Unix agent: Linux agent on OpenBSD problem - Taking all memory resources - t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_OPT ) not supported - Veritas Backup Exec

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  1. Unix agent: Linux agent on OpenBSD problem - Taking all memory resources - t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_OPT ) not supported

    After getting the Linux agent to start on my OpenBSD 2.8 machines
    and thought they were all working, they both hung. I were able to
    see my servers from the backup selections window just before they hung.

    My config file reads like this:
    name MONITOR
    password xxx
    force_address 10.0.0.3
    export / as root
    tell 10.0.0.5
    tell_interval 60
    exclude_dir /dev
    exclude_dir /mnt
    exclude_dir /proc

    The host 10.0.0.5 is my backup server. It is put into /etc/hosts
    even though I think it doesn't need to be (since I refer to the
    server with IP address instead of host name)

    Starting the agent with -d and -nd options my logfile will reach
    ~1Mb in just a few seconds. Looping stuff over and over again.
    I've cut out the part that seems to loop over and pasted it here:


    29734: NRLAdvertisementSender - main-loop resource 2045MONITOR
    29734: tli open 29734: rc=8 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: t_alloc_v returning 0x8060778
    29734: Advertiser attempting specific bind using force_address directive
    29734: binding port 8192
    29734: bind returned -1
    29734: errno=98
    29734: binding port 8193
    29734: bind returned 0
    29734: errno=0
    29734: NRLAdvertisementSender: bind returned 0
    29734: address=10.0.0.3.32.1
    29734: tli bind 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_OPT ) not supported
    29734: t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_UDATA ) not supported
    29734: t_alloc_v returning 0x80607a8
    29734: NRLAdvertismentSender: tempaddr=10.0.0.3.32.0
    29734: NRLAdvertisementSender: 'merged' alloc_uaddr=10.0.0.3.32.0
    29734: advertisement size is 48
    29734: rcvr addr=10.0.0.5.23.213
    29734: attempting to connect. state=0
    29734: tli connect 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: Max TLI send is 0xFFFF
    29734: tli snd 29734: rc=54 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: tli sndrel 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: dummy t_rcv_v not necessary
    29734: tli rcvdis 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: tli free 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: tli free bind 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: tli unbind 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: tli close 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: loop reading adv_rate_pipe
    29734: read returned -1
    29734: errno=11
    29734: loop reading adv_rate_pipe returned 2

    I saw other ppl here experiencing this problem in RedHat 7.0 but I
    can't see that anyone posted a solution about this. Any help or info
    would be appreciated. One way or another I'll get this to work...

    Rickard Borgmäster
    doktorn@sub.nu
    Compomill AB, Sweden




  2. Re: Unix agent: Linux agent on OpenBSD problem - Taking all memory resources - t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_OPT ) not supported

    Here is more from the logfile, from the beginning and until things start to
    loop:

    /usr/bin/agent.be: Using configuration file: /etc/bkupexec/agent.cfg
    11775:Config File Workstation Name=MONITOR
    11775:Mangled Workstation Name=MONITOR
    11775:Workstation requires password
    11775:force_address: Verifying IP address=10.0.0.3
    /usr/bin/agent.be: Forcing IP address: 10.0.0.3
    11775:exporting / as root
    11775:advertising to 10.0.0.5
    11775:interval between advertisements is 60
    11775:Excluding directory /dev
    11775:Excluding directory /mnt
    11775:Excluding directory /proc
    11775:max concurrent sessions is 4
    11775:Set_Config_Params: grfs_object_buffer_size=31744
    /usr/bin/agent.be: Agent configuration OK.
    /usr/bin/agent.be: Workstation Name: "MONITOR"
    11775: NRL TCP SPECIFIC
    11775: Opening TLI device /dev/tcp
    11775: Initializing Advertisement Sending Process
    11775: gethostbyname returned 0x48102bac
    11775: address of 10.0.0.5 is 11775: inet_ntoa issues
    11775: len and maxlen are 16
    11775: NRL: IP Address of host (10.0.0.5)11775: is (10.0.0.5.23.213)
    11775: NRLInitialize returning 0
    11775: Add Resource function called
    11775: resource local tlifd is ** 6 **
    11775: t_alloc_v returning 0x8060700
    11775: t_alloc_v returning 0x8060730
    11775: Attempting to bind a specific address=10.0.0.3
    11775: resource_ptr->info.local.call=8060730
    11775: binding port 8192
    11775: bind returned 0
    11775: errno=0
    11775: calling listen with qlen=10
    11775: AddRes bind returned 0
    11775: address=10.0.0.3.32.0
    /usr/bin/agent.be: Backup Exec Agent ready to service requests.
    11775: waiting for select of 7
    29734: NRLAdvertisementSender - main-loop resource 2045MONITOR
    29734: tli open 29734: rc=8 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: t_alloc_v returning 0x8060778
    29734: Advertiser attempting specific bind using force_address directive
    29734: binding port 8192
    29734: bind returned -1
    29734: errno=98
    29734: binding port 8193
    29734: bind returned 0
    29734: errno=0
    29734: NRLAdvertisementSender: bind returned 0
    29734: address=10.0.0.3.32.1
    29734: tli bind 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_OPT ) not supported
    29734: t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_UDATA ) not supported
    29734: t_alloc_v returning 0x80607a8
    29734: NRLAdvertismentSender: tempaddr=10.0.0.3.32.0
    29734: NRLAdvertisementSender: 'merged' alloc_uaddr=10.0.0.3.32.0
    29734: advertisement size is 48
    29734: rcvr addr=10.0.0.5.23.213
    29734: attempting to connect. state=0
    29734: tli connect 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: Max TLI send is 0xFFFF
    29734: tli snd 29734: rc=54 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: tli sndrel 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: dummy t_rcv_v not necessary
    29734: tli rcvdis 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: tli free 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: tli free bind 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: tli unbind 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: tli close 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: loop reading adv_rate_pipe
    29734: read returned -1
    29734: errno=11
    29734: loop reading adv_rate_pipe returned 2
    29734: NRLAdvertisementSender - main-loop resource 2045MONITOR
    29734: tli open 29734: rc=8 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: t_alloc_v returning 0x8060778
    29734: Advertiser attempting specific bind using force_address directive
    29734: binding port 8193
    29734: bind returned 0
    29734: errno=0
    29734: NRLAdvertisementSender: bind returned 0
    29734: address=10.0.0.3.32.1
    29734: tli bind 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    29734: t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_OPT ) not supported
    29734: t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_UDATA ) not supported
    29734: t_alloc_v returning 0x80607a8
    29734: NRLAdvertismentSender: tempaddr=10.0.0.3.32.0
    29734: NRLAdvertisementSender: 'merged' alloc_uaddr=10.0.0.3.32.0
    29734: advertisement size is 48
    29734: rcvr addr=10.0.0.5.23.213





