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Smart Start 7.40

Florian Penger
Occasional Advisor

Smart Start 7.40

Hi I recently tried to use the ACU (Array Configuration Utility) with the Smart Start 7.40 CD.

After accessing the ACU I always get the error massage: "The connection was refused when attempting to contact 127.0.0.1:2381"

NICs are working fine.

Anyone got any suggestions?

Thanks, Flo
8 REPLIES
Guy Humphreys
Valued Contributor

Re: Smart Start 7.40

Have you got any firewall software running that could be blocking port 2381?

HTH
Guy

'If it ain't broke, don't fix it!'
Florian Penger
Occasional Advisor

Re: Smart Start 7.40

No there is nothing installed yet on the server...
I only inserted and booted the Smart Start CD.
So there can´t be any software running yet.

But thanks for the hint...
Martin Breidenbach
Honored Contributor

Re: Smart Start 7.40

Port 2381 is https, 2301 http (redirects to 2381) - did you use https or http ?
Guy Humphreys
Valued Contributor

Re: Smart Start 7.40

Flo,

What server model have you got?
and is there an OS installed yet?
if so what is it?

Cheers
Guy
'If it ain't broke, don't fix it!'
Florian Penger
Occasional Advisor

Re: Smart Start 7.40

Hi,

it´s a DL360 G3 with an 5i RAID-Controller onboard.
The system is brand new, so there never was any OS installed on the machine.
I really don´t know what is going wrong there.
The same CD also worked in DL380G4 so it can´t be the CD.

Thanks in advance
Patrick Terlisten
Honored Contributor

Re: Smart Start 7.40

Hi,

did you tried an older version of the SmartStart CD?

Regards,
Patrick
Best regards,
Patrick
BIHAN
Frequent Advisor

Re: Smart Start 7.40

similar problem with smartstart 8.40

the interface is composed of X11, firefox and apache.

1) break X11 with ctrl - alt - backspace

2) wait a bit, hit enter, you are on a Linux console

3)cd /etc/init.d/boot.d
restart the script beginning at the Sxxboot.hardwaredisvovery. On the 8.40 CD its S50boot.hardwaredisvovery

for a in S[5-9]
do
./$a start
done

... et voilà
BIHAN
Frequent Advisor

Re: Smart Start 7.40

errata , it's

for a in S[5-9]*
do
./$a start
done