Tru64 4.0F "Too many users logged on already."

Tru64 4.0F "Too many users logged on already."

Post by Jeremy Mai » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 21:14:25



I am remotely logging into Tru64 4.0F running openssh-3.4p1 sshd as a
normal user and I get the following error...

 Too many users logged on already.
 Try again later.
 Connection to host closed by remote host.
 Connection to host closed.

Do you have any idea what might be happening.  I have tried "lmf reset".

Jeremy Main
University of Cape Town

 
 
 

Tru64 4.0F "Too many users logged on already."

Post by rglieb » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 21:58:33




Quote:

> I am remotely logging into Tru64 4.0F running openssh-3.4p1 sshd as a
> normal user and I get the following error...

>  Too many users logged on already.
>  Try again later.
>  Connection to host closed by remote host.
>  Connection to host closed.

> Do you have any idea what might be happening.  I have tried "lmf reset".

Hi,

check the:

MaxConnections                  0
# 0 == number of connections not limited

in sshd_config

Richard

 
 
 

Tru64 4.0F "Too many users logged on already."

Post by Kjell Andrese » Fri, 24 Jan 2003 22:43:52



> I am remotely logging into Tru64 4.0F running openssh-3.4p1 sshd as a
> normal user and I get the following error...

>  Too many users logged on already.
>  Try again later.
>  Connection to host closed by remote host.
>  Connection to host closed.

> Do you have any idea what might be happening.  I have tried "lmf reset".

What is the output of:
# lmf list |grep  -i usr
OSF-USR                   active                            unlimited

You might miss the osf-base licence as well.

--
Mvh Kjell Andresen, UiO/USIT/SAPP/BSD, Boks 1059 Blindern, N-0316 Oslo

 
 
 

Tru64 4.0F "Too many users logged on already."

Post by dark sid » Sat, 25 Jan 2003 22:30:20


Hi,


> I am remotely logging into Tru64 4.0F running openssh-3.4p1 sshd as a
> normal user and I get the following error...

> Too many users logged on already.
> Try again later.
> Connection to host closed by remote host.
> Connection to host closed.

> Do you have any idea what might be happening.  I have tried "lmf reset".

are you able to login any other way (or were you able before)? I have
had this happen because my OSF-BASE license pak was not entered through
the license manager...

Ognen

 
 
 

Tru64 4.0F "Too many users logged on already."

Post by Jeremy Mai » Sun, 26 Jan 2003 00:30:04


Thanks to Hans Schwengeler...

In my case the problem was solved by setting "UsePrivilegeSeparation no"
in the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file.

FYI,
Jeremy

On Fri, 24 Jan 2003, dark side arranged electrons like so:

> Hi,


> > I am remotely logging into Tru64 4.0F running openssh-3.4p1 sshd as a
> > normal user and I get the following error...

> > Too many users logged on already.
> > Try again later.
> > Connection to host closed by remote host.
> > Connection to host closed.

> > Do you have any idea what might be happening.  I have tried "lmf reset".

> are you able to login any other way (or were you able before)? I have
> had this happen because my OSF-BASE license pak was not entered through
> the license manager...

> Ognen

 
 
 

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