Testing phase is wrong calculated ;)
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  1. Reiner030
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I got same messages since today morning on the instance for cron runs:

# kcarectl --info
The IP 148.251.x.x was already used for trialing on 2017-05-12

Since we have today:
# date
Sun May 28 14:04:22 UTC 2017

only 15 of 30 days trial were still taken ;)

(I let run it to test new Debian backports integration you announced for next week)


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  1. 13.06.2017 19:06:39
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Sorry for such late response. 30-days trial license is requested by filling a form on the official site https://www.cloudlinux.com/kernelcare-free-trial5 . It involves creating a CLN-account and registering key with client software (kcrectl tool). The 15-days license may be registered by the client-side software (kcarectl) automatically for the IP-address of the system if no other licensing information is provided. If you do have a CLN-account and a key, then indeed your trial should've been 30 days long, please contact CloudLinux support team. If it was the automatic IP-based trial, then 15 days is the correct period (you can check your IP-based licenses at https://cln.cloudlinux.com/clweb/public/license-lookup.html .
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