[Snort-users] snort preprocessor reputation Shared memory load entries always 0

阔野嘹歌 85358830 at ...15456...
Tue May 9 11:28:39 EDT 2017


Good day to all! I'm using Snort 2.9.8.3 on a Debian 8.2 virtual machine.To test reputation share memory and control-socket.I'm follow Snort manual 2.2.20 shared memory support.step by step.but it looks not work well.


My config file and whait/black list file in mail attachemnts.
The following line is my start snort command:
./snort -G 1 -Q --process-all-events -c ../etc/snort.conf


The following is the output of the snort:
.......
...
Reputation config: 
    Reputation total memory usage: 0 bytes
    Reputation total entries loaded: 0, invalid: 0, re-defined: 0
    Memcap: 500 (Default) M bytes 
    Scan local network: ENABLED
    Reputation priority:  whitelist(Default) 
    Nested IP: both  
    White action: unblack (Default) 
    Shared memory supported, Update directory: /usr/reputation/iplists
    Shared memory refresh period: 60 (Default) seconds 
    Shared memory max instances: 2

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Initializing rule chains...
1 Snort rules read
    0 detection rules
    0 decoder rules
    1 preprocessor rules
1 Option Chains linked into 1 Chain Headers
0 Dynamic rules
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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nfq DAQ configured to inline.
Reload thread starting...
Reload thread started, thread 0xa443db40 (25579)
    Reputation Preprocessor: Size of shared memory segment SFShmemMgmt.0.0 is 128
Mapped shared management region of size 128 as a reader.

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It appears that the blacklist is not load into shared memory.why?
who can tell me why?


I am searching for a long time on net. But no use. Please help or try to give some ideas how to achieve this.

I'm sorry my English is not good.sorry I am a novice.
sorry.

 

Can someone give me some help?

Can the Chinese give me some help?in Chinese.

I am a lonely self learner, if you can give me a little help , Thank you very much.
Best regards to all!


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