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Re: new installation error

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Author Andreas Thienemann <andreas at thienemann dot net>
Full name Andreas Thienemann <andreas at thienemann dot net>
Date 2003-03-13 15:57:13 PST
Message Hi Matt,

On Tue, 11 Mar 2003, Matthew Valites wrote:

> >[Sun Mar 09 15:56:52 2003] [notice] Result = <Fault 1000: 'No compatible
> >channels found for client: login()'>
> Were you able to get any further on this? I haven't heard from anybody
> else and was wondering if you were successful in determining the cause
> of it.
Jupp. Somewhat. I know what causes it but I do not know why this happens.

The problem is not the client architecture but the redhat release.
The server has a channel which serves the 8.0.94 rpms. This channel is
named "redhat-8.0.94".
A client with 8.0.93 shows the symptoms but after upgrading the
redhat-release to 8.0.94 and reregistering everything works fine.

What is strange however:
Another channel, called custom-rpms which has the architecture set to i386
and the release to 8.0 however fails with a 8.0 client. Same symptomes...

Next thing: this channel does not appear when calling --show-channels.
What decides when a channel is shown and when not?


And another suggestion: It would be good to note in the documentation that
the CURRENT-CA-CERT file needs to contain the whole certification chain if
the certificate is not self-signed.
I signed the server cert with our private Root-CA which resulted in the
server-certification check failing. took me a while to find the reason for
that.

But now most of the current system is working and I've gotta say: thanks
for this program. I haven't tried it yet on a large scale but it looks as
if it could make my life easier... ;)

bye,
 andreas


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Re: new installation error

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Author Andreas Thienemann <andreas at thienemann dot net>
Full name Andreas Thienemann <andreas at thienemann dot net>
Date 2003-03-11 13:51:03 PST
Message On Tue, 11 Mar 2003, John Berninger wrote:

> Current is reporting the client attempting to connect as an 8.0
> platform, not a 7.3 platform. What is the value of the "release" field
> in the channel configuration? i386 is the correct arch - i686 will not
> work as it is not a "canonical" arch - i386 is the canonical arch for
> i686.
Probable misunderstanding here.

The reported architecture is from my error log. I've been testing it with
an 8.0 release.

The original poster probably was using 7.3...

bye,
 andreas (struggeling with SSL)


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Re: new installation error

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Author jwbernin
Full name John Berninger
Date 2003-03-11 13:17:57 PST
Message On Tue, 11 Mar 2003, Matthew Valites wrote:

> client:
> [root@jesse-stone incoming]# uname -a
> Linux jesse-stone.nfic.com 2.4.18-3 #1 Thu Apr 18 07:37:53 EDT 2002 i686
> unknown
>
> It's a stock RH7.3 install. In the config file on the server, I used
> i386, since it explicity stated to not used i686. When it didn't work,
> I tried substituting in i686, but that still gave errors.
        Current is reporting the client attempting to connect as an 8.0
platform, not a 7.3 platform. What is the value of the "release" field
in the channel configuration? i386 is the correct arch - i686 will not
work as it is not a "canonical" arch - i386 is the canonical arch for
i686.

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Re: new installation error

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Author Matthew Valites <mvalites at banta-im dot com>
Full name Matthew Valites <mvalites at banta-im dot com>
Date 2003-03-11 11:50:36 PST
Message John Berninger wrote:

>What arch did you use for this channel in your config file?
>
>
client:
[root@jesse-stone incoming]# uname -a
Linux jesse-stone.nfic.com 2.4.18-3 #1 Thu Apr 18 07:37:53 EDT 2002 i686
unknown

It's a stock RH7.3 install. In the config file on the server, I used
i386, since it explicity stated to not used i686. When it didn't work,
I tried substituting in i686, but that still gave errors.

Thanks,
~Matt

>On Sun, 09 Mar 2003, Andreas Thienemann wrote:
>
>
>
>>Same problem here.
>>
>>I'm seeing the following message in the apache error_log:
>>
>>[Sun Mar 09 15:56:52 2003] [notice] Result = <Fault 1000: 'No compatible
>>channels found for client: login()'>
>>
>>And the current.log basically has the same problem finding the correct
>>architecture.
>>
>>Mar 09 15:56:52
>>/usr/share/c​urrent/packagedb.py:​getCompatibleChannel​s({'client_release':​
>>'8.0', 'client_arch': 'i686'})
>>Mar 09 15:56:52 /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch':
>>'i686'})
>>Mar 09 15:56:52 Result is a Fault
>>Mar 09 15:56:52 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, sendClientResult(),
>>253): Data sent.
>>Mar 09 15:56:52 sendClientResult() finished
>>
>>
>>The permissions should be okay as everything is readable by apache.
>>
>>Is there any further information I could offer?
>>
>>bye,
>> andreas
>>
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Re: new installation error

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Author jwbernin
Full name John Berninger
Date 2003-03-11 08:08:21 PST
Message What arch did you use for this channel in your config file?

