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After removing HNAS Node from Cluster, how to start the local SMU on the Node?

Question asked by Alexander Schneider on Nov 19, 2013
Latest reply on Dec 28, 2013 by Bulent Iliman



After removing a Node from an HNAS Cluster, how do i start the local SMU on the Node itself? When joining the Cluster, it got disabled.

So right now, when connecting to that node via SSH and user "manager" or "supervisor", i only receive

send: Connection refused

Failed to establish SSC connection


I saw that the service /etc/init.d/smu was set to "disabled" and so i enabled it, it is now running, but still i get the ssc error.

Any other command i have to type?

How do i get the single Node running?