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    Hello all,

    I am getting this error when I try and connect to Openfiler storage manager. Openfiler was not setup by me, I inherited it, and when I first came into this role ( for about 2 days) I could access the login screen. Now however, I cannot, all I get is the attached error. I also cannot connect usin PuTTY, the server is on however and nothing has changed that I know of.

    So, nothing has changed, the server is up and all the details are the same, scanning the range shows that Openfiler IS still on that IP. I have rebooted the OpenFiler server (which also involved rebooting 8 VM’s – so not keen on doing that again) but still to no avail.

    I run the below commands and get the below:

    [root@blc-san ~]# /etc/init.d/NetworkManager status
    NetworkManager is stopped -----Should this be started?-------

    [root@blc-san ~]# /etc/init.d/network status
    Configured devices:
    lo bond0 eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3
    Currently active devices:
    lo eth0 eth1 bond0

    I have also run netstat -intpu: see attached

    I hope this info is helpful, and thanks in advance!
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    As a quick update, I lied. The IP is no longer showing on scans and 10.16.46.53 (Openfilers IP) can no longer be Pinged.

    Help?

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    It's been a while since I've managed an OpenFiler box, but as you have root access, it should be relatively easy to troubleshoot using standard Linux commands and procedures.

    Code:
    ifconfig eth0
    (Swap eth0 for eth1 as well)

    This should show the IP configuration for each of those interfaces. Check the obvious - IPs, network mask etc; and also check which interface is connected to the actual network and where at.

    You should be able to restart services using the service command, for example:

    Code:
    service networkmanager restart
    Also check /var/log/messages for any debugging or error info.

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    openfiler screen 2.jpg
    Thanks for the quick reply, i have tried that and ended up with "NetworkManager dead but sybsys locked"

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    Network Manager needs to be running. Try and remove networkmanager lock file from /var/lock/subsys/
    Last edited by Geoff; 3rd October 2012 at 02:45 PM.

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    Hi David (I'm assuming!!).

    Some info on this setup. The system is set up with an Etherchannel/802.3ad Bond on 2 interfaces - so only Bond0 should return an IP (ie. ifconfig bond0).

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    Ello Tony,

    Ok, so an ifconfig on eth1, eth2 and bond0
    Last edited by Divvy1001; 3rd October 2012 at 03:26 PM.

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