On Sun, 09 Mar 2003, Andreas Thienemann wrote:

>
> Same problem here.
>
> I'm seeing the following message in the apache error_log:
>
> [Sun Mar 09 15:56:52 2003] [notice] Result = <Fault 1000: 'No compatible
> channels found for client: login()'>
>
> And the current.log basically has the same problem finding the correct
> architecture.
>
> Mar 09 15:56:52
> /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:getCompa​tibleChannels({'clie​nt_release':
> '8.0', 'client_arch': 'i686'})
> Mar 09 15:56:52 /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch':
> 'i686'})
> Mar 09 15:56:52 Result is a Fault
> Mar 09 15:56:52 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, sendClientResult(),
> 253): Data sent.
> Mar 09 15:56:52 sendClientResult() finished
>
>
> The permissions should be okay as everything is readable by apache.
>
> Is there any further information I could offer?
>
> bye,
> andreas
>
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Re: new installation error

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Author Andreas Thienemann <andreas at thienemann dot net>
Full name Andreas Thienemann <andreas at thienemann dot net>
Date 2003-03-11 08:03:51 PST
Message Hi Matt,

On Tue, 11 Mar 2003, Matthew Valites wrote:

> Were you able to get any further on this? I haven't heard from anybody
> else and was wondering if you were successful in determining the cause
> of it.
Not yet, I was busy the weekend. But I'll look into it later tonight.

bye,
 andreas


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Re: new installation error

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Author Matthew Valites <mvalites at banta-im dot com>
Full name Matthew Valites <mvalites at banta-im dot com>
Date 2003-03-11 07:55:35 PST
Message Andreas,

Were you able to get any further on this? I haven't heard from anybody
else and was wondering if you were successful in determining the cause
of it.

Thanks,
~Matt

Andreas Thienemann wrote:

>Same problem here.
>
>I'm seeing the following message in the apache error_log:
>
>[Sun Mar 09 15:56:52 2003] [notice] Result = <Fault 1000: 'No compatible
>channels found for client: login()'>
>
>And the current.log basically has the same problem finding the correct
>architecture.
>
>Mar 09 15:56:52
>/usr/share/curre​nt/packagedb.py:getC​ompatibleChannels({'​client_release':
>'8.0', 'client_arch': 'i686'})
>Mar 09 15:56:52 /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch':
>'i686'})
>Mar 09 15:56:52 Result is a Fault
>Mar 09 15:56:52 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, sendClientResult(),
>253): Data sent.
>Mar 09 15:56:52 sendClientResult() finished
>
>
>The permissions should be okay as everything is readable by apache.
>
>Is there any further information I could offer?
>
>bye,
> andreas
>
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Re: new installation error

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Author Andreas Thienemann <andreas at thienemann dot net>
Full name Andreas Thienemann <andreas at thienemann dot net>
Date 2003-03-09 07:02:06 PST
Message Same problem here.

I'm seeing the following message in the apache error_log:

[Sun Mar 09 15:56:52 2003] [notice] Result = <Fault 1000: 'No compatible
channels found for client: login()'>

And the current.log basically has the same problem finding the correct
architecture.

Mar 09 15:56:52
/usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:getCompa​tibleChannels({'clie​nt_release':
'8.0', 'client_arch': 'i686'})
Mar 09 15:56:52 /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch':
'i686'})
Mar 09 15:56:52 Result is a Fault
Mar 09 15:56:52 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, sendClientResult(),
253): Data sent.
Mar 09 15:56:52 sendClientResult() finished


The permissions should be okay as everything is readable by apache.

