Root, Paul T
Paul.Root at CenturyLink.com
Wed Nov 11 23:04:45 CET 2015
I'm having issues with xymonfetch.
I have 2 xymon proxies, that also have the xymon server running as a backup to the main server on port 1985. The proxy sends to the main server on port 1984 and to itself on port 1985.
I'm trying to add 2 new machines as clients of these proxy servers. They are outside a firewall that I don't want to open, so I'm doing a fetch. Xymon-client is running on 1984, and msgcache is running.
CMD $XYMONCLIENTHOME/bin/msgcache --no-daemon --pidfile=$XYMONCLIENTLOGS/msgcache.pid
#CMD $XYMONHOME/bin/xymonfetch --server=YOUR.XYMON.SERVER.IP --no-daemon --pidfile=$XYMONSERVERLOGS/xymonfetch.pid
CMD $XYMONHOME/bin/xymonfetch --server=127.0.0.1:1985 --log-interval=60 --id=1 --pidfile=$XYMONSERVERLOGS/xymonfetch.pid
10.6.0.14 remoteclient # pulldata=10.6.0.14:1984 http://184.108.40.206
10.6.0.15 remoteclient2 # pulldata=10.6.0.15:1984
I have a third xymon server, the development server, which is not a proxy, and the server runs on 1984. This pulls the data just fine from the remoteclients.
The xymonfetch.log file gets these errors:
2015-11-11 15:56:24 Connection lost during connect/write to 10.6.0.14:1985 (req 27): Connection refused
2015-11-11 15:56:41 Connection lost during connect/write to 10.6.0.15:1985 (req 28): Connection refused
2015-11-11 15:57:27 Connection lost during connect/write to 10.6.0.14:1985 (req 29): Connection refused
2015-11-11 15:57:44 Connection lost during connect/write to 10.6.0.15:1985 (req 30): Connection refused
The proxy servers are 4.3.10. The development server is 4.3.21. The main server is also 4.3.10, and it runs a fetch without issue, to other clients.
The clients are 4.3.10 (CentOS 5) and 4.3.21 (CentOS 6).
I am working on upgrading the proxy servers in OS (CentOS 5 -> 6) and Xymon (to 4.3.21). But not quite there yet. Another subject, but sending data from a proxy to another proxy does not work. So, when I have everything else, I may end up putting it in place, and hoping the proxy works....
Any ideas here? It seems like such a simple thing.
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