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RE: cfservd listens only on ipv6 on OpenBSD


From: Panagiotis Kotsiopoulos
Subject: RE: cfservd listens only on ipv6 on OpenBSD
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 17:33:50 +0300 (EEST)

I have 2.0.0 .

Thanks a lot will install the new cfengine and try it.


I am a very unlucky man :<<<<

I downloaded 2.0.0 on April 3 noon and 2.0.1 was released April 3
afternoon !!!!!!!!!!

On Thu, 11 Apr 2002, Bas van der Vlies wrote:

> Which version do you use? In the changelog of version 2.0.1 there is a note
> about it that it is fixed for openbsd.
>
> On 11-Apr-2002 Panagiotis Kotsiopoulos wrote:
> >
> > My problem is that when i run cfservd on OpenBSD box the daemon listens on
> > tcp6 port cfengine (5308/tcp) and not on tcp port cfengine (5308/tcp).
> > Below is some info for anyone who might know something about this:
> >
> > Output of cfservd in debug mode:
> >
> ># /usr/local/sbin/cfservd -d2
> > cfservd Debug mode: running in foreground
> > Directory for /var/cfengine/test exists. Okay
> > CheckWorkDirectories()
> > Directory for /var/cfengine/test exists. Okay
> > Directory for /var/cfengine/ppkeys/test exists. Okay
> > RandomSeed() work directory is /var/cfengine
> > Looking for a source of entropy in /var/cfengine/randseed
> > Loaded /var/cfengine/ppkeys/localhost.priv
> > Loaded /var/cfengine/ppkeys/localhost.pub
> > GetInterfaceInfo()
> > Interface 1: lo0
> > New Parser Object::BEGIN PARSING /var/cfengine/inputs/cfservd.conf
> >
> > Netstat -a :
> >
> ># netstat -a
> >
> > Active Internet connections (including servers)
> > Proto Recv-Q Send-Q  Local Address          Foreign Address        (state)
> > tcp        0      0  bsdtest.ih-intra.ssh   laden.ih-intrane.1515
> > ESTABLISHED
> > tcp        0    336  bsdtest.ih-intra.ssh   laden.ih-intrane.1514
> > ESTABLISHED
> > tcp        0      0  *.24                   *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp        0      0  localhost.submissi     *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp        0      0  localhost.smtp         *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp        0      0  *.ssh                  *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp        0      0  *.time                 *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp        0      0  *.daytime              *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp        0      0  *.auth                 *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp        0      0  localhost.sunrpc       *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp        0      0  *.sunrpc               *.*                    LISTEN
> > udp        0      0  *.851[rusersd]         *.*
> > udp        0      0  *.837[rstatd]          *.*
> > udp        0      0  *.biff                 *.*
> > udp        0      0  localhost.sunrpc       *.*
> > udp        0      0  *.syslog               *.*
> > udp        0      0  *.sunrpc               *.*
> > tcp6       0      0  *.cfengine             *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp6       0      0  localhost.submissi     *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp6       0      0  localhost.smtp         *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp6       0      0  *.ssh                  *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp6       0      0  *.time                 *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp6       0      0  *.daytime              *.*                    LISTEN
> > tcp6       0      0  *.auth                 *.*                    LISTEN
> > udp6       0      0  *.biff                 *.*
> > Active UNIX domain sockets
> > Address    Type   Recv-Q Send-Q      Inode       Conn       Refs
> > Nextref Addr0xe07bf500 dgram       0      0        0x0 0xe0789ec0
> > 0x0 0xe07895c0
> > 0xe07bbb00 dgram       0      0        0x0 0xe0789ec0        0x0
> > 0x0
> > 0xe07adf00 dgram       0      0 0xe5c46334        0x0 0xe0789840
> > 0x0 /dev/log
> > --------------------- End of netstat ----------------------
> >
> >
> > The only clue i have is that the GetInterfaceInfo() fuction detects only
> > my loopback interface and not my ethernet interface. But besides this it
> > listens on the ethernet interface (IPv6).
> >
> > If anyone knows something i would be very happy to have an answer bacause
> > i'm stuck with it.
> >
> > Thanks in advance
> >
> >
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