Originally Posted by invinzin21
Sir's, the problem is i have script and 1 user in different 30 servers that ssh to our main server at the same time. Then after that may account automatically locked. I dont know what is the reason, is it the max connection of 1 user using ssh. Pls help. How to fix this.
I am not sure I follow exactly:
You have a script that ssh's to 30 other servers?
You have a script that ssh's from 30 other machines?
Your account is automatically 'locked'? What does this mean exactly, its not a normal error message someone is going to likely see for this type of activity.
From what I recall about programs like dssh (distributed secure shell, where you 'dssh web' and it will make a ssh connection to all your web family hosts, then if you type 'apachectl restart' it will issue the command on all the hosts and give you output / logging with a prefix of the host name) is that they handle this type of thing quite easily. I would look to the faq's of the dssh like applications, there are a few good ones out there.
If you gave us the os your using and more detail on this 'error' it would be helpful. My guess is that your hitting a ulimit or activating a ids/snort rule that some administrator that is ahead of you on this mischief.