Is there any further information I could offer?

bye,
 andreas


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Re: new installation error

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Author Matthew Valites <mvalites at banta-im dot com>
Full name Matthew Valites <mvalites at banta-im dot com>
Date 2003-03-06 11:29:51 PST
Message I don't know if it helps, but in my apache error log, I get this:

[Thu Mar 6 05:31:07 2003] [notice] Inside the PythonHandler
[Thu Mar 6 05:31:07 2003] [notice] Result = <Fault 1000 """No
compatible channels found for client: login()""">

when I try to run most anything from the client.

~Matt

Matthew Valites wrote:

>>
>>
>> 99/100 the problem at this point is that you ran cadmin as root and the
>> database/web links you created as root as not readable by the apache
>> user.
>>
>>
> I've already chown'd everything that current might need access to the
> httpd user. We have apache running as nobody. Here's the important
> snippets from current.conf:
>
> [current]
> valid_channels = redhat-7.3-i386
> log_file = /var/log/httpd/current.log
> log_level = 10
>
> apache_config_file = /local/www/conf/curr​ent.httpd.conf
>
> access_check_type = user
> access_check_arg = nobody
> server_secret = banta
> server_id = blackwell
> current_dir = /usr/up2date
>
> [redhat-7.3-i386]
> name = Red Hat Linux 7.3
> parent_channel =
> arch = i386
> os_release = 7.3
> description = Red Hat Linux 7.3
> srpm_check = 0
>
> rpm_dirs = /usr/up2date/7.3-updates
> src_dirs = /usr/up2date/7.3-updates
>
>
> And here's /usr/up2date:
> [root@blackwell current]# ls -l /usr/up2date/
> total 12
> drwxrwxrwx 2 nobody nobody 4096 Mar 5 00:43 7.3-updates
> drwxrwxrwx 5 nobody nobody 4096 Mar 5 00:15 db
> drwxrwxrwx 5 nobody nobody 4096 Mar 5 00:15 www
> [root@blackwell current]# ls -ld /usr/up2date/
> drwxrwxrwx 5 nobody nobody 4096 Feb 24 13:24 /usr/up2date/
>
>
> I had chmod'd everything 777 temporarily to see if it was a
> permissions problem, but that doesn't seem to be the case. I'm not
> sure where to move on from here, since the error that I was getting:
> Mar 06 05:22:15
> /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:getCompa​tibleChannels({'clie​nt_arch':
> 'i686', 'client_release': '7.3'})
> Mar 06 05:22:15
> /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch': 'i686'})Mar 06
> 05:22:15 Result is a Fault
> Mar 06 05:22:15 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
> sendClientResult(), 253): Data sent.
> Mar 06 05:22:15 sendClientResult() finished
> seems to me to be a misconfigured current server. Any direction as to
> where to look from here would be much appreciated.
>
> Thanks again,
> ~Matt
>
>> As a general rule
>> chmod -R o+rX $TOP_OF_TREE
>>
>> or
>> chown -R apache:apache $TOP_OF_TREE
>>
>> are generally required.
>> Please note that the rpms themselves ALSO have to be readable by the
>> server for all of this to work.
>>
>> Changing the systemid is never a good idea. Re-register.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10 Requesting: up2date.login
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10 with params = ['<?xml
>>> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i6​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
>>> running on
>>> i686</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
>>> Hat
>>> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
>>>
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10 module = up2date
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10 function = login
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
>>> callAPIMethod(), 299): params = ['<?xml
>>> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i6​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
>>> running on
>>> i686</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
>>> Hat
>>> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
>>>
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10 Dispatching: up2date.login
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10 /usr/share/current/u​p2date.py:login({'sy​sid_string':
>>> '<?xml
>>> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i6​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
>>> running on
>>> i686</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
>>> Hat
>>> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012'})
>>>
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10
>>> /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:getCompa​tibleChannels({'clie​nt_arch':
>>> 'i686', 'client_release': '7.3'})
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10
>>> /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch': 'i686'})Mar
>>> 06 05:02:10 Result is a Fault
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
>>> sendClientResult(), 253): Data sent.
>>> Mar 06 05:02:10 sendClientResult() finished
>>>
>>>
>>> After I edit systemid and change all occurences of 686 to 386, I get
>>> this error:
>>> Mar 06 05:05:24 Requesting: up2date.login
>>> Mar 06 05:05:24 with params = ['<?xml
>>> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i3​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
>>> running on
>>> i386</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
>>> Hat
>>> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
>>>
>>> Mar 06 05:05:24 module = up2date
>>> Mar 06 05:05:24 function = login
>>> Mar 06 05:05:24 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
>>> callAPIMethod(), 299): params = ['<?xml
>>> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i3​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
>>> running on
>>> i386</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
>>> Hat
>>> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
>>>
>>> Mar 06 05:05:24 Dispatching: up2date.login
>>> Mar 06 05:05:24 /usr/share/current/u​p2date.py:login({'sy​sid_string':
>>> '<?xml
>>> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i3​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
>>> running on
>>> i386</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
>>> Hat
>>> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012'})
>>>
>>> Mar 06 05:05:24 Result is a Fault
>>> Mar 06 05:05:24 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
>>> sendClientResult(), 253): Data sent.
>>> Mar 06 05:05:24 sendClientResult() finished
>>>
>>>
>>> The up2date client I'm using is:
>>>
>>> [root@jesse-stone root]# up2date --version
>>> Red Hat Update Agent v2.7.86
>>> Copyright (c) 1999-2001 Red Hat, Inc.
>>> Licensed under terms of the GPL.
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> ~Matt Valites
>>> Unix Admin
>>> Banta-IM
>>>
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Re: new installation error

