SUSE Manager 2.1
Starting osad: 2013-10-29 09:41:40 jabber_lib.main: Unable to connect to jabber servers, sleeping 120 seconds
- jabberd not running properly
- Wrong DNS settings
- Client is not able to connect to port 5222 on SUSE Manager
- Client registration not valid even zypper ca output shows channels pointing to SUSE Manager
jabberd not running properly
Please check the process status of jabberd using
In case of an error, please restart the service.
In addition, please also check the status of all spacewalk-services using
and in case of problems restart the whole service
Please note: The smdba commands are only required if a local postgresql database is used.
Wrong DNS settings
Please check the settings in /etc/resolv.conf if the nameserver entry points to a valid IP address. Use tools like host, nslookup or dig to verify DNS resolution of hostnames.
Client not able to connect to port 5222
Check if the server accepts connections on port 5222:
telnet IP-of-SUSE-Manager <port>
telnet 192.168.20.35 5222
Please adjust the above mentioned IP accordingly.
Check if the client can retrieve patch information from the server using the zypper patch command. If an error like:
linux:~ # zypper patch
Refreshing service 'spacewalk'.
Problem retrieving the repository index file for service 'spacewalk':
[|] Error communicating with server. The message was:
Please run rhn_register as root on this client
Error Class Code: 9
Error Class Info: Invalid System Credentials.
An error has occurred while processing your request. If this problem
persists please enter a bug report at bugzilla.novell.com.
If you choose to submit the bug report, please be sure to include
details of what you were trying to do when this error occurred and
details on how to reproduce this problem.
Skipping service 'spacewalk' because of the above error.
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...
Resolving package dependencies...
appears register the client again, e.g. by re-running the bootstrap script.
- rcosad stop
- /usr/sbin/osad -N -v -v -v -v
Additionally a TCP trace from the client may reveal more information about connection issues, to accomplish run as root:
tcpdump -i <eth> -s 0 -w filename
tcpdump -i eth0 -s 0 -w /tmp/tcpdump.pcap
Finish the tcpdump by pressing CTRL+c, a convenient way to review the data is by loading the file into Wireshark.
osad configuration files: