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The information on this page refers to License Statistics v4.21 or newer, which renamed the Realtime Utilization grid in the Reports page to Current Utilization. If you are using an earlier version of License Statistics, please refer to the documentation for releases prior to v4.21.

To see a report on percentage of utilization, select the Current Utilization tab from the Reports page.

The Current Utilization report shows information about the feature utilization on monitored license servers or license server groups for a particular moment. By reviewing this grid, you can quickly get a picture of which features may be overused or are nearing overuse and plan your purchasing accordingly.

Note: Because the Current Utilization grid shows realtime information, you may not see the same data after some time. Use the Utilization History tab for a comparison of historical data.

The captured moment is calculated using the query interval setting in seconds, times two, minus one. 


If your query interval is set to 2 minutes, the calculation will be:

120 seconds * 2 - 1 = 239 seconds

License usage information

The license usage information includes the following:

Column NameDescription

The percentage of license use for the feature.  

The percentage of use is calculated as Used Licenses divided by Total Licenses, times 100%. For example, if you have 5 Used Licenses and 10 Total Licenses, the Utilization is 5 / 10 * 100% = 50%.   

The color of the text in the Utilization column helps you quickly recognize the level of utilization: 

  1. Red: 90% - 100% utilization
  2. Yellow: 70% to 89% utilization
  3. Green: 0% to 69% utilization
UsedThe number of used licenses for the feature.
TotalThe total number of licenses for the feature.

You can add this report to the License Statistics Dashboard. Learn more about customizing the Dashboard.

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