Indicates the number of licenses in each state. Licenses can have the following states:
Available—License is available in the pool and can be assigned to a slot/feature process. For example, a recently added 40-Gbps license to the router is available before it gets checked out by a card.
Allocated—License is assigned to a slot but is unused. In other words, the feature process is not using the license. For example, a 40-Gbps license is allocated to slot 5 if the license was previously used but the card is currently in the shutdown state.
Active—Feature process has checked out a license. Generally this happens when the feature is actively using the license. For example, if a card is in IOS XR RUN state and is passing traffic at 40 Gbps, a 40-Gbps license is in the used state in that slot.
Operational—All licenses that are either active or allocated.
Expired—License has expired. This is applicable only for evaluation licenses or licenses granted by Cisco.