On 7/26/19 12:02 PM, Bob Goodwin wrote:
This morning I am unable to ssh into the samba server. I get an error:
"client_loop: send disconnect: Broken pipe" although I am still able
to access the server files on another connection. Has something
changed recently limiting me to one connection at a time? Or perhaps
Now the nature of my problem has changed. I shut the server down with
the on/off button and restarted it, then instead of the "broken pipe" I
am denied access:
[root@bobg bobg]# ssh bobg(a)192.168.2.8
Last login: Fri Jul 26 14:22:44 2019 from 192.168.2.153
/bin/bash: Permission denied
Connection to 192.168.2.8 closed.
I am still able to ssh connect as root and reset bobg's password, only
to get the same "Permission denied."
This server has been running for several years and has always worked
until now. It still works when mounted from root except now it comes up
read-only and the users can't save files to it. We had a messy power
failure a few days ago but the servers are on an UPS and I had to shut
them down to save battery charge. Dunno if something happened then but
that was about when trouble started ...
Any suggestions appreciated,
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
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