Get License Details

To see the license details, use the following request:

GET /settings/license.xml
GET /settings/license.json

XML Output Example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
  <valid type="boolean">true</valid>
  <kvm_xen_hv_limit type="integer">14</kvm_xen_hv_limit>
  <kvm_xen_vm_limit type="integer">9999</kvm_xen_vm_limit>
  <vcenter_vm_limit type="integer">9999</vcenter_vm_limit>
  <kvm_xen_core_limit type="integer">9999</kvm_xen_core_limit>
  <vcenter_core_limit type="integer">9999</vcenter_core_limit>
  <integrated_storage_limit type="integer">9999</integrated_storage_limit>
  <trader_allowed type="boolean">false</trader_allowed>
  <supplier_allowed type="boolean">false</supplier_allowed>


type – the type of the license

key  the key of the license

valid – true, if the license is valid, otherwise, false

status – the status of the license that can be valid or invalid

kvm_xen_hv_limit – the limit on XEN/KVM compute resources 

kvm_xen_vm_limit – the limit on the number of virtual servers on XEN/KVM compute resources

vcenter_vm_limit – the limit on the number of virtual servers on vCenter compute resources

kvm_xen_core_limit – the core limit on XEN/KVM compute resources 

vcenter_core_limit – the core limit on vCenter compute resources 

integrated_storage_limit – the limit on the integrated storage disk size measured in GB

trader_status – the status of the trader

trader_allowed – true, if the trader is allowed to use this license (applicable for Federation)

supplier_status – the status of the supplier

supplier_allowed – true, if the supplier is allowed to use this license (applicable for Federation)

Page History

v. 5.6
Added the following parameters: 

  • kvm_xen_hv_limit 
  • kvm_xen_vm_limit
  • vcenter_vm_limit
  • kvm_xen_core_limit
  • vcenter_core_limit
  • integrated_storage_limit 

Removed the core_limit parameter.