NetBackup Appliance CLISH (Command Line Interface SHell) produces errors when selecting certain options
|Article:TECH215844|||||Created: 2014-03-16|||||Updated: 2014-03-20|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH215844|
Many NetBackup Appliance CLISH operations do not work and result in an error.
There are various error messages produced by the CLISH when this issue is present, these errors include:
-[Error] Failed to execute remote calls on host ‘localhost’ check if this node is part of the appliance using ‘appliance->listnodes"
-Not able to fetch data for node
-[Info] ERROR - Error running remote calls, err: -2
The messages log may produce the following error:
-sshd[PID]: Authentication refused: bad ownership or modes for directory /root
NetBackup Appliance 52xx (2.6, 2.6.0.x)
This issue can be caused by either of the following:
1. SSH Key mismatch between root and AppComm. This can be caused after running ' ssh-keygen ' on an elevated ' root ' login. This command will then update the /root/.ssh/id_rsa and id_rsa.pub files, causing a mismatch from those in the /home/AppComm/.ssh/ folder.
2. Permissions\mode of " /root " directory have been modified from the default setting of 700 (drwx------). NB: This problem can occur with Appliance versions 2.5.x
Solution 1 :- If the issue is caused by the SSH key mismatch, to correct the problem the id_rsa and id_rsa.pub files can be copied from the /home/AppComm/.ssh/ directory to the /root/.ssh/ directory, but first ensure backup copies are made prior to the copy.
Solution 2 :- If the issues are being caused by the mode of /root being changed, the following should be verified:
From the Elevated Maintenance Command Line, run:
ls -ld /root
And ensure that the mode is set to the default 700 as per:
drwx------ 16 root root 4096 Mar 15 14:42 /root
Any other deviation of these modes can cause an issue. These permissions should not be changed, and must remain 700 (drwx------).
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH215844