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Robert Schulz
Hello

I installed bacula-7.4.4. I compiled the supplied check_bacula and
installed it to nagios.
check_bacula works to check dir and fd but fails to check sd.

verleihnix:/usr/src/bacula-7.4.4/examples/nagios/check_bacula #
./check_bacula -H 192.168.5.3 -D dir -M verleihnix-con -P 9101 -K <pw-dir>
BACULA OK - Director Status OK

verleihnix:/usr/src/bacula-7.4.4/examples/nagios/check_bacula #
./check_bacula -H 192.168.5.3 -D fd -M verleihnix-mon -P 9102 -K <pw-fd>
BACULA OK - FileDaemon Status OK

verleihnix:/usr/src/bacula-7.4.4/examples/nagios/check_bacula #
./check_bacula -H 192.168.5.3 -D sd -M verleihnix-mon -P 9103 -K <pw-sd>
-d1000
check_bacula: bsock.c:203-0 Current 192.168.5.3:9103 All 192.168.5.3:9103
check_bacula: bsock.c:132-0 who=Storage daemon host=192.168.5.3 port=9103
check_bacula: bsock.c:305-0 OK connected to server  Storage daemon
192.168.5.3:9103.
check_bacula: watchdog.c:82-0 Initialising NicB-hacked watchdog thread
check_bacula: watchdog.c:197-0 Registered watchdog 9654910, interval
300<NULL>
check_bacula: watchdog.c:254-0 NicB-reworked watchdog thread entered
check_bacula: btimers.c:178-0 Start bsock timer 9654868 tid=b7160940 for
300 secs at 1478272578
check_bacula: cram-md5.c:133-0 cram-get received: auth cram-md5
<1546039970.1478272578@verleihnix-sd> ssl=0
check_bacula: cram-md5.c:157-0 sending resp to challenge:
5X+Dw/B6En+tcTFF5+czVD
check_bacula: cram-md5.c:166-0 Received bad response: 1999 Authorization
failed.

check_bacula: btimers.c:192-0 Stop bsock timer 9654868 tid=b7160940 at
1478272583.
check_bacula: watchdog.c:217-0 Unregistered watchdog 9654910
BACULA CRITICAL - Cannot authenticate to StorageDaemon: 1999
Authorization failed.

I tried different client definitions and trivial PWs but I had no success.
What I'm doing wrong?


Director definitions:
verleihnix:/opt/bacula/etc # cat HBH-dir-director.conf
Director {
   Name = verleihnix-dir
   DIRport = 9101
   QueryFile = "/opt/bacula/etc/query.sql"
   WorkingDirectory = "/opt/bacula/bin/working"
   PidDirectory = "/opt/bacula/bin/working"
   Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 20
   MaximumConsoleConnections = 10
   Heartbeat Interval = 600
   Password = "<pw-dir>"
   Messages = Daemon
}

verleihnix:/opt/bacula/etc # cat HBH-dir-storage.conf
#========================================================================================
# Storage
#========================================================================================
Storage {
   Name = File_Stor1
   Address = 192.168.5.3
   SDPort = 9103
   Password = "<pw-sd>"
   Device = Device_DISK1
   Media Type = File
   Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 5
}


SD Definitions:
verleihnix:/opt/bacula/etc # cat HBH-sd-director.conf
#
# List Directors who are permitted to contact Storage daemon
#
Director {
   Name = verleihnix-dir
   Password = "<pw-sd>"
}

# Monitor
Director {
   Name = verleihnix-mon
   Password = "<pw-sd>"
   Monitor = yes
}

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Robert Schulz

Hello

I'm still investigating on this item. I still have no success to get bacula-fd checked.
Does anyone have an idea about that?

regards

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Subject: [Bacula-users] Fwd: check_bacula Authorization failed
Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2016 12:32:20 +0100
From: Robert Schulz [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]


Hello

I installed bacula-7.4.4. I compiled the supplied check_bacula and
installed it to nagios.
check_bacula works to check dir and fd but fails to check sd.

