Able to start interactive application / desktop without issue. If I disconnect / close out my browser, login go to “My interactive sessions”, click button “launch desktop”. I get “New connection has been rejected with reason: Authentication failed”. Try again, go to “My interactive sessions” page, refresh the page and try again same error, until 4th try I get “New connection has been rejected with reason: Too many
authentication failures. Connections temporarily blocked”.
Rocky Linux 8
selinux currently in permissive
I’ve seen few posts similar to this issue but none with a workaround or resolution.
When I close out of my webbrowser and login and try to relaunch the desktop the url password is still the same. To get around “grep ^password connection.yml” and replace the new random password in the url and I can reconnect.
How is the url generated and password slurped in between re-launches?
Thank you for the response. This is not the issue I am experiencing.
After clicking launch button the url password is not getting updated with current content in connection.yml. After every successful connection, the connection.yml is updated with a new random password.
We experienced the same issue because our OnDemand node was VM and jobs were
launched over GPFS compute. We had the same issue with connections.yml not updating/syncing
GPFS vs NFS mounted GPFS. After trying everything, we decided to switch the OnDemand node
to have IB and mount GPFS directly which solved the issue.
But I am curious to see if you figured out the underlying shared storage issue and was it related to NFS?