LOCK TABLES `license_document` WRITE;
/*!40000 ALTER TABLE `license_document` DISABLE KEYS */;
INSERT INTO `license_document` VALUES (unhex(md5(uuid())),0,'<license Id="... </ds:Signature></license>');
/*!40000 ALTER TABLE `license_document` ENABLE KEYS */;
# mysql -e "truncate ssg.license_document;"
# mysql ssg < license.sql
# service ssg restart
This is an operation not taken lightly and it is recommended to back up your database before making any changes to it. Broadcom support is not responsible for any manual changes made to your database and recommends reverting to your back up if there are any issues.
If you are having this issue with a 9.2 or higher gateway while migrating to Gateway 10 we recommend looking at this article on updating your license before upgrading.