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Kayz Lv1Posted 15 Nov 2023 21:57

Anyone know how to fix the issue cannot login HCI ( Login Failed ). status is "failed to load resource : the server responded with a status of 500 ( internal server error )"
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Usman Aslam Lv1Posted 21 Nov 2023 13:44
  
Hi,

Check Server Status:
Ensure that the server hosting the HCI is operational. Verify that other services on the server are running without issues.
If its Operational then Restart your Machine It will resolve
SassyScorpio Lv2Posted 21 Nov 2023 16:05
  
The "Login Failed" issue with an "internal server error" (status 500) in HCI (Hyper-Converged Infrastructure) typically indicates a problem with the server-side configuration. Here are some steps to address this:

1. Check network connectivity:Ensure your network connection is stable. A weak or intermittent connection could cause login issues.

2.Clear cache and cookies: Sometimes, clearing your browser's cache and cookies resolves login problems. Try logging in using an incognito/private browsing window or a different browser to rule out browser-related issues.

3. Verify server status:Check if the HCI server is operational. Internal server errors could result from server-side problems, maintenance, or technical issues. Contact your system administrator or technical support if this is the case.

4. Restart services:Restarting the services related to the HCI might help. Check the documentation or contact support for guidance on how to restart specific services associated with the HCI system.

5. Check logs for details:Access server logs or error logs to get more specific information about the internal server error. This information can help identify the root cause of the issue.

6. Update software:Ensure your HCI software is up-to-date. Sometimes, outdated software versions can cause compatibility issues leading to login failures.

7. Contact support:If none of the above steps resolve the issue, it might be necessary to contact the HCI provider's support team. They can provide further guidance, troubleshoot, and potentially offer a solution or workaround for the login problem.
you can isolate the issue and possibly resolve the "Login Failed" problem with the internal server error in HCI.
mdamores Lv2Posted 22 Nov 2023 10:18
  
Please see troubleshooting steps below:

1. check server status and ensure that the server is you are trying to connect is up and running.
2. check and review the server logs for any error messages or stack traces that might give more details about the issue. Logs are usually located in a directory like "/var/log" on Linux systems
3. Check network connectivity to see if there's no issue between the connectivity of your device and the server
4. Try to Clear Browser cache
5. check if the browser is compatible and supported. In some cases, you need to update your browser to the latest version to resolve the issue
6. update software version of both the client and the server
7. ensure that the user account you are using have necessary permission to access the server
8. if all else fails, please reach out to Sangfor TAC support for immediate resolution of the issue
Farina Ahmed Lv5Posted 22 Nov 2023 14:23
  
The "failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 500 (internal server error)" message typically indicates a problem on the server side rather than with your specific login credentials. The 500 internal server error suggests an issue with the server's configuration or operation. It could be due to various reasons such as misconfigured server settings, database problems, or code errors. Contact the support team or system administrator responsible for managing the aCloud HCI system.
RegiBoy Lv5Posted 23 Nov 2023 11:55
  
Verify Server Status:
Verify the HCI's hosting server's functionality. Check to see if the server's other services are operating without any problems.
If it's operational, restarting your computer will fix the issue.
isabelita Lv3Posted 23 Nov 2023 11:56
  
Look into the server logs for more detailed error messages. The logs may provide information about what specifically went wrong. Common locations for logs are in the server's log directory or in the event viewer.
Racoon Lv2Posted 23 Nov 2023 11:56
  
Check the configuration files for the server application, including any settings related to authentication. Ensure that the configuration is correct and matches the requirements of your setup.
RobertonY Lv2Posted 23 Nov 2023 11:56
  
Sometimes, restarting the server can resolve temporary issues. Try restarting the server hosting the HCI application.
Fuji12 Lv3Posted 23 Nov 2023 11:56
  
If the application relies on a database, ensure that the database connection is working correctly. Check the database server logs for any errors.

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