Mailing List CGatePro@mail.stalker.com Message #92463
From: Technical Support, Stalker Labs <support@stalker.com>
Subject: Re: Cloudmark FreeBSD 4.x
Date: Wed, 05 Sep 2007 16:19:40 +0400
To: CommuniGate Pro Discussions <CGatePro@mail.stalker.com>
Hello,
 Jeff Wark on 04.09.2007 21:40 wrote:

Greetings.

I was just trying to upgrade to Cloudmark v1.5 from v1.3 on a FreeBSD 4.x system.

The error I am getting right now is:

* CGPCloudmark plugin version 1.5 FreeBSD-Intel build 22-Nov-2006 started
* Initializing the Engine, please wait...
* 2:CORE: Could not insert key into cfg src: micro-update invalid session interval
* 2:CORE: Could not insert key into cfg src: micro-update degraded mode duration
* 1:CORE: Encountered 2 parameter insertion errors while parsing ACF file
* 2:CORE: Could not insert key into cfg src: micro-update invalid session interval
* 2:CORE: Could not insert key into cfg src: micro-update degraded mode duration
* 1:CORE: Encountered 2 parameter insertion errors while parsing ACF file
* 2:CORE: Could not insert key into cfg src: micro-update invalid session interval
* 2:CORE: Could not insert key into cfg src: micro-update degraded mode duration
* 1:CORE: Encountered 2 parameter insertion errors while parsing ACF file

I got a report about these errors from one user, but these errors do not affect Cloudmark's functionality, i.e. it works after it's initialized.


Admittedly, this is not in the actual directory of /var/CommuniGate.  I tried that first, along with copying the libcmae.so to /usr/lib but received the same error.  Since this is a production server, I wanted to get back to the functioning 1.3 version as soon as possible.

After running for a couple minutes, the micro_updates directory looks like this:
-rw-r--r--  1 root  mail       153 Sep  4 12:36 1.ipl
-rw-r--r--  1 root  mail       195 Sep  4 12:36 1.mfl
-rw-r--r--  1 root  mail        67 Sep  4 12:29 10.awl
-rw-r--r--  1 root  mail  25347853 Sep  4 12:31 1139019.hs2.z.aes
-rw-r--r--  1 root  mail         0 Sep  4 12:38 1139121-zdata.txt
-rw-r--r--  1 root  mail      1887 Sep  4 12:29 15.acf
-rw-r--r--  1 root  mail      4379 Sep  4 12:36 168.rplv1
-rw-r--r--  1 root  mail     52411 Sep  4 12:36 181.cats
-rw-r--r--  1 root  mail      7619 Sep  4 12:36 26.dpl
-rw-r--r--  1 root  mail       131 Sep  4 12:36 4.mpl
with the 1139121-zdata.txt file incrementing every second or so.


The CommuniGate logs look like this when I switch to the 1.5 version:

*snip*
13:12:07.44 4 EXTFILTER(Cloudmark) inp(73): * CGPCloudmark plugin version 1.5 FreeBSD-Intel build 22-Nov-2006 started
13:12:07.44 4 EXTFILTER(Cloudmark) inp(41): * Initializing the Engine, please wait...
13:12:08.03 4 EXTFILTER(Cloudmark) out(12): 7742 INTF 3\n
13:12:08.03 4 EXTFILTER(Cloudmark) inp(82): * 2:CORE: Could not insert key into cfg src: micro-update invalid session interval

[...]

13:12:11.06 3 EXTFILTER(Cloudmark) processing delayed: REJECTED The engine is not initialized yet, please wait...
13:12:12.09 4 EXTFILTER(Cloudmark) out(29): 7749 FILE Queue/59788001.msg\n

You just have waited for 5 seconds, this is obviously not enough to download a 30+ megabyte update and initialize.

Try deleting everything from micro_updates and waiting for it to complete the initializatin process. The micro_updates/*.hs2.z.aes should reach more than 30 megs in size.



I don't remember the 1.3 giving any trouble like that during testing.  Any ideas?

Jeff Wark
TBayTel Internet

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Sincerely,
Roman

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