Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Topics - brononius

Pages: 1 ... 3 4 [5] 6
61
Installation issues / Asterisk Manager Connection Failure
« on: January 17, 2012, 01:44:11 pm »
I'm playing around with the phone section.
I started in freepbx to add some phones and so, everything was working. And after that, i started to learn about how it should be done. Not directly adding the phone in freepbx, but through linuxmce. So i removed the extensions, started to add my phones by linuxmce... And i did somewhere a module update within asterisk...
But now, freepbx won't start anymore.

When i try to 'reload the changed configuration', i get:
Code: [Select]
exit: 1
Checking for PEAR DB..OK
Checking for PEAR Console::Getopt..OK
Checking for /etc/amportal.conf ..OK
Bootstrapping /etc/amportal.conf ..OK
Parsing /etc/amportal.conf ..OK
Parsing /etc/asterisk/asterisk.conf ..OK
Connecting to database..OK
Connecting to Asterisk manager interface..FAILED
[FATAL] Asterisk Manager Connection Failure Failed to connect to the Asterisk manager through port: 5038

1 error(s) occured, you should view the notification log on the dashboard or main screen to check for more details.

Maybe some additional logs (/var/log/asterisk/full):
Code: [Select]
[Jan 17 13:55:27] NOTICE[31247] cdr.c: CDR simple logging enabled.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] NOTICE[31247] loader.c: 166 modules will be loaded.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] loader.c: Error loading module 'format_au.so': /usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_au.so: cannot
 open shared object file: No such file or directory
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] loader.c: Error loading module 'format_mp3.so': /usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_mp3.so: cann
ot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] res_musiconhold.c: Cannot open dir /var/lib/asterisk/mohmp3/none/ or dir does not exist
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] res_config_pgsql.c: Unable to load config res_pgsql.conf
[Jan 17 13:55:27] NOTICE[31247] res_smdi.c: Unable to load config smdi.conf: SMDI disabled
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] res_smdi.c: No SMDI interfaces are available to listen on, not starting SMDI listener.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] res_odbc.c: Unable to load config file res_odbc.conf
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] res_jabber.c: No such configuration file jabber.conf
[Jan 17 13:55:27] ERROR[31247] res_jabber.c: JABBER: Failed to load config.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] NOTICE[31247] config.c: Registered Config Engine odbc
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] res_snmp.c: Could not load res_snmp.conf
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] loader.c: Error loading module 'format_au.so': /usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_au.so: cannot
 open shared object file: No such file or directory
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] loader.c: Module 'format_au.so' could not be loaded.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] loader.c: Error loading module 'format_mp3.so': /usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_mp3.so: cann
ot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] loader.c: Module 'format_mp3.so' could not be loaded.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] cdr_addon_mysql.c: MySQL database sock file not specified.  Using default
[Jan 17 13:55:27] NOTICE[31247] cdr_addon_mysql.c: MySQL database table not specified.  Assuming "cdr"
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] chan_sip.c: tos value at line 20 is deprecated.  See doc/ip-tos.txt for more information.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot disallow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] frame.c: Cannot allow unknown format ''
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx_config.c: The use of '_.' for an extension is strongly discouraged and can have unexpecte
d behavior.  Please use '_X.' instead at line 59
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx_config.c: The use of '_.' for an extension is strongly discouraged and can have unexpecte
d behavior.  Please use '_X.' instead at line 60
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx_config.c: The use of '_.' for an extension is strongly discouraged and can have unexpecte
d behavior.  Please use '_X.' instead at line 61
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx_config.c: The use of '_.' for an extension is strongly discouraged and can have unexpecte
d behavior.  Please use '_X.' instead at line 1130
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx_config.c: The use of '_.' for an extension is strongly discouraged and can have unexpecte
d behavior.  Please use '_X.' instead at line 1131
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx_config.c: The use of '_.' for an extension is strongly discouraged and can have unexpecte
d behavior.  Please use '_X.' instead at line 1132
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx_config.c: Unable to include context 'from-internal' in context 'trusted'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'from-did-direct' tries to include nonexistent context 'ext-findmefollow'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'from-pstn' tries to include nonexistent context 'from-pstn-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'from-internal-additional' tries to include nonexistent context 'from-internal
-additional-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'bad-number' tries to include nonexistent context 'bad-number-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-blackhole' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-blackhole-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'outrt-001-9_outside' tries to include nonexistent context 'outrt-001-9_outsid
e-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'outbound-allroutes' tries to include nonexistent context 'outbound-allroutes-
custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'ext-did-catchall' tries to include nonexistent context 'ext-did-catchall-cust
om'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'ext-did' tries to include nonexistent context 'ext-did-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'ext-test' tries to include nonexistent context 'ext-test-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-chanspy' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-chanspy-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-zapbarge' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-zapbarge-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-pickup' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-pickup-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-userlogonoff' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-userlogonoff-cust
om'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-cf-unavailable-on' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-cf-unavailab
le-on-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-cf-unavailable-off' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-cf-unavaila
