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Re: [Bacula-devel] [Bacula-users] Fatal error: File daemon at "192.168.0.13:9102"rejected Hello command


Hi,

05.12.2008 08:26, Stefan Eriksson wrote:
> Hi does anyone have any news on this? If not, If a developer could contact
> me, I'm willing to lend out a test environment to get this possible bug
> fixed, getting full support for win2008 would be great, same with virtual
> environments (vmware in my case).
> 
> So if you are a developer please contact me and I'll lend you a VPS with
> 2008 for testing.

Just to ensure the developers actually know of your offer I reply to 
the -devel list...

And it would probably help if you created a debug trace file of what 
the FD does when attempting to connect to it. A tcp dump might also 
help...

Arno

> ERROR MESSAGE:
> 05-Dec 01:14 backup-dir: Start Backup JobId 6599,
> Job=bacula_-_TEST.2008-12-05_00.05.32
> 05-Dec 01:34 backup-dir: Using Device "bacula-dev"
> 05-Dec 01:34 backup-dir: bacula_-_TEST.2008-12-05_00.05.32 Fatal error: File
> daemon at "192.168.0.13:9102" rejected Hello command 05-Dec 01:34
> backup-dir: bacula_-_TEST.2008-12-05_00.05.32 Error: Bacula backup02-dir
> 2.2.4 (14Sep07): 05-Dec-2008 01:34:49
> 
> Best Regards
> 
>  
> -----Ursprungligt meddelande-----
> Från: Stefan Eriksson [mailto:stefan@xxxxxxxxx] 
> Skickat: den 6 november 2008 11:20
> Till: bacula-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Ämne: Re: [Bacula-users] Fatal error: File daemon at
> "192.168.0.13:9102"rejected Hello command
> 
> I dont think it has anything to do with the networkconnection, I've tried to
> disable the firewall but still had the same issue.
> 
> Is there someone who know how the hello code work?
> 
> 
> -----Ursprungligt meddelande-----
> Från: Kevin Keane [mailto:subscription@xxxxxxxxxx] 
> Skickat: den 4 november 2008 20:59
> Kopia: bacula-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Ämne: Re: [Bacula-users] Fatal error: File daemonat
> "192.168.0.13:9102"rejected Hello command
> 
> Somebody else mentioned that the same problem occured with 64-bit Vista. 
> As far as I know, Windows 2008 is primarily 64 bit (although there is a 
> 32-bit version available). Maybe it helps if you can use Wireshark or 
> similar to see what is actually being sent/received?
> 
> Stefan Eriksson wrote:
>> Yes I can telnet 192.168.0.13 on port 9102 with no problem so the port is
>> open,
>> As for vmware networking, it shouldnt be an issue as it works great with
>> windows 2003.
>> And I dont think its a fw issue as I've completely turned of the firewall
>> and still no go.
>>
>> As for connections, the bacula server do connect, I get a standard error
> if
>> I disable the networking device on the client.
>>
>> Maybe this is a bug, thinking win2008 is rather new
>>
>>
>> Från: Timo Neuvonen [mailto:timo-news@xxxxxxxxxx] 
>> Skickat: den 4 november 2008 16:31
>> Till: bacula-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Ämne: Re: [Bacula-users] Fatal error: File daemonat
>> "192.168.0.13:9102"rejected Hello command
>>
>>   
>>>>> 04-Nov 13:31 backup-dir: test.2008-11-04_13.31.41 Fatal error: File
>>>>> daemon
>>>>> at "192.168.0.13:9102" rejected Hello command
>>>>> 04-Nov 13:31 backup-dir: test.2008-11-04_13.31.41 Error: Bacula
>>>>> backup-dir
>>>>> 2.2.4 (14Sep07): 04-Nov-2008 13:31:44
>>>>>
>>>>> Hello I'm getting this error with the client using windows 2008.
>>>>>
>>>>> I have the correct password etc as its not the same error message, does
>>>>> anyone know what this error means and how to fix it? I've googled it
> and
>>>>> there's not much info about it.
>>>>>
>>>>>         
>>>> Sounds like you had a too tight firewall in the client machine?
>>>>       
>>> Suspected that, but which type of package is the hello message, I suspect
>>> its not on a specific port. More like a echo request.
>>>
>>>     
>> I don't know the Bacula's protocol for sure, but I guess "Hello" is a
> token
>> the director uses when trying to establish a connection with a file daemon
>> that is expected to listen at the spesific port. Something similar like
> HELO
>> / EHLO to port 25 when opening a connection to a mail server. The Bacula
>> Developer Manual could be your friend to find it out more closely.
>>
>> Do you get the same error message if you turn off the file daemon (or
>> disconnect the network cable or...)? If that's the case, it looks like now
>> the director does not get any reply from the file daemon either, and it
>> could be a firewall (or some other networking) issue.
>>
>> If your client is running on a virtual machine on vmware, is vmware set
> for
>> bridged networking and the ip address belongs to the virtual machine
> alone?
>> Have you tried to port scan that ip, is there anyone listening at all in
> the
>> port 9102?
>>   
> 
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