[SunHELP] Can login in single-user mode - can't in regular - could use a nudge
Brian.Dunbar at plexus.com
Tue Oct 25 02:54:50 CDT 2011
It's late, I'm tired. I've got a production problem and could use a nudge.
DMZ host, running three non-global zones. Call from service desk "FTP isn't
SSH connection - hangs.
Login through SC, issue 'console -f'. I can login but am not returned to
shell - it hangs.
Issue break, bring it up in single-user mode. Disk space looks tight but ok.
Restart, same issue as above.
I've set all three non-global autoboot=false, same problem.
>From another Solaris host I ssh ...
# ssh brian.dunbar.admin at hostname
Server had a GSS-API error; the connection will close (458752/2):
No credentials were supplied, or the credentials were unavailable or
No such file or directory
Use the GssKeyEx option to disable GSS-API key exchange and try again.
Disconnecting: The server had a GSS-API error during GSS-API protected SSHv2
So perhaps I do have a disk space problem?
# zpool list
NAME SIZE USED AVAIL CAP HEALTH ALTROOT
rpool 33.8G 28.8G 4.97G 85% ONLINE -
Which is tight but should be okay.
I'm missing something. Comments welcome. Maybe someone could airdrop some
coffee while they're at it.
Systems Administrator - IT
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