  3. Re: Unix agent: Linux agent on OpenBSD problem - Taking all memory resources - t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_OPT ) not supported

    Just reporting that I solved this issue. Found out that there are 2
    different
    linux binaries invluded. One agent.linux and one agent.linux_old. At first I
    tried the old one wich hungs my server. The other one produces the same
    errors
    in the debug file but does not choke my server.

    However... There seems to be no end to the problems. Current provblem is
    that
    no other partitions than / (root) partion is backed up.

    As always, any comments appreciated.


    Rickard Borgmäster
    Compomill AB, Sweden

    "Rickard Borgmäster" wrote in message
    news:3b046100@hronntp01....
    > After getting the Linux agent to start on my OpenBSD 2.8 machines
    > and thought they were all working, they both hung. I were able to
    > see my servers from the backup selections window just before they hung.
    >
    > My config file reads like this:
    > name MONITOR
    > password xxx
    > force_address 10.0.0.3
    > export / as root
    > tell 10.0.0.5
    > tell_interval 60
    > exclude_dir /dev
    > exclude_dir /mnt
    > exclude_dir /proc
    >
    > The host 10.0.0.5 is my backup server. It is put into /etc/hosts
    > even though I think it doesn't need to be (since I refer to the
    > server with IP address instead of host name)
    >
    > Starting the agent with -d and -nd options my logfile will reach
    > ~1Mb in just a few seconds. Looping stuff over and over again.
    > I've cut out the part that seems to loop over and pasted it here:
    >
    >
    > 29734: NRLAdvertisementSender - main-loop resource 2045MONITOR
    > 29734: tli open 29734: rc=8 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    > 29734: t_alloc_v returning 0x8060778
    > 29734: Advertiser attempting specific bind using force_address directive
    > 29734: binding port 8192
    > 29734: bind returned -1
    > 29734: errno=98
    > 29734: binding port 8193
    > 29734: bind returned 0
    > 29734: errno=0
    > 29734: NRLAdvertisementSender: bind returned 0
    > 29734: address=10.0.0.3.32.1
    > 29734: tli bind 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    > 29734: t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_OPT ) not supported
    > 29734: t_alloc_v( T_CALL, T_UDATA ) not supported
    > 29734: t_alloc_v returning 0x80607a8
    > 29734: NRLAdvertismentSender: tempaddr=10.0.0.3.32.0
    > 29734: NRLAdvertisementSender: 'merged' alloc_uaddr=10.0.0.3.32.0
    > 29734: advertisement size is 48
    > 29734: rcvr addr=10.0.0.5.23.213
    > 29734: attempting to connect. state=0
    > 29734: tli connect 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    > 29734: Max TLI send is 0xFFFF
    > 29734: tli snd 29734: rc=54 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    > 29734: tli sndrel 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    > 29734: dummy t_rcv_v not necessary
    > 29734: tli rcvdis 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    > 29734: tli free 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    > 29734: tli free bind 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    > 29734: tli unbind 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    > 29734: tli close 29734: rc=0 29734: tlifd=8 29734:
    > 29734: loop reading adv_rate_pipe
    > 29734: read returned -1
    > 29734: errno=11
    > 29734: loop reading adv_rate_pipe returned 2
    >
    > I saw other ppl here experiencing this problem in RedHat 7.0 but I
    > can't see that anyone posted a solution about this. Any help or info
    > would be appreciated. One way or another I'll get this to work...
    >
    > Rickard Borgmäster
    > doktorn@sub.nu
    > Compomill AB, Sweden
    >
    >
    >




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