Cisco Bug: CSCuj76375 - LDAPUser can't access CLI on Sub VM, after previous login on Primary VM
Oct 14, 2015
- Cisco UCS Central Software
- Cisco UCS Central 1.x
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Symptom: A UCS Central LDAP user will be unable to login via CLI to a clustered UCS Central system, after they have logged in to one of the VM's and then try to login to the other VM in the cluster. Authentication will not succeed and the user will be unable to use CLI on the second VM. Conditions: Consider a UCS Central Cluster where VM A is primary and VM B is subordinate. This issue occurs in the following scenario: 1) User login via CLI to VM A succeeds. User subsequently logs out. 2) Cluster failover from VM A to VM B. 3) User login via CLI to VM B fails.
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