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Author Matthew Valites <mvalites at banta-im dot com>
Full name Matthew Valites <mvalites at banta-im dot com>
Date 2003-03-06 11:27:27 PST
Message >
>
>99/100 the problem at this point is that you ran cadmin as root and the
>database/web links you created as root as not readable by the apache
>user.
>
>
I've already chown'd everything that current might need access to the
httpd user. We have apache running as nobody. Here's the important
snippets from current.conf:

[current]
valid_channels = redhat-7.3-i386
log_file = /var/log/httpd/current.log
log_level = 10

apache_config_file = /local/www/conf/curr​ent.httpd.conf

access_check_type = user
access_check_arg = nobody
server_secret = banta
server_id = blackwell
current_dir = /usr/up2date

[redhat-7.3-i386]
name = Red Hat Linux 7.3
parent_channel =
arch = i386
os_release = 7.3
description = Red Hat Linux 7.3
srpm_check = 0

rpm_dirs = /usr/up2date/7.3-updates
src_dirs = /usr/up2date/7.3-updates


And here's /usr/up2date:
[root@blackwell current]# ls -l /usr/up2date/
total 12
drwxrwxrwx 2 nobody nobody 4096 Mar 5 00:43 7.3-updates
drwxrwxrwx 5 nobody nobody 4096 Mar 5 00:15 db
drwxrwxrwx 5 nobody nobody 4096 Mar 5 00:15 www
[root@blackwell current]# ls -ld /usr/up2date/
drwxrwxrwx 5 nobody nobody 4096 Feb 24 13:24 /usr/up2date/


I had chmod'd everything 777 temporarily to see if it was a permissions
problem, but that doesn't seem to be the case. I'm not sure where to
move on from here, since the error that I was getting:
Mar 06 05:22:15
/usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:getCompa​tibleChannels({'clie​nt_arch':
'i686', 'client_release': '7.3'})
Mar 06 05:22:15 /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch':
'i686'})Mar 06 05:22:15 Result is a Fault
Mar 06 05:22:15 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
sendClientResult(), 253): Data sent.
Mar 06 05:22:15 sendClientResult() finished
seems to me to be a misconfigured current server. Any direction as to
where to look from here would be much appreciated.

