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Re: 2.0.4 Connections Dying

From: Brian E. Seppanen
Subject: Re: 2.0.4 Connections Dying
Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 13:22:23 -0500 (EST)

Doing a debug of an update that hangs gives me the following

***Closing socket 5 from
Deleted item
IPV4 address
Obtained IP address of on socket 5 from accept
Purging Old Connections...
Done purging

And nothing thereafter....  The logs don't even show the decrypt error.

On Tue, 28 Jan 2003, Brian E. Seppanen wrote:

> Hi Folks:
> I've had a couple of occurances where cfengine 2.0.4 on redhat linux 7.3
> or 7.2 has hung, and stopped responding.  Basically my update never
> completes.  The wierd thing is that the update I'm doing is the same one I
> did fifteen minutes previously and it worked just fine.  I've killed the
> cfengine process on the box from which I trigger it, and I've killed
> cfservd on the box that it appears hung on.  What has happened is that the
> socket appears to be wedged in that it stays in a close_wait state
> forever, and I cannot start a new daemon.  I've left it that way for a
> weekend, and it never closes.  My only recourse was to reboot the box,
> which I really hate to do.  What might be causing this?  
> I did get this message in my logs
>                                     Private decrypt failed = block type is 
> not 02 
> Jan 28 09:14:32 HOST cfservd[3502]: Host authorization/authentication failed 
> or access denied
> This is the same host authentication that worked about 15 minutes 
> previously.
> In this situation killing cfservd freed up the socket, and I was able to 
> restart, but I have had two situations on a low memory host where the 
> socket was never freed and I had to reboot.
> Anyone know of a way to force the socket closed without resorting to a 
> reboot?   
> Thanks,
> Brian Seppanen
> address@hidden
> 906-228-4226 ext 23

Brian Seppanen
906-228-4226 ext 23

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