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Re: gnatsweb problem
Re: gnatsweb problem
Thu, 22 Aug 2002 10:24:10 -0400
Put a *:listdb in your gnatsd.host_access file. Then telnet to your
gnats machine on port 1529 (default). If you get a gnats response, then
Lars is correct that the host was being denied access before. You can then
tweak the gnatsd.host_access file to only allow access to the localhost or
If that doesn't fix the problem, I would recommend checking your xinetd
config (assuming you are using that). Make sure you have something like
this in your /etc/xinetd.d/ dir:
disable = no
socket_type = stream
protocol = tcp
wait = no
user = gnats
server = /usr/local/libexec/gnats/gnatsd
server_args = gnatsd
and reload xinetd.
If it helps, here's my gnastd.access
from a working installation. As a note, when testing this, I recommend
just telnetting to 1529. There's fewer variables (perl, apache, etc) that
will get in the way.
On (22/08/02 09:53), Bill wrote:
> On Thu, 2002-08-22 at 02:45, Lars Henriksen wrote:
> > Very useful. You (and the gnatsweb client) must be able to connect to the
> > gnatsd server (which doesn't speak http, but its own lingo).
> > > Connected to 192.168.1.12 (192.168.1.12).
> > > Escape character is '^]'.
> > > Connection closed by foreign host.
> > The host you are connecting from (presumably the same as you are connecting
> > to) is being denied access.
> Lars, are you sure of this? The way I see it, port 1529 is listening
> for connections but I was disconnected because the listener is not a
> telnetd service.
> To verify, try putting this line in the host
> > access file:
> > *:edit
> Host access file? Are you taking about gnatsd.access? I thought
> gnatsd.access file has three required fields, you didnt mean
> gnatsd.conf? I do have the following line in my gnatsd.access:
> > and connect to the gnatsd port with telnet again. If you get a connection
> > this
> > time, you were not connecting from a 192.168.1.* address.
> Every machine on the network where gnats is being installed has a
> 192.168.1.* address.
> Does your gnats/web
> > server have more than one net interface?
> No it does not.
> Marc De Boeck also responded and his suggestion was to include the
> following line in gnatsd.access:
> Before I received your emails, I had the following line already in that
> I since changed it to edit with no change in error. According to the
> header of that file, listdb is not an option for the 3rd field, is this
> a difference in versions? I am running 3.113.1.
> He also mentioned putting gnats in debug mode and trying the web
> interface anyway. I did this but did not receive any more debugging
> info than before.
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