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20040512:LDM problem: Denying connection from localhost.localdomain



Hi Rodney,

> To: "'address@hidden'" <address@hidden>
> From: "Jacques, Rodney" <address@hidden>
> Subject: LDM problem: Denying connection from localhost.localdomain
> Organization: US NAVY/NAVPACMETOCCEN
> Keywords: 200405121919.i4CJJRtK023189

The above message contained the following:

> I have attached a log file from LDM
>  <<ldmd.log.2>> 
> We are having a problem with a denied connection from the
> localhost.localdomain. I have checked the hosts and hosts.allow files to
> ensure that the localhost is allowed. I do not know what to do.
> 
> Could you be of assistance?

[First off, you really should be using version 6.0.14 of the LDM.  There
have been some bug-fixes since version 6.0.10.]

I must admit, I haven't seen this problem before.

Apparently, the name of the host that's trying to connect to your LDM is
"localhost.localdomain", which is unusual.  The LDM itself is denying
the connection.

I suggest adding an ALLOW entry for "localhost.localdomain" in the
LDM configuration-file, e.g.,

    ALLOW       ANY     ^localhost\.localdomain$

Let me know if this works.

> Rodney Jacques
> 
> Meteorologist
> Forecast Systems & Applications
> NAVPACMETOCCEN San Diego
> Bldg 14, Saufley Rd.
> NASNI San Diego, CA 92135
> address@hidden
> (W) 619-545-6043
> (F) 619-545-0291
> 
> 
> May 12 17:15:54 granite rpc.ldmd[1431]: Starting Up (version: 6.0.10; =
> built: Apr 30 2003 16:46:37) =0A=
> May 12 17:15:54 granite pqexpire[1433]: Starting Up =0A=
> May 12 17:15:54 granite pqact[1434]: Starting Up =0A=
> May 12 17:15:54 granite galileo[1435]: Starting Up(6.0.10): =
> galileo.wrh.noaa.gov: TS_ZERO TS_ENDT {{FSL2,  ".*"}} =0A=
> May 12 17:15:54 granite galileo[1435]: Desired product class: =
> 20040512171446.365 TS_ENDT {{FSL2,  ".*"}} =0A=
> May 12 17:15:54 granite eldm4[1436]: Starting Up(6.0.10): =
> eldm4.fsl.noaa.gov: TS_ZERO TS_ENDT {{FSL3|FSL2|PCWS,  =
> "^FSL\.CompressedNetCDF\.MADIS\.(maritime|metar|sao|mesonet1)"}} =0A=
> May 12 17:15:54 granite eldm4[1436]: Desired product class: =
> 20040512171446.365 TS_ENDT {{FSL3|FSL2|PCWS,  =
> "^FSL\.CompressedNetCDF\.MADIS\.(maritime|metar|sao|mesonet1)"}} =0A=
> May 12 17:15:54 granite galileo[1437]: Starting Up(6.0.10): =
> galileo.wrh.noaa.gov: TS_ZERO TS_ENDT {{FSL2,  ".*enp.*"}} =0A=
> May 12 17:15:54 granite galileo[1437]: Desired product class: =
> 20040512161554.901 TS_ENDT {{FSL2,  ".*enp.*"}} =0A=
> May 12 17:15:55 granite galileo[1435]: Connecting to upstream LDM using =
> protocol version 6... =0A=
> May 12 17:15:55 granite galileo[1437]: Connecting to upstream LDM using =
> protocol version 6... =0A=
> May 12 17:15:55 granite eldm4[1436]: Connecting to upstream LDM using =
> protocol version 6... =0A=
> May 12 17:15:55 granite galileo[1435]: Upstream LDM is willing to feed =
> =0A=
> May 12 17:15:55 granite galileo[1437]: Upstream LDM is willing to feed =
> =0A=
> May 12 17:15:56 granite eldm4[1436]: Upstream LDM is willing to feed =
> =0A=
> May 12 17:16:50 granite feedme[1443]: Starting Up: localhost: =
> 20040512171650.294 TS_ENDT {{ANY,  ".*"}} =0A=
> May 12 17:16:50 granite rpc.ldmd[1431]: Denying connection from =
> localhost.localdomain =0A=
> May 12 17:16:50 granite feedme[1443]: FEEDME(localhost): 7: Access =
> denied by remote server =0A=
> May 12 17:17:15 granite rpc.ldmd[1431]: Denying connection from =
> localhost.localdomain =0A=
> May 12 17:17:15 granite feedme[1443]: FEEDME(localhost): 7: Access =
> denied by remote server =0A=
> May 12 17:17:36 granite feedme[1005]: exiting =0A=
> May 12 17:17:36 granite feedme[1443]: exiting =0A=

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

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