last boot reason: Unknown configuration register: 0x1 slb-ace01-02 kernel uptime is 3 days 15 hours 43 minute(s) 30 second(s)
those module are in failover mode?
since few days an issue appear on the standby module, we can't access the module with remote access (radius) and on the console access we just have a cli with exit command allowed and an error message :
Process did not respond within the expected timeframe, please try again.
Error getting profile for user admin_0
Error: Role-domain checking init failed
we have decided to reboot it and so failover the only context master on this module, after this every think come back as normal.
But the master module has the same issue actually, it is the master for all context.
it seams that we are locked out all management functions. there are no core dump or any log that explain why.
This can happen when one or more of the CP processes are too busy to handle the connection. There were a couple of enhancements added in A2(1.6) software to allow the login to work. I would recommend an upgrade to A2(2.3) on your modules to get those, and many more, fixes.
Once in this state, it is probably impossible to tell what process is busy as the CLI will not allow you to debug the issue. It is typically due to cfgmgr and/or aclmerged. There have been some enhancments to allow the CLI to still work. I would recommned going to A2(2.3). Also, A2(2.4) has also just been posted.
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