ble-off-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-cf-on' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-cf-on-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-cf-off-any' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-cf-off-any-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-cf-off' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-cf-off-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-cf-busy-on' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-cf-busy-on-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-cf-busy-off-any' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-cf-busy-off-an
y-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-cf-busy-off' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-cf-busy-off-custom
'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'gabcast' tries to include nonexistent context 'gabcast-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-gabcast' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-gabcast-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-dictate-send' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-dictate-send-cust
om'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-dictate-record' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-dictate-record-
custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-recordings' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-recordings-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'cidlookup' tries to include nonexistent context 'cidlookup-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-vmmain' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-vmmain-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-dialvm' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-dialvm-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-pbdirectory' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-pbdirectory-custom
'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-callwaiting-cwon' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-callwaiting-c
won-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-callwaiting-cwoff' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-callwaiting-
cwoff-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-blacklist-remove' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-blacklist-rem
ove-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-blacklist-last' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-blacklist-last-
custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-blacklist-add' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-blacklist-add-cu
stom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-blacklist' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-blacklist-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-blacklist-check' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-blacklist-chec
k-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-zoip' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-zoip-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-dnd-on' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-dnd-on-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-dnd-off' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-dnd-off-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-speakingclock' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-speakingclock-cu
stom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-speakextennum' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-speakextennum-cu
stom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-echo-test' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-echo-test-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-directory' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-directory-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-calltrace-perform' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-calltrace-pe
rform-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] pbx.c: Context 'app-calltrace' tries to include nonexistent context 'app-calltrace-custom'
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] cdr_odbc.c: cdr_odbc: Unable to load config for ODBC CDR's: cdr_odbc.conf
[Jan 17 13:55:27] NOTICE[31247] chan_agent.c: No agent configuration found -- agent support disabled
[Jan 17 13:55:27] NOTICE[31247] chan_mgcp.c: Unable to load config mgcp.conf, MGCP disabled
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] cdr_custom.c: Failed to load configuration file. Module not activated.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] ERROR[31247] chan_gtalk.c: Unable to read config file gtalk.conf. Not loading module.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] cdr_pgsql.c: Unable to load config for PostgreSQL CDR's: cdr_pgsql.conf
[Jan 17 13:55:27] NOTICE[31247] func_odbc.c: Unable to load config for func_odbc: func_odbc.conf
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] cdr_csv.c: unable to load config: cdr.conf
[Jan 17 13:55:27] ERROR[31247] pbx_dundi.c: Unable to load config dundi.conf
[Jan 17 13:55:27] ERROR[31247] res_config_mysql.c: MySQL RealTime: Failed to connect database server  on  (err 2002). Check de
bug for more info.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] res_config_mysql.c: MySQL RealTime: Couldn't establish connection. Check debug.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] NOTICE[31247] config.c: Registered Config Engine mysql
[Jan 17 13:55:27] ERROR[31247] chan_zap.c: Unable to load config zapata.conf
[Jan 17 13:55:27] ERROR[31247] app_amd.c: Configuration file amd.conf missing.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] VERBOSE[31247] logger.c:   == No hardware transcoders found.
[Jan 17 13:55:27] VERBOSE[31247] logger.c:   == Platform byte order   : LITTLE ENDIAN
[Jan 17 13:55:27] VERBOSE[31247] logger.c:     -- GLOBAL: Preferred capability (alaw|ulaw)
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] chan_sccp.c: Unknown param at line 50: park = off
[Jan 17 13:55:27] VERBOSE[31247] logger.c:     -- Added empty speeddial
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] chan_sccp.c: Wrong device param: device => SEP
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] chan_sccp.c: Unknown param at line 62: park = off
[Jan 17 13:55:27] VERBOSE[31247] logger.c:     -- Added empty speeddial
[Jan 17 13:55:27] WARNING[31247] chan_sccp.c: Wrong device param: device => SEP

Any idea what i must do???
Guess it has something to do with the update?  >:(

62
Installation issues / [SOLVED] Syslog flooded by 'failed to mount'
« on: January 15, 2012, 08:11:54 am »
Hey,

My syslog is flooded by a lot of problems to mount some disks. This is triggered each minute. So a bit to much information... ;)
Code: [Select]
corius 2012-01-15 07:57:56 ookup(program): lookup for 90 failed Daemon Err
corius 2012-01-15 07:57:56 failed to mount /mnt/device/90 Daemon Err
corius 2012-01-15 07:57:56 lookup(program): lookup for 91 failed Daemon Err
corius 2012-01-15 07:57:56 failed to mount /mnt/device/91 Daemon Err
corius 2012-01-15 07:57:56 lookup(program): lookup for 89 failed Daemon Err
corius 2012-01-15 07:57:56 failed to mount /mnt/device/89