Thanks again,
~Matt

>As a general rule
>chmod -R o+rX $TOP_OF_TREE
>
>or
>
>chown -R apache:apache $TOP_OF_TREE
>
>are generally required.
>
>Please note that the rpms themselves ALSO have to be readable by the
>server for all of this to work.
>
>Changing the systemid is never a good idea. Re-register.
>
>
>
>
>>Mar 06 05:02:10 Requesting: up2date.login
>>Mar 06 05:02:10 with params = ['<?xml
>>version="1.0​"?>\012<param​s>\012<param​>\012<value​><struct>\012​<member>\012​<name>type</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​REAL</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>architectur​e</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>i686</strin​g></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>check​sum</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>42a6bf906a73​794728d8a10ec34d47a7​2b74d4b0</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>os_rele​ase</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>7.3</stri​ng></value>​\012</member>​\012<member>​012<name>desc​ription</name>​\012<value>​<string>7.3
>>running on
>>i686</str​ing></value​>\012</member​>\012<member>​\012<name>sys​tem_id</name>​012<value>​<string>Current-A​NONYMOUS</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>operati​ng_system</name​>\012<value>​<string>Red
>>Hat
>>Linux</st​ring></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>pr​ofile_name</name​>\012<value​><string>jesse​-stone.nfic.com</​string></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>​fields</name>​012<value>​<array><data​>\012<value>​<string>type​</string></va​lue>\012<valu​e><string>o​perating_system</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>chec​ksum</string>​</value>\012​<value><strin​g>description<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>os_​release</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>architecture​</string></​value>\012<va​lue><string​>system_id</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>profile_n​ame</string>​</value>\012​<value><string​>username</str​ing></value​>\012</data>​</array></va​lue>\012</mem​ber>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>username</name​>\012<value​><string>mval​ites</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​</struct></va​lue>\012</par​am>\012</para​ms>\012']
>>Mar 06 05:02:10 module = up2date
>>Mar 06 05:02:10 function = login
>>Mar 06 05:02:10 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, callAPIMethod(),
>>299): params = ['<?xml
>>version="1.0​"?>\012<param​s>\012<param​>\012<value​><struct>\012​<member>\012​<name>type</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​REAL</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>architectur​e</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>i686</strin​g></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>check​sum</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>42a6bf906a73​794728d8a10ec34d47a7​2b74d4b0</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>os_rele​ase</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>7.3</stri​ng></value>​\012</member>​\012<member>​012<name>desc​ription</name>​\012<value>​<string>7.3
>>running on
>>i686</str​ing></value​>\012</member​>\012<member>​\012<name>sys​tem_id</name>​012<value>​<string>Current-A​NONYMOUS</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>operati​ng_system</name​>\012<value>​<string>Red
>>Hat
>>Linux</st​ring></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>pr​ofile_name</name​>\012<value​><string>jesse​-stone.nfic.com</​string></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>​fields</name>​012<value>​<array><data​>\012<value>​<string>type​</string></va​lue>\012<valu​e><string>o​perating_system</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>chec​ksum</string>​</value>\012​<value><strin​g>description<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>os_​release</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>architecture​</string></​value>\012<va​lue><string​>system_id</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>profile_n​ame</string>​</value>\012​<value><string​>username</str​ing></value​>\012</data>​</array></va​lue>\012</mem​ber>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>username</name​>\012<value​><string>mval​ites</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​</struct></va​lue>\012</par​am>\012</para​ms>\012']
>>Mar 06 05:02:10 Dispatching: up2date.login
>>Mar 06 05:02:10 /usr/share/current/u​p2date.py:login({'sy​sid_string':
>>'<?xml
>>version="1.0​"?>\012<param​s>\012<param​>\012<value​><struct>\012​<member>\012​<name>type</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​REAL</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>architectur​e</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>i686</strin​g></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>check​sum</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>42a6bf906a73​794728d8a10ec34d47a7​2b74d4b0</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>os_rele​ase</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>7.3</stri​ng></value>​\012</member>​\012<member>​012<name>desc​ription</name>​\012<value>​<string>7.3
>>running on
>>i686</str​ing></value​>\012</member​>\012<member>​\012<name>sys​tem_id</name>​012<value>​<string>Current-A​NONYMOUS</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>operati​ng_system</name​>\012<value>​<string>Red
>>Hat
>>Linux</st​ring></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>pr​ofile_name</name​>\012<value​><string>jesse​-stone.nfic.com</​string></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>​fields</name>​012<value>​<array><data​>\012<value>​<string>type​</string></va​lue>\012<valu​e><string>o​perating_system</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>chec​ksum</string>​</value>\012​<value><strin​g>description<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>os_​release</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>architecture​</string></​value>\012<va​lue><string​>system_id</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>profile_n​ame</string>​</value>\012​<value><string​>username</str​ing></value​>\012</data>​</array></va​lue>\012</mem​ber>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>username</name​>\012<value​><string>mval​ites</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​</struct></va​lue>\012</par​am>\012</para​ms>\012'})
>>Mar 06 05:02:10
>>/usr/share/c​urrent/packagedb.py:​getCompatibleChannel​s({'client_arch':
>>'i686', 'client_release': '7.3'})
>>Mar 06 05:02:10 /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch':
>>'i686'})Mar 06 05:02:10 Result is a Fault
>>Mar 06 05:02:10 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
>>sendClientResult(), 253): Data sent.
