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[Spacewalk-list] OSA Dispatcher "conflict" error [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]



Hi Spacewalk list,

 

I am seeing an error on the Spacewalk 2.6 server I am responsible for:

 

Jabber is running, port 5222 TCP is running from c2s process and is communicable via telnet.   I see no errors in the logs except from osa-dispatcher.

 

# osa-dispatcher -N –vvvvvvvvvvvv

 

The last messages are:

--> <presence to='osad-bb7d64e5e1 sdcvp-spacewalk01 bom gov au' type='subscribed' id='presence-fb3eba-37' />

 

<-- <iq type='result' id='iq-request-c8a784-8'><query xmlns = 'jabber:iq:roster' ><item jid='osad-bb7d64e5e1 sdcvp-spacewalk01 bom gov au' subscription='to' /><item jid='osad-441293a7e7 sdcvp-spacewalk01 bom gov au' subscription='to' /></query></iq>

 

<-- <iq to='rhn-dispatcher-sat sdcvp-spacewalk01 bom gov au/superclient' type='set' id='zb6g3gnj6oylakzw0ntgapdin3tlgajgmqwq6j9c'><query xmlns = 'jabber:iq:roster' ><item jid='osad-441293a7e7 sdcvp-spacewalk01 bom gov au' subscription='both' /></query></iq>

 

--> <iq type='get' id='iq-request-c8a784-9'><query xmlns = 'jabber:iq:roster'  /></iq>

 

<-- <iq to='rhn-dispatcher-sat sdcvp-spacewalk01 bom gov au/superclient' type='set' id='78xisxfsl88wymemq876irn4hjvn340bcyt5w8xh'><query xmlns = 'jabber:iq:roster' ><item jid='osad-bb7d64e5e1 sdcvp-spacewalk01 bom gov au' subscription='both' /></query></iq>

 

<-- <error><conflict xmlns = 'urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-streams'  /></error>

 

Spacewalk 20123 2017/09/07 06:49:21 -00:00: ('Received an error stanza: ', <error><conflict xmlns = 'urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-streams'  /></error>)

Spacewalk 20123 2017/09/07 06:49:21 -00:00: ('Received an conflict. Restarting with new credentials.',)

Spacewalk 20123 2017/09/07 06:49:21 -00:00: ('Error caught:',)

 

ERROR: unhandled exception occurred: (can't write str to text stream).

 

This looks similar to:  http://spacewalk-list.redhat.narkive.com/aH2kex2k/osa-dispatcher-problems-no-system-ever-reports

 

However, I see no SSL errors, my hosts file is fine, with ipv6 ::1 entry for localhost, fully qualified hostname and the system hostname set to FQDN correctly.

 

Does anyone have any suggestions?

 

Thanks

 

Andrew Bergman

 


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