For the moment, i've got only 1 disk in the machine (sda). I was trying to add a second one, but something went/goes wrong there...
Some details from 'sudo fdisk -l':
Code: [Select]
Schijf /dev/sda: 500.1 GB, 500107862016 bytes
255 koppen, 63 sectoren/spoor, 60801 cilinders
Eenheid = cilinders van 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
Schijf-ID: 0x000d6c93

 Apparaat Opstart   Begin       Einde     Blokken   ID  Systeem
/dev/sda1   *           1       59667   479275146   83  Linux
/dev/sda2           59668       60801     9108855    5  Uitgebreid
/dev/sda5           59668       60801     9108823+  82  Linux wisselgeheugen


These are following disks that give problems:
Code: [Select]
Device #89: ST31000340AS (sdb1) on corius
Device #90: ST31000340AS (sdb2) on corius
Device #91: ST31000340AS (sdb1) on corius

Can i safely remove these disks from the 'My Devices / Core' with the option delete this device?
Or must i follow a specific procedure to do this?

63
Users / Is sysklogd needed?
« on: January 09, 2012, 03:27:46 pm »
Hey,

I noticed that today, sysklogd is used for the syslogging.
Is this a requirement? Or can I change this with fe rsyslog or syslog-ng?

Reason for me asking this that i would like to add a more 'GUI' based syslogging.
And also use the server for other purposes like collecting the syslogs of other machines in my network...

64
Installation issues / Outside Access; No access with high ports?
« on: December 29, 2011, 10:40:56 am »
I've played around to get the remote access working.  My ISP blocks all ports below 1024. So i needed to use a port higher then that.
I thought of using an easy port, namely 12345. But this didn't work.  ???
I check with my ISP (Belgium cableprovider telenet), but of course they couldn't help me. You know those ISP, they're GOD.  :-X
After a lot of testing and changing, i found out that when i use fe port 2222, it works. But with 12345 it doesn't?!

So if others have problems, try this (or another) port?



Any idea how this come?
If it's a restriction in the server, maybe best to let us choose between some? A drop-down menu or so? Would be a bit more userfriendly, no?

For example
Allow outside access to the website on port80
443
1027
1232
2375
custom

65
Users / Backup your server
« on: December 26, 2011, 11:42:18 am »
Hey,

Of course, it's always nice to have a complete image of your server in case of failure. But in the field, this is a bit hard. Shutdown the server, start your image manually, restart server. Downtime server: x-hours...

There's a backup option in the webmin, but i recall that this wasn't working for 100%.
For the moment, i created a folder and small script that copies automatically every night all files i ever changed. For example the dchp-extra file, eibd files...

It would be nice that all configuration (db?) would be copied each night to a remote storage, no?
Than when a crash occurs, you can reinstall and restore an up to date config...

Any thoughts about the best way to backup your configuration daily?

66
Users / All user data on disk B
« on: December 24, 2011, 05:45:31 pm »
Hey,

I've arranged my system so that i've got a disk of 320GB for my OS (linuxmce), and a disk of 1TB for all data.
What's the best way so all data is arriving on disk B?

Reason for this is to split my data from my system. Like this, i can take a complete images (without any user data) of disk A.
And later on, i would like to add a third disk of 1TB so i can mirror disk B.

Suggestions, tips, help is more then welcome!!!

67
Installation issues / Boot problems
« on: December 05, 2011, 08:37:22 am »
Hey,

My Server was running perfectly for several months.

Yesterday, i had a free day to dig in deeper into the server. I did a lot of work:
  • Installing/configuring cacti (/usr/share/cacti/...), split for linuxmce?
  • Copying a bunch of movies (400 GB) to the public folder (home/public/data/videos/xxx)
  • Playing around with the screensaver

Everything was fine, till late in the evening. Suddenly my workstations couldn't connect any more. When i checked the server, he 'frooze'. Only a hard reboot was possible. After the reboot, linuxmce doens't come up properly. Just a black screen with the mouse flash.
I can switch to console (CTRL-ALT-F2) and log in. Luckly...
The problem is like the video issue before, so i rerun AVwizard_run and choose the settings that worked for 100%. But no luck.  :'(
My workstations are getting an IP, but nothing else works (proxy, webserver...). When i scan the server, only port 2000 is listing?

Where is the best place now to look?