>>Mar 06 05:02:10 sendClientResult() finished
>>
>>
>>After I edit systemid and change all occurences of 686 to 386, I get
>>this error:
>>Mar 06 05:05:24 Requesting: up2date.login
>>Mar 06 05:05:24 with params = ['<?xml
>>version="1.0​"?>\012<param​s>\012<param​>\012<value​><struct>\012​<member>\012​<name>type</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​REAL</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>architectur​e</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>i386</strin​g></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>check​sum</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>42a6bf906a73​794728d8a10ec34d47a7​2b74d4b0</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>os_rele​ase</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>7.3</stri​ng></value>​\012</member>​\012<member>​012<name>desc​ription</name>​\012<value>​<string>7.3
>>running on
>>i386</str​ing></value​>\012</member​>\012<member>​\012<name>sys​tem_id</name>​012<value>​<string>Current-A​NONYMOUS</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>operati​ng_system</name​>\012<value>​<string>Red
>>Hat
>>Linux</st​ring></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>pr​ofile_name</name​>\012<value​><string>jesse​-stone.nfic.com</​string></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>​fields</name>​012<value>​<array><data​>\012<value>​<string>type​</string></va​lue>\012<valu​e><string>o​perating_system</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>chec​ksum</string>​</value>\012​<value><strin​g>description<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>os_​release</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>architecture​</string></​value>\012<va​lue><string​>system_id</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>profile_n​ame</string>​</value>\012​<value><string​>username</str​ing></value​>\012</data>​</array></va​lue>\012</mem​ber>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>username</name​>\012<value​><string>mval​ites</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​</struct></va​lue>\012</par​am>\012</para​ms>\012']
>>Mar 06 05:05:24 module = up2date
>>Mar 06 05:05:24 function = login
>>Mar 06 05:05:24 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, callAPIMethod(),
>>299): params = ['<?xml
>>version="1.0​"?>\012<param​s>\012<param​>\012<value​><struct>\012​<member>\012​<name>type</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​REAL</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>architectur​e</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>i386</strin​g></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>check​sum</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>42a6bf906a73​794728d8a10ec34d47a7​2b74d4b0</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>os_rele​ase</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>7.3</stri​ng></value>​\012</member>​\012<member>​012<name>desc​ription</name>​\012<value>​<string>7.3
>>running on
>>i386</str​ing></value​>\012</member​>\012<member>​\012<name>sys​tem_id</name>​012<value>​<string>Current-A​NONYMOUS</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>operati​ng_system</name​>\012<value>​<string>Red
>>Hat
>>Linux</st​ring></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>pr​ofile_name</name​>\012<value​><string>jesse​-stone.nfic.com</​string></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>​fields</name>​012<value>​<array><data​>\012<value>​<string>type​</string></va​lue>\012<valu​e><string>o​perating_system</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>chec​ksum</string>​</value>\012​<value><strin​g>description<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>os_​release</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>architecture​</string></​value>\012<va​lue><string​>system_id</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>profile_n​ame</string>​</value>\012​<value><string​>username</str​ing></value​>\012</data>​</array></va​lue>\012</mem​ber>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>username</name​>\012<value​><string>mval​ites</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​</struct></va​lue>\012</par​am>\012</para​ms>\012']
>>Mar 06 05:05:24 Dispatching: up2date.login
>>Mar 06 05:05:24 /usr/share/current/u​p2date.py:login({'sy​sid_string':
>>'<?xml
>>version="1.0​"?>\012<param​s>\012<param​>\012<value​><struct>\012​<member>\012​<name>type</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​REAL</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>architectur​e</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>i386</strin​g></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>check​sum</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>42a6bf906a73​794728d8a10ec34d47a7​2b74d4b0</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>os_rele​ase</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>7.3</stri​ng></value>​\012</member>​\012<member>​012<name>desc​ription</name>​\012<value>​<string>7.3
>>running on
>>i386</str​ing></value​>\012</member​>\012<member>​\012<name>sys​tem_id</name>​012<value>​<string>Current-A​NONYMOUS</string​></value>\0​12</member>\0​12<member>\01​2<name>operati​ng_system</name​>\012<value>​<string>Red
>>Hat
>>Linux</st​ring></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>pr​ofile_name</name​>\012<value​><string>jesse​-stone.nfic.com</​string></value​>\012</member​>\012<member​>\012<name>​fields</name>​012<value>​<array><data​>\012<value>​<string>type​</string></va​lue>\012<valu​e><string>o​perating_system</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>chec​ksum</string>​</value>\012​<value><strin​g>description<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>os_​release</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>architecture​</string></​value>\012<va​lue><string​>system_id</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>profile_n​ame</string>​</value>\012​<value><string​>username</str​ing></value​>\012</data>​</array></va​lue>\012</mem​ber>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>username</name​>\012<value​><string>mval​ites</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​</struct></va​lue>\012</par​am>\012</para​ms>\012'})
>>Mar 06 05:05:24 Result is a Fault
>>Mar 06 05:05:24 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
>>sendClientResult(), 253): Data sent.
>>Mar 06 05:05:24 sendClientResult() finished
>>
>>
>>The up2date client I'm using is:
>>
>>[root@jesse-stone root]# up2date --version
>>Red Hat Update Agent v2.7.86
>>Copyright (c) 1999-2001 Red Hat, Inc.
>>Licensed under terms of the GPL.
>>
>>
>>Thanks,
>>~Matt Valites
>>Unix Admin
>>Banta-IM
>>
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Re: new installation error

