3PAR has exceeded maximum connections on GUI and CLI.

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Im experiencing a situation of "Maximum connections allowed exceeded" and I am unable to connect anymore even to DC the prvious stuck sessions. Does anyone know any way or trick or something to reset/unstuck/clear all connections/sessions on storage? Rebooting Storage is not an option lol.
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Software/Hardware used:
3PAR F200
ASKED: November 18, 2011  4:14 PM
UPDATED: March 6, 2012  6:24 PM

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Have you tried rebooting just the Service Processor? It does not disrupt normal IO processing.

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  • Cogonel
    Well, I don't. The problem was solved, but was because some kind of black magic or voodoo. I will tell what we did: - Went to datacenter and logged in via console; - Rebooted Controller A and later Controller B; (No results) - Ran a healthcheck; (No results and no anomalies) - Started another healtcheck and then unplugged ethernet cables from controllers (Health check has frozen) - After 2 minutes we replugged ethernet cables, and then the healthcheck still frozen, and after about 3 minutes, it finished running. (Then we could access again, both CLI and GUI) So, we have no idea of what exactly steps or wich combination of steps solved the problem. But now that we have Service Processor password, we will try just rebooting service processor next time.
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