Troubleshooting Issues with Virtual Network Terminal Server Daemon vntsd(1M)
(Doc ID 1590708.1)
Last updated on DECEMBER 19, 2023
Applies to:Solaris Operating System - Version 10 6/06 U2 and later
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)
This document provides information on troubleshooting issues with Virtual Network Terminal Server Daemon (vntsd(1M)) in LDom configurations.
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|Confirm SMF service svc:/ldoms/vntsd:default is running and in state 'online'
|Check VCONS setup in LDom configuration
|Report error messages during invocation of 'telnet localhost'
|Collect and check the output of /var/svc/log/ldoms-vntsd:default.log
|Try to restart the vntsd SMF service
|Check the loopback interface and make sure it is marked UP
|Check console log and /var/adm/messages* for any console or vntsd error messages on primary domain
|Check the status of the Domains
|Get pfiles output of the PID of vntsd
|Check devices and permission
|Try to recreate VCC devices manually in case the device for a Guest domain is missing
|Collect a truss on the PID of vntsd
|Check with netstat on the vcc port numbers
|vntsd collects console logs in Solaris 11 primary domains with LDom 3.0 and higher
|You might consider to remove and re-add the vcc
|Additional info to item 'Using Console Groups'
|Possible error messages
|vntsd goes to State: maintenance due to missing /var/log/vntsd
|Troubleshooting issues with console input/output to/from Guest Domain
|Check whether the guest domain is still running