Hello there. I have a 1 year licence for developing with CUDA fortran. So far, on my main system, everything was going great until I hit some snags with hardware and linux upgrades. My code stopped working. I hit on the idea of using docker to setup a linux environment similar to my original one where everything worked fine. I’ve created a docker image but it is having trouble with the licence.
The docker process reports this:
pgfortran: LICENSE MANAGER PROBLEM: No such feature exists. Feature: pgi-f95-lin64 License path: email@example.com:/opt/pgi/license.dat: FlexNet Licensing error:-5,412. System Error: 2 "No such file or directory" For further information, refer to the FlexNet Licensing documentation, available at "www.flexerasoftware.com".
The lmgrd daemon is running outside of the dock. It reports this:
16:27:57 (pgroupd) UNSUPPORTED: "pgi-f95-lin64" (PORT_AT_HOST_PLUS ) root@e611e15f9c9d (License server system does not support this feature. (-18,327))
the LM_LICENSE_FILE env variable for the docker file looks like this:
ENV LM_LICENSE_FILE firstname.lastname@example.org
Is this simply a feature I can’t use? Is it not possible to perform such a request to the daemon?