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Re: Problems with conserver after OS upgrade

Bryan Stansell bryan@conserver.com
Fri, 5 Jun 2009 17:30:03 GMT

Well, this could be an interesting failure mode with the SSL code, or
something changed such that conserver no longer believes it's running on
the host that's supposed to manage the consoles.  So, it's sending a
redirect but redirecting to itself (under an alternate identity?).

I'd look at the following output for clues:

  conserver -DS
  conserver -V
  console -D <console>

If it's a name mismatch problem, perhaps just looking at the 'master'
entries (if there are any) in your conserver.cf file and making sure
they map to an ip address on your host would be a good first start.

Feel free to send me (directly) any of the info above to help poke
around and figure this out.  It *seems* like a configuration issue, but
it's always possible it's something else.


On Thu, Jun 04, 2009 at 10:48:39PM -0400, Chris Ross wrote:
>   If I run "console -x", I simply get no output.  If I try to console  
> to a console, I get a brief pause followed by:
> console: forwarding level too deep!
>   Interestingly, I'm also seeing the following in the log:
> [Thu Jun  4 22:46:46 2009] conserver (1139): ERROR: FileRead(): SSL  
> error on fd
>   Any idea what's gone wrong?  The console and conserver binaries  
> should be built with the same version of openssl as are on the machine  
> at the moment.  Any other ideas as to what might be causing this issue?
>   Thanks...
>                         - Chris
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