CloudLinux OS Activation Keys

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CloudLinux OS Activation Keys

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Click CloudLinux OS at the top menu to go to CloudLinux OS Activation Keys page. Here you can see server licenses used/limits.

 

CloudLinuxOSActivationKeys

 

The following actions are available:

 

Copy a Default Activation Key to a clipboard. To do so, click Copy below the default key.

Generate a new Activation Key. To do so, click Generate new activation key. Specify the number of servers and some notes if any and click Save Changes to confirm the action or Cancel to close the popup.

Manage servers.

Add server licenses or buy, if only trial product is activated.

Remove unused server licenses. Click Remove unused server licenses to delete all server licenses that are not used to activate a server. Do it to reduce your monthly bill as a customer pays per each server license and NOT per an activated server. Confirm the action in the opened popup by clicking Remove or click Cancel to close the popup.

Go to Activation Key Details page. To do so, click a specific activation key in the table.

 

The table with a list of all CloudLinux OS Activation Keys contains the following columns:

 

Activation key — activation key string. Click activation key to go to Activation Key Details page.

IP range — a range of IP addresses for a particular activation key;

Note — any information you've added to a particular activation key;

Servers (used/limits) — shows how many servers have already been activated with this key (used) and a total number of servers that can be activated with this key (limits).

The following actions are available:

 

filter keys by server limits — click Server Limits and choose a desired number or unlimited;

search for an activation key — type a search query and the table will filter a list of keys;

delete one or several activation keys — tick one or several activation keys or the checkbox in the table header (to select all) and click Bin icon. In the popup, click Remove to confirm the action or Cancel to close popup. Note that Default Activation Key cannot be deleted.

 

CloudLinux Spacewalk

 

Spacewalk is an open-source systems management solution for system provisioning, patching and configuration.

 

If a user bought a license directly via CLN UI (not via vendors), he can use Spacewalk to manage his servers when they have been activated with the activation key.

 

To get to Spacewalk, go to CloudLinux OS → Activation Keys. On the left sidebar menu click Open Servers panel, the CloudLinux Spacewalk application opens in a new tab.

 

CLNUISpaceWalk

 

CloudLinux Activation Key Details Page

 

On the CloudLinux OS Activation Keys page click an activation key string in the table to go to CloudLinux Activation Key Details page.

 

CloudLinuxActivationKeysDetails

 

This page contains the following information:

 

an activation key itself is displayed on the blue background; to copy it to clipboard just click it;

servers (used/limits) — number of servers that have already been activated with this key (used) and a total number of servers that can be registered with this particular key (limits);

note — any information you’ve added to this activation key.

The following actions are available:

 

Edit key. Click Edit Key button. In the opened popup you can change a number of servers that can be activated with this key and enter some notes for your own needs so that you can easily find an activation key when there are a lot of different keys. To apply changes click Save Changes or Cancel to close the popup.

 

EditActivationKey

 

 

Remove key. Click Remove Activation Key button. In the opened popup click Remove to apply changes or Cancel to close the popup. Note that you cannot delete a default activation key.

 

RemoveActivationKey

 

 

Below, there is a table with all servers activated with this activation key. The table contains the following columns:

 

Server name — a host name of the server.

IP — an IP address of the activated server.

Registered — a date when a server was activated. A server sends this information to CLN.

Last check-in — a date of last successful server check-in.

The following actions are available:

 

Filter servers list by date of registration. Click Registered Date and select a date or a period to show servers registered within selected period or date.

Search in the list by a specific text. Type a search query in the search field to show specific servers.

Remove a server from this activation key. In this case, a server will not be able to use CloudLinux OS anymore. To do that, tick server(s) and click Bin icon above the table.