This message occurs when the number of times a user tries to open a file over a TCP connection is exceeded. This request and any further requests to open the same file by the user are denied until some open instances of the file are closed. This typically indicates abnormal application behavior.
- Corrective Action
Inspect the application running on the client using this TCP connection. The client might be operating incorrectly due to the application running on it. Rebooting the client might also be helpful. In some cases, clients are operating as expected but require a higher threshold, which you can set using the (privilege: advanced) "cifs option modify -max-opens-same-file-per-tree" command.
- Syslog Message
Received too many open file requests for the same file by one user on a connection: clientIP:port %s:%d, file "%s" on share "%s", vserver: "%s". Object type is: %s with UUID: %s.
IpAddress (STRING): IP address of the client from which open requests are denied.
port (INT): Port number of the client from which the connection has been established.
filePath (STRING): Path of the file that cannot be opened.
shareName (STRING): Name of the share that holds the file.
vserverName (STRING): Vserver associated with this operation.
object_type (STRING): Type of resource object.
object_uuid (STRING): UUID of the resource object.