68
Feature requests & roadmap / Complete automated backup system
« on: October 04, 2011, 12:59:37 pm »
Hey,

I'm trying to get a kind of backup solution up and running.
Personally i use a lot 'rdiff-backup' to backup things under linux. I put this in different crontabs to backup different folders (home, config, data...).

Now i'm wondering what is backupped with the webinterface in linuxmce.
And how i could do this automaticlly. This way, i can take this into account with my global backups...



69
Users / [Solved] Input switches
« on: October 02, 2011, 05:13:49 pm »
Hey,

My installation is working with all EIB interface. All my lighting interfaces and power outlets are in linuxmce. And with an orbiter, i can nicely light up or shutdown the lights.
Now i'm wondering how (where) i should add a light switch (input relay). Is this the same as a light bulb (output relay)?

What's the best approach for this?



70
Installation issues / Webadmin very slow after interface device
« on: September 17, 2011, 07:44:24 am »
Hey,

I've installed the latest version of 8.10-final. And with this, a completely new setup of my devices.

I just added a EIB interface (template 49). And once this is in, the webpage is very slow (refresh +/- 1min).
This only happens when i add the EIB interface and click on interface. Once i remove the EIB interface, it runs like hell.

I suppose it has something to do with the serial/IP setting?
Because my device is a IP based device. So i don't have a serial port, and i'm thinking that he needs a timeout for the serial port?
In the settings, i already removed the portsetting, and added as ip 127.0.0.1.
But this stays the same.

From a terminal, i can control the lights. So eib is running correctly.
And i've download http://deb.linuxmce.org/ubuntu/dists/intrepid/EIB and copy it to /usr/pluto/bin (and did the reboot).



Any idea?


71
Users / 2 home automation gateways
« on: September 05, 2011, 11:35:52 am »
Hey,

For the moment, i've got an EIB IP Router that interconnects linuxmce with my home automation (EIB).
This works great with the EIBD solution.

Now i need a second gateway for another building.
Is it smart to buy the same IP Router, or is it better to use another technology? Fe an USB gateway instead of IP?
With other words, can i use 2 eibd drivers, or will this conflict somewhere?

72
Feature requests & roadmap / Demo server
« on: September 05, 2011, 08:11:37 am »

With the discussion of new features (fe monitoring), i was wondering how we could be able to show something.
You can start uploading printscreens and so, but i believe this isn't the way.

Is their a way to give somebody access with only read privilege?
This way, others can have a look without touching your server.

Or is it an option to install an online demo server?

Or are there other ways?

73
Installation issues / [Solved] Several lights in 1 room
« on: August 31, 2011, 01:38:46 pm »
Hey,

I noticed that when you put 2 or more lights in 1 room, you control them all at once with an orbiter.

Is there a way to split them?
So that you'll have several buttons on your top row with the different light switches?

74
Users / Orbiter skins
« on: August 30, 2011, 07:29:25 pm »
Hey,

I've tried all (web)orbiters skin for my Android.
Is it possible that not all skins change anything. Or at least not at first sight? Or has it something to do with the weborbiter?
I've choosed another skin, did a full regen of that orbiter and a reload. Afterwards i've opened it with http://corius/lmce-admin/weborbiter.php to take an easy printscreen.

Hereby a printscreen of all different skins.
Maybe this is interesting to put on a wiki page as well? This way people have an overview of the different skins.


Basic


PhoneBasic


Slate


SmallUI


TitaniumApple


TitaniumBlue


Ulta


ps if this is right, maybe the other skins should be cleaned, or renamed? To avoid confusion...




75
Feature requests & roadmap / Monitoring
« on: August 29, 2011, 08:19:46 am »
Maybe a new feature in linuxmce is a monitoring tool?

I don't know how (if?) you guys check today the bandwidth, disk space, services...?
Personally i use cacti a lot, i'm a network engineer, therefor i use it very much. It's easy to install (through apt-get install cacti), easy to maintain (webinterface / snmp based), nice to see (cool graphs, up/down status).

This way, we could easily manage/troubleshoot/alert some extra stuff:
  • Usuage: network bandwidth, internet load, memory use, disk space...
  • Status: orbiter ports listening, mysql running, domotica link there, phones up...
  • Log: very nice syslog server in there...
  • Alerting: send mails/sms when something happens, run scripts...
  • ...

And of course, when you've got other devices in your network that are snmp capable (aren't they all these days?), you can add them as well.
I'm thinking about a switch, a modem/router, normal pc's, ip phones, home automation links, power meters, water meters...


One of these days, i'll install cacti on my linuxmce server (I first need to take of backup of it  ::) ).
And after a couple of day, i'll see to extract some graphs as an example.

Pages: 1 ... 3 4 [5] 6