CVM Login Failure

Last updated: 2020-07-01 11:47:42

    Overview

    Many causes can lead to CVM login failure. Causes that can be monitored by Cloud Monitor include overly high CVM bandwidth usage and overly high CVM CPU/memory usage. This document describes how to troubleshoot these two causes.

    Problem Analysis

    The following causes of CVM login failure can be detected by Cloud Monitor:

    Before troubleshooting, check whether the login attempt failed because the entered password was incorrect, you forgot the password, or the password failed to reset.
    If yes, reset the password.

    Solutions

    CVM bandwidth utilization is too high

    Problem: the self-diagnosis tool shows that bandwidth utilization is too high.
    Solutions:

    1. Log in to the CVM instance via VNC.
    2. Check the bandwidth utilization of the instance and troubleshoot accordingly. For more information, see CVM Bandwidth Utilization Is Too High.

    CVM CPU/memory usage is too high

    Problem: the self-diagnosis tool or Cloud Monitor shows that the CPU/memory usage of the CVM instance is too high, and therefore the system cannot establish a remote connection or the connectivity is poor.
    Possible causes: viruses, trojans, third-party anti-virus software, application exceptions, driver exceptions, and automatic software backend updates may lead to high CPU usage, resulting in CVM login failure or slow access.
    Solutions:

    1. Log in to the CVM instance via VNC.
    2. Refer to CVM CPU/Memory Usage Is Too High to identify the process with a high load on the Task Manager page.

    Many causes may lead to CVM login failure. For more information on other causes, see Windows Instance Login Failures or Linux Instance Login Failures.

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