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Putty to MSA 1040 gives sh: write error: No space left on device

 
calzor_suzay
Occasional Visitor

Putty to MSA 1040 gives sh: write error: No space left on device

Hi,

I'm trying to Putty into an MSA 1040 but it gives "sh: write error: No space left on device" and puts me back to the logon. I know the logon is correct as if I do it wrong it says "Login incorrect"

I'm attaching from a 2012 VM server using USB passthrough from an ESX host, I have the MSA driver installed on com3 and it works in another site fine. I also tried from 2008 server and get the same error in putty.

Any ideas?
I need to get in to be able to set the IP adress of the iLO up. It's currently displaying an IP of 10.0.0.2 which I can't get to.

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Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Putty to MSA 1040 gives sh: write error: No space left on device

This most likely means it can't login since no space to write the login info?

calzor_suzay
Occasional Visitor

Re: Putty to MSA 1040 gives sh: write error: No space left on device

In the end there was a problem with the B controller.
It required physically removing and reseating from the chassis to all work properly.

ejfarrar
Occasional Visitor

Re: Putty to MSA 1040 gives sh: write error: No space left on device

This was the first thread I found when I hit this issue on an HPE MSA 2050 so I'll respond here:

The management controller did indeed run out of space for logs on node B for me - I fixed it from Node A by restarting the managment controller on node B with "restart mc b"