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How to Log in to a Storage System Again Soon After the OSM Browser is Shut Down

Publication Date:  2012-07-18 Views:  55 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
After the OSM of the S5000 storage system is logged in to from the browser, the browser is shut down directly but the OSM is not logged out of. When the OSM is logged in to again, a prompt is displayed indicating that a user has logged in to the OSM and the storage system cannot be configured immediately.
Alarm Information
None
Handling Process
Enter the CLI by using the SSH tool. When the system displays a message indicating that a user has logged in to the OSM, press Shift+9 to enter the debug mode. Run the following commands to shut down the /OSM/bin/osp_usr login process, and then start the process again. This fault is rectified on the OSM 3.0. OceanStor:~ # ps -ef |grep osp root 5861 1 0 Jun03 ? 00:00:01 /OSM/bin/osp_usr root 5338 4888 0 10:56 pts/1 00:00:00 grep osp OceanStor:~ # killall osp_usr OceanStor:~ # ps -ef |grep osp root 5416 4888 0 10:56 pts/1 00:00:00 grep osp OceanStor:~ # /OSM/bin/osp_usr
Root Cause
As the browser has no special setting, the operation of shutting down the browser is not fed back to the OSM. To ensure system security, only one user can log in to the OSM at a time. Therefore, the OSM assumes that the user is still online after the browser is shut down directly and does not permit the second login.
Suggestions
This case applies to the scenario that the OSM needs to be logged in to soon after the browser is shut down directly.

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