license file remains in the grace period.
  • The installed license file expires but remains in the grace period.

Default state

The installed license file expires and its grace period also expires.

Trial state

Normal state

The correct license file is installed.

Default state

The installed license file expires and its grace period also expires.

Default state

Trial state

  • The ESN or V/R version number specified in the license file does not match the ESN or V/R version of the NE, but the license file remains in the grace period.
  • The installed license file expires but remains in the grace period.

Normal state

The correct license file is installed.

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Updated: 2019-01-21

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