System Administration Guide
Pages: 165, b&w
This tutorial collection details system administration for both single-machine and network license users of Mathematica.
Single-machine licenses are used for standalone installations of
Mathematica (those that do not connect to a license server). For
environments with single-machine licenses, Mathematica system
administration consists of installing and customizing Mathematica.
This tutorial collection contains basic instructions as well as
advanced information for administrators of large sites.
A network license permits a specified number of copies of Mathematica to run concurrently on a network, making Mathematica available to
multiple users and machines. Mathematica system administration in a
network license environment involves setting up two separate
components. First, the Mathematica license manager, MathLM, is
installed on the license server to handle the details of license
activity. Then, Mathematica is installed as a client of MathLM.
System Administration for Network Licenses
What is MathLM? | Installing MathLM | Launching MathLM | Logging MathLM
| Monitoring MathLM | Restricting and Reserving Licenses |
Troubleshooting MathLM | Windows | Unix and Linux | Mac OS X
System Administration for Single-Machine Licenses
Windows | Unix and Linux | Mac OS X