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Author hunterm
Full name Hunter Matthews
Date 2003-03-06 11:15:19 PST
Message On Thu, 2003-03-06 at 14:04, Matthew C Valites wrote:
> I've installed apache_1.3.27, with mod_python-2.7.8, and current-1.4.3
> on a RH7.3 machine. Mod_ssl support was built into apache. I'm
> attempting to connect from a 7.3. The problem I'm seeing is with the
> fact that the box I'm trying to connect from is set up with a 686
> preprocessor. Here's the current.log from the server when I try to do a
> "up2date --show-channels" (or basically any other command) from the client:
>

99/100 the problem at this point is that you ran cadmin as root and the
database/web links you created as root as not readable by the apache
user.

As a general rule
chmod -R o+rX $TOP_OF_TREE

or

chown -R apache:apache $TOP_OF_TREE

are generally required.

Please note that the rpms themselves ALSO have to be readable by the
server for all of this to work.

Changing the systemid is never a good idea. Re-register.


>
> Mar 06 05:02:10 Requesting: up2date.login
> Mar 06 05:02:10 with params = ['<?xml
> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i6​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
> running on
> i686</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
> Hat
> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
> Mar 06 05:02:10 module = up2date
> Mar 06 05:02:10 function = login
> Mar 06 05:02:10 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, callAPIMethod(),
> 299): params = ['<?xml
> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i6​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
> running on
> i686</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
> Hat
> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
> Mar 06 05:02:10 Dispatching: up2date.login
> Mar 06 05:02:10 /usr/share/current/u​p2date.py:login({'sy​sid_string':
> '<?xml
> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i6​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
> running on
> i686</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
> Hat
> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012'})
> Mar 06 05:02:10
> /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:getCompa​tibleChannels({'clie​nt_arch':
> 'i686', 'client_release': '7.3'})
> Mar 06 05:02:10 /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch':
> 'i686'})Mar 06 05:02:10 Result is a Fault
> Mar 06 05:02:10 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
> sendClientResult(), 253): Data sent.
> Mar 06 05:02:10 sendClientResult() finished
>
>
> After I edit systemid and change all occurences of 686 to 386, I get
> this error:
> Mar 06 05:05:24 Requesting: up2date.login
> Mar 06 05:05:24 with params = ['<?xml
> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i3​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
> running on
> i386</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
> Hat
> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
> Mar 06 05:05:24 module = up2date
> Mar 06 05:05:24 function = login
> Mar 06 05:05:24 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, callAPIMethod(),
> 299): params = ['<?xml
> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i3​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
> running on
> i386</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
> Hat
> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
> Mar 06 05:05:24 Dispatching: up2date.login
> Mar 06 05:05:24 /usr/share/current/u​p2date.py:login({'sy​sid_string':
> '<?xml
> version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i3​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
> running on
> i386</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
> Hat
> Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012'})
> Mar 06 05:05:24 Result is a Fault
> Mar 06 05:05:24 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
> sendClientResult(), 253): Data sent.
> Mar 06 05:05:24 sendClientResult() finished
>
>
> The up2date client I'm using is:
>
> [root@jesse-stone root]# up2date --version
> Red Hat Update Agent v2.7.86
> Copyright (c) 1999-2001 Red Hat, Inc.
> Licensed under terms of the GPL.
>
>
> Thanks,
> ~Matt Valites
> Unix Admin
> Banta-IM
>
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Author Matthew C Valites <mvalites at banta-im dot com>
Full name Matthew C Valites <mvalites at banta-im dot com>
Date 2003-03-06 11:04:53 PST
Message I've installed apache_1.3.27, with mod_python-2.7.8, and current-1.4.3
on a RH7.3 machine. Mod_ssl support was built into apache. I'm
attempting to connect from a 7.3. The problem I'm seeing is with the
fact that the box I'm trying to connect from is set up with a 686
preprocessor. Here's the current.log from the server when I try to do a
"up2date --show-channels" (or basically any other command) from the client:


