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Lonny Balderston
Frequent Advisor

GSP error message

Attempt to access GSP results in message[Request for console write access failed!].
There are no other connections. How does one get around this?
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Michael Elleby III_1
Trusted Contributor

Re: GSP error message

Sounds like a session to the console already existed(?).. you have to take control of the console, by issuing a CTRL+Ecf (You need to do "CTRL+C", then press "E&F" together)

Let me know if this helps..

Mike-

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Lonny Balderston
Frequent Advisor

Re: GSP error message

Attempting to take control of the console (^Ecf) results in error message: [Request for console write access failed!]. Maybe there are hung connections. Seems like the GSP needs a reset.
Michael Elleby III_1
Trusted Contributor
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Re: GSP error message

Mahlon-

To reset the GSP, all you should need to do is issue the command:

stty +resetGSP < /dev/GSPdiag1

Try this and let me know if this helps.

Mike-
Knowledge Is Power
Lonny Balderston
Frequent Advisor

Re: GSP error message

That works, thanks!
Michael Elleby III_1
Trusted Contributor

Re: GSP error message

Glad I could help..

Mike-
Knowledge Is Power
peterlkc
Occasional Visitor

Re: GSP error message

My server has applied os hardening and disable ftp and telnet login, how to continue to fix the "Request for console write access failed".. Thanks