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From: Miguel Angel Sotos - NOC (miguel.sotos@rediris.es)
Date: Wed Mar 07 2001 - 07:59:59 PST

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    Hi
    I'm running Cflow on a Ultra 60 with Solaris 2.6, and i have the
    following problems:

    I start running cflowdmux, cflowd and then cfdcollect.
    Cflowd has been patched to run FlowScan.
    What happens then is that everyting start running succesfully, but after
    a while,
    there's no data, there's no raw files.

    Looking at the syslog facility file, there's only this error:

    Mar 7 16:42:01 filemon cfdcollect[21402]:[E] connect(4,113b04,16) (host
    130.206.1.10 port 2056) failed: Connection refused {CflowdServer.cc:112}

    It appears a lot of times:

    Mar 7 16:32:01 filemon cfdcollect[21402]: [E] connect(4,113b04,16)
    (host 130.206.1.10 port 2056) failed: Connection refused
    {CflowdServer.cc:112}
    Mar 7 16:35:24 filemon cfdcollect[21373]: [E] connect(4,113b04,16)
    (host 130.206.1.10 port 2056) failed: Connection refused
    {CflowdServer.cc:112}
    Mar 7 16:37:01 filemon cfdcollect[21402]: [E] connect(4,113b04,16)
    (host 130.206.1.10 port 2056) failed: Connection refused
    {CflowdServer.cc:112}
    Mar 7 16:40:24 filemon cfdcollect[21373]: [E] connect(4,113b04,16)
    (host 130.206.1.10 port 2056) failed: Connection refused
    {CflowdServer.cc:112}
    Mar 7 16:42:01 filemon cfdcollect[21402]: [E] connect(4,113b04,16)
    (host 130.206.1.10 port 2056) failed: Connection refused
    {CflowdServer.cc:112}

    There's no error from cflowdmux or cflow.

    Doing a netstat -na, I have discovered that there's no proccesses
    listening at 2056 (cflowd and cflowdmux are listenin to this port)
    The same happens doing ipcs -a, there's no shared memory being used by
    these proccesses (And there's to MB defined in the config files)

    So it seems that cflowdmux and cflowd doesn't do anything, just
    sleeping, or waiting something. They don't snoop any port.

    I've done all these things as a su and as a normal user.

    Any idea?

    Thanks in advance.

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