[Snort-users] OpenFPC Daemonlogger Segfault Through OpenFPC
kevross33 at ...14012...
Wed Aug 27 05:38:16 EDT 2014
I seem to have it now, reinstall openfpc, daemonlogger etc on both boxes
and it was fine. On one of the boxes I did find bro files taking up to much
space in the tmp and not being cleaned so the disk was going "oh time to
roll over" right away so cleaned that up to and that one also started
working so it might have been a combination or different issues just coming
up at same time. So everything looking fine again :).
Thanks for the help and I look forward to seeing more stuff with
daemonlogger :). Between this and openfpc it does this job very nicely for
my needs & requirements right now.
On 26 August 2014 16:55, Jeremy Hoel <jthoel at ...11827...> wrote:
> So we run OpenFPC on CentOS (now at 6.5) and when we've had problems, a
> reinstall of the package has helped. Have you gotten any of the recentish
> changes that had gotten made in the scripts? He moved the code tree to
> Google and there have been some fixes since the last zip on the old website.
> the /etc/init.d/openfpc-daemonlogger command calls openfpc which runs
> daemonlogger like this:
> /usr/local/bin/daemonlogger -d -f /etc/snort/bpf.txt -i eth1 -l
> /var/log/snort/fpc -M 75 -s 256M -p openfpc-daemonlogger-<sensor name>.pid
> -P /var/run -u snort -g snort -n <sensor name>.pcap
> Try that manually.. if that works, then it's a openfpc/perl/library issue.
> On fedora we had to roll back perl-Filters due to some new changes that
> broke the client, but it has seemed stable on our servers
> On Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 2:36 PM, Marty Roesch (maroesch) <
> maroesch at ...589...> wrote:
>> What’s the command line that’s being fed to DaemonLogger? That’d
>> probably be the first place to start looking. That’s a pretty weird error,
>> is there a core dump?
>> Martin Roesch - maroesch at ...589...
>> VP/Chief Architect, Security Business Group
>> o" )~ Sourcefire Now a part of Cisco . : | : . : | : .
>> From: Kevin Ross <kevross33 at ...14012...>
>> Date: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at 5:09 AM
>> To: "leon.ward at ...1935..." <leon.ward at ...1935...>, "
>> snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net" <snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net>
>> Subject: [Snort-users] OpenFPC Daemonlogger Segfault Through OpenFPC
>> I know this is an older tool which isn't supported but I use it for ease
>> of integration into snorby & also that it stores onto disk and then fetches
>> on request making it better for my sensors as PCAP solutions like moloch
>> are just too resource intensive so I would appreciate any help kindly given
>> (or suggestions for another suitable maintained PCAP option similar in
>> My systems were updated recently and fine; now following reboot
>> daemonlogger segfaults when run through openfpc so I am not able to get
>> PCAPs. If I run daemonlogger say with just daemonlogger -i eth1 it is fine
>> and logs PCAPs but when using openfpc -a start it says it starts and then
>> in status it is stopped and shows in /var/log/messages as segfault error
>> with same memory location and things for each system:
>> System 1 Error - kernel: : daemonlogger: segfault at 0 ip
>> 0000000000402a0a sp 00007fffbc8be100 error 4 in daemonlogger[400000+7000]
>> System 2 Error - kernel: : daemonlogger: segfault at 0 ip
>> 0000000000402a0a sp 00007fff0e1e8c90 error 4 in daemonlogger[400000+7000]
>> Running the queue daemon in debug mode and things is fine and shows
>> nothing but I have no idea how to debug daemonlogger through openfpc. Some
>> other points:
>> - Daemonlogger Version1.2.1 (latest version installed)
>> - Latest openfpc
>> - System running Centos 6.4
>> - SELINUX tried relabel, disabled etc.
>> Thank you for any help in advance.
>> Kindest Regards,
>> Kevin Ross
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