root access in multiple place

I am not sure whether someone else logged into the filer.

Some reason it does not let me to log in as root.

is there anyway I can fid out or force other user out ?

Re: root access in multiple place

You can find out if someone recently logged in if you can access the /etc/log directory of the filer in any way (CIFS share/NFS export). In the file /etc/log/auditlog, search for entries like the following:

     Tue Jul 23 16:39:12 CEST [sshd_0:debug]: root:START:ssh2 shell:[]:password

To force a logout of a logged-in user, run the following command from an administrative host:

     someuser@somehost:~$ ssh root@filer logout telnet

It will either force a logout if an interactive session is active, or report "No active telnet session is present".  Don't get confused because it says "telnet": it works for both telnet and SSH sessions.