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How to Troubleshoot the Fault that the Admin Password of the S2600 (V1R1) Fails to be Saved?

Publication Date:  2012-07-20 Views:  52 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
On a deployment site, the admin password of an S2600 (V1R1) is forgotten and needs to be reset. According to the operation guide, run the password admin command behind the AK-I:~ # prompt to change the password. After that, run the os_coffer_auth.sh save command to save the change. The operation fails. The following information is displayed:
[OS_SaveAuthenication]Can not find /OSM/log_conf_local/conf dir,fail!
[os_coffer_auth.sh]OS_SaveAuthenication Error!
 
Alarm Information
None
Handling Process
Wait for a while until the a message is displayed after the AK-I:~ # prompt to indicate you to reset the password. After that, run the os_coffer_auth.sh save command to save the change. The operation succeeds. The following information is displayed:
--------save Auth---------
Create coffer blk dev
Create coffer blk dev
OS_WriteP2Coffer cp -f passwd /OSM/log_conf_local_resume/conf/
OS_WriteP2Coffer cp -f shadow /OSM/log_conf_local_resume/conf/
OS_WriteP2Coffer cp -f group /OSM/log_conf_local_resume/conf/
OS_WriteP2Coffer cp -f utopuserinfo.ini /OSM/log_conf_local_resume/conf/
OS_WriteP2Coffer cp -f md5sum_ps /OSM/log_conf_local_resume/conf/
Save the passwd succ!
Root Cause
The admin password is saved in coffer. When the password is being changed in this example, the coffer has not been started up.  
Suggestions
In this example, the admin password is changed immediately after the AK-I login message is displayed after the S2600 restarts. At this time, the coffer has not been started up. Therefore, you need to wait for a while after the coffer starts up and then to save the changed password.  

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