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Openfiler service failes on boot

Posted on 2011-09-16
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I was needing some help trobleshooting this problem. I have openfiler 2.3 loaded on an hp ml350 and was running just fine, did a big transfer to it whitch transfered fine. I did find that in the web UI it was showing the server ram peged at 99%. The transfer was done so i bumped the server and now I can not get into the Web UI. I can get to the shares and and ssh to it, So I ssh'ed to it and did a "service --status-all" its showing that the openfiler service is not started, i tryed to restart the service and it failes.

looked at the logs "/var/log/openfiler/httpd error_log" the only thing its saying is that the RSA key is a mismatch from the server name.

Would this keep openfiler service from starting? i would not thank so as its is also showing this error at the time when the Web UI was working.

Any help would be good...  Thanks
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arnold earned 2000 total points
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Yes, since the web is accessed using https://
You can regenerate the certificate if you need to without impacting the data.
https://forums.openfiler.com/viewtopic.php?id=1516
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by:gene58
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Thank you for the input, I will give this a try as I found this as well. I have not done this yet because i was getting the cert error to start with, and everything was working correctly other then that.This is why its hard to see this causing it just to stop working.

I will report back if this fixes this. In the mean time any other input would be good.

Thanks again.
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by:gene58
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This looks like it was resolved, thanks for your hlep.
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