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harmt01
Frequent Advisor

Sorry, the maximum number of active Web sessions has been reached.

I have an RP-4440 with HP-UX 11.11 running.
I get this message on the ILO about one a week and it will only go away after a reboot. Someone said there is a rest button, WHERE?
Is there a fix for this issue?
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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Sorry, the maximum number of active Web sessions has been reached.

Check your firmware version first:

MP:CM> sysrev

MP FW : E.03.32
BMC FW : 04.06
System FW : 46.34


You can either disconnect all users (di) or reset the MP (xd->r) meanwhile via a telnet/ssh/serial connection.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Matti_Kurkela
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Re: Sorry, the maximum number of active Web sessions has been reached.

See Figures 1-12 and 1-21 in the User Service Guide for rp4440:

http://docs.hp.com/en/A9950-96011/ch01s04.html#i1021547

On the rear panel of the server, left of the "local" serial port, there are some air holes. According to the Figure 1-21, the iLO reset button should be accessible through one of those holes.

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