[SunRay-Users] Upgrade to SRSS 5.1 / VDI 3.2.2 resulted in 100% outage

Craig Bender Craig.Bender at oracle.com
Wed Mar 2 16:22:49 EET 2011


You have to run uttscadm -c -g <group>

This step is documented in the how to upgrade SRWC section of the doc.

On 3/2/11 3:20 AM, Mika A wrote:
> Back at work..
>
> On Tuesday 01 March 2011 14:42:00 craig.bender at oracle.com wrote:
>> You need to rerun uttscadm again.
>
> I did run "uttscadm -r" and while I don't see uttsc syntax errors anymore in
> the log, I now see these:
>
> Mar  2 12:55:45 sunvdi-broker-03 kioskcritd[18515]: [ID 190395 user.info]
> kioskcritd started
> Mar  2 12:55:45 sunvdi-broker-03 kiosk:vda[18593]: [ID 702911 user.error]
> /opt/SUNWuttsc/bin/uttsc exited with error code 1 - exiting
> Mar  2 12:55:45 sunvdi-broker-03 Sun Ray Connector proxy:[2329]: [ID 297250
> user.warning] SRDS access by peer process denied
> Mar  2 12:55:45 sunvdi-broker-03 kiosk:vda[17992]: [ID 702911 user.notice]
> Unable to connect to Sun Ray Connector Proxy. Please ensure uttscadm has been
> run before launching the Sun Ray Connector.
> Mar  2 12:55:45 sunvdi-broker-03 kiosk:vda[18666]: [ID 702911 user.error]
> /opt/SUNWuttsc/bin/uttsc exited with error code 1 - exiting
> Mar  2 12:55:45 sunvdi-broker-03 Sun Ray Connector proxy:[2329]: [ID 297250
> user.warning] SRDS access by peer process denied
> Mar  2 12:55:45 sunvdi-broker-03 kiosk:vda[18293]: [ID 702911 user.notice]
> Unable to connect to Sun Ray Connector Proxy. Please ensure uttscadm has been
> run before launching the Sun Ray Connector.
>
> So obviously at least now I need to run uttscadm but since I already ran it
> with "uttscadm -r" and that didn't help, should I now run it with "uttscadm -c
> -g<group>"? And since I've never done anything like that, is the group this
> one (from /etc/group):
>
> srwcgrp::88000:
>
> Thanks!
>
>
> .mika
>
>
> PS. As a sidenote, regarding the system as a whole, I am once again amazed how
> fragile the thing is. We have a fully supported VDI system to which I did an
> upgrade following the Update Installation document and the end result was a
> total blackout for users, which has now lasted for two days.. These things can
> happen but these happen way too often and they last for WAY too long..
>
>
> .mika
>
>
>> On Mar 1, 2011, at 1:22 AM, Mika A<mika at kyamk.fi>  wrote:
>>> Joop,
>>>
>>> we upgraded our standard, Sun/Oracle supported environment from VDI
>>> 3.2 to VDI
>>> 3.2.2 and after the upgrade NONE of our DTUs can connect to their
>>> desktops
>>> (Windows VMs on VBox hosts).
>>>
>>> The problem seems to have something to do with uttsc, as we get
>>> quite a lot of
>>> these in messages-log:
>>>
>>> Mar  1 11:10:44 sunvdi-broker-02 Sun Ray Connector proxy:[18237]:
>>> [ID 855542
>>> user.error] Child closed socket prematurely, session shutdown
>>> Mar  1 11:10:44 sunvdi-broker-02 Sun Ray Connector proxy:[18277]:
>>> [ID 855542
>>> user.error] Child closed socket prematurely, session shutdown
>>> Mar  1 11:10:44 sunvdi-broker-02 kiosk:vda[18586]: [ID 702911
>>> user.error]
>>> /opt/SUNWuttsc/bin/uttsc exited with error code 1 - exiting
>>> Mar  1 11:10:44 sunvdi-broker-02 kiosk:vda[18650]: [ID 702911
>>> user.error]
>>> /opt/SUNWuttsc/bin/uttsc exited with error code 1 - exiting
>>> Mar  1 11:10:45 sunvdi-broker-02 Sun Ray Connector proxy:[19023]:
>>> [ID 855542
>>> user.error] Child closed socket prematurely, session shutdown
>>> Mar  1 11:10:45 sunvdi-broker-02 kiosk:vda[19269]: [ID 702911
>>> user.error]
>>> /opt/SUNWuttsc/bin/uttsc exited with error code 1 - exiting
>>> Mar  1 11:10:46 sunvdi-broker-02 Sun Ray Connector proxy:[20988]:
>>> [ID 855542
>>> user.error] Child closed socket prematurely, session shutdown
>>>
>>> Oracle Support is currently wondering the thing but I was wondering
>>> if someone
>>> had seen this this before?
>>>
>>> The upgrade itself went perfectly, no problems there, and the system
>>> works
>>> otherwise normally.
>>
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