Mar 06 05:02:10 Requesting: up2date.login
Mar 06 05:02:10 with params = ['<?xml
version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i6​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
running on
i686</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
Hat
Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
Mar 06 05:02:10 module = up2date
Mar 06 05:02:10 function = login
Mar 06 05:02:10 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, callAPIMethod(),
299): params = ['<?xml
version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i6​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
running on
i686</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
Hat
Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
Mar 06 05:02:10 Dispatching: up2date.login
Mar 06 05:02:10 /usr/share/current/u​p2date.py:login({'sy​sid_string':
'<?xml
version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i6​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
running on
i686</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
Hat
Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012'})
Mar 06 05:02:10
/usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:getCompa​tibleChannels({'clie​nt_arch':
'i686', 'client_release': '7.3'})
Mar 06 05:02:10 /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch':
'i686'})Mar 06 05:02:10 Result is a Fault
Mar 06 05:02:10 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
sendClientResult(), 253): Data sent.
Mar 06 05:02:10 sendClientResult() finished


After I edit systemid and change all occurences of 686 to 386, I get
this error:
Mar 06 05:05:24 Requesting: up2date.login
Mar 06 05:05:24 with params = ['<?xml
version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i3​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
running on
i386</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
Hat
Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
Mar 06 05:05:24 module = up2date
Mar 06 05:05:24 function = login
Mar 06 05:05:24 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, callAPIMethod(),
299): params = ['<?xml
version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i3​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
running on
i386</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
Hat
Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012']
Mar 06 05:05:24 Dispatching: up2date.login
Mar 06 05:05:24 /usr/share/current/u​p2date.py:login({'sy​sid_string':
'<?xml
version="1.0"?>\​012<params>\0​12<param>\012​<value><str​uct>\012<memb​er>\012<name​>type</name>​\012<value>​<string>REAL<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012<member​>\012<name​>architecture</na​me>\012<value​><string>i3​86</string>​</value>\012<​/member>\012<​member>\012<n​ame>checksum</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​42a6bf906a73794728d8​a10ec34d47a72b74d4b0​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>os_release</​name>\012<val​ue><string>​7.3</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012<​name>description​</name>\012​<value><string​>7.3
running on
i386</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>system_id​</name>\012<​value><string​>Current-ANONYMOUS​</string></​value>\012</m​ember>\012<me​mber>\012<nam​e>operating_syste​m</name>\012​<value><stri​ng>Red
Hat
Linux</string>​</value>\012​</member>\012​<member>\012​<name>profile_na​me</name>\012​<value><str​ing>jesse-stone.n​fic.com</string​></value>\01​2</member>\01​2<member>\012​<name>fields​</name>\012<​value><array​><data>\012​<value><stri​ng>type</strin​g></value>​012<value>​<string>operating​_system</string​></value>\01​2<value><st​ring>checksum<​/string></valu​e>\012<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\0​12<value><s​tring>os_release​</string></v​alue>\012<val​ue><string>​architecture</str​ing></value​>\012<value>​<string>system_​id</string>​</value>\012<​value><string​>profile_name</​string></value​>\012<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\012​</data></arra​y></value>​012</member>​012<member>\​012<name>usern​ame</name>\01​2<value><st​ring>mvalites<​/string></valu​e>\012</membe​r>\012</struc​t></value>​012</param>\​012</params>\​012'})
Mar 06 05:05:24 Result is a Fault
Mar 06 05:05:24 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
sendClientResult(), 253): Data sent.
Mar 06 05:05:24 sendClientResult() finished


The up2date client I'm using is:

[root@jesse-stone root]# up2date --version
Red Hat Update Agent v2.7.86
Copyright (c) 1999-2001 Red Hat, Inc.
Licensed under terms of the GPL.


Thanks,
~Matt Valites
Unix Admin
Banta-IM


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