verleihnix:/usr/src/bacula-7.4.4/examples/nagios/check_bacula #
./check_bacula -H 192.168.5.3 -D dir -M verleihnix-con -P 9101 -K <pw-dir>
BACULA OK - Director Status OK

verleihnix:/usr/src/bacula-7.4.4/examples/nagios/check_bacula #
./check_bacula -H 192.168.5.3 -D fd -M verleihnix-mon -P 9102 -K <pw-fd>
BACULA OK - FileDaemon Status OK

verleihnix:/usr/src/bacula-7.4.4/examples/nagios/check_bacula #
./check_bacula -H 192.168.5.3 -D sd -M verleihnix-mon -P 9103 -K <pw-sd>
-d1000
check_bacula: bsock.c:203-0 Current 192.168.5.3:9103 All 192.168.5.3:9103
check_bacula: bsock.c:132-0 who=Storage daemon host=192.168.5.3 port=9103
check_bacula: bsock.c:305-0 OK connected to server  Storage daemon
192.168.5.3:9103.
check_bacula: watchdog.c:82-0 Initialising NicB-hacked watchdog thread
check_bacula: watchdog.c:197-0 Registered watchdog 9654910, interval
300<NULL>
check_bacula: watchdog.c:254-0 NicB-reworked watchdog thread entered
check_bacula: btimers.c:178-0 Start bsock timer 9654868 tid=b7160940 for
300 secs at 1478272578
check_bacula: cram-md5.c:133-0 cram-get received: auth cram-md5
<1546039970.1478272578@verleihnix-sd> ssl=0
check_bacula: cram-md5.c:157-0 sending resp to challenge:
5X+Dw/B6En+tcTFF5+czVD
check_bacula: cram-md5.c:166-0 Received bad response: 1999 Authorization
failed.

check_bacula: btimers.c:192-0 Stop bsock timer 9654868 tid=b7160940 at
1478272583.
check_bacula: watchdog.c:217-0 Unregistered watchdog 9654910
BACULA CRITICAL - Cannot authenticate to StorageDaemon: 1999
Authorization failed.

I tried different client definitions and trivial PWs but I had no success.
What I'm doing wrong?


Director definitions:
verleihnix:/opt/bacula/etc # cat HBH-dir-director.conf
Director {
   Name = verleihnix-dir
   DIRport = 9101
   QueryFile = "/opt/bacula/etc/query.sql"
   WorkingDirectory = "/opt/bacula/bin/working"
   PidDirectory = "/opt/bacula/bin/working"
   Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 20
   MaximumConsoleConnections = 10
   Heartbeat Interval = 600
   Password = "<pw-dir>"
   Messages = Daemon
}

verleihnix:/opt/bacula/etc # cat HBH-dir-storage.conf
#========================================================================================
# Storage
#========================================================================================
Storage {
   Name = File_Stor1
   Address = 192.168.5.3
   SDPort = 9103
   Password = "<pw-sd>"
   Device = Device_DISK1
   Media Type = File
   Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 5
}


SD Definitions:
verleihnix:/opt/bacula/etc # cat HBH-sd-director.conf
#
# List Directors who are permitted to contact Storage daemon
#
Director {
   Name = verleihnix-dir
   Password = "<pw-sd>"
}

# Monitor
Director {
   Name = verleihnix-mon
   Password = "<pw-sd>"
   Monitor = yes
}

Regards


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Re: Fwd: check_bacula Authorization failed

Martin Simmons
I suggest turning debug on in the sd to see what it is doing:

E.g. from bconsole, use

setdebug level=1000 trace=1 sd

and it will write a .trace file into the working directory.

__Martin


>>>>> On Fri, 25 Nov 2016 10:35:23 +0100, Robert Schulz said:
>
> Hello
>
> I'm still investigating on this item. I still have no success to get
> bacula-fd checked.
> Does anyone have an idea about that?
>
> regards
>
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> Subject: [Bacula-users] Fwd: check_bacula Authorization failed
> Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2016 12:32:20 +0100
> From: Robert Schulz <[hidden email]>
> To: [hidden email]
>
>
>
> Hello
>
> I installed bacula-7.4.4. I compiled the supplied check_bacula and
> installed it to nagios.
> check_bacula works to check dir and fd but fails to check sd.
>
> verleihnix:/usr/src/bacula-7.4.4/examples/nagios/check_bacula #
> ./check_bacula -H 192.168.5.3 -D dir -M verleihnix-con -P 9101 -K <pw-dir>
> BACULA OK - Director Status OK
>
> verleihnix:/usr/src/bacula-7.4.4/examples/nagios/check_bacula #
> ./check_bacula -H 192.168.5.3 -D fd -M verleihnix-mon -P 9102 -K <pw-fd>
> BACULA OK - FileDaemon Status OK
>
> verleihnix:/usr/src/bacula-7.4.4/examples/nagios/check_bacula #
> ./check_bacula -H 192.168.5.3 -D sd -M verleihnix-mon -P 9103 -K <pw-sd>
> -d1000
> check_bacula: bsock.c:203-0 Current 192.168.5.3:9103 All 192.168.5.3:9103
> check_bacula: bsock.c:132-0 who=Storage daemon host=192.168.5.3 port=9103
> check_bacula: bsock.c:305-0 OK connected to server  Storage daemon
> 192.168.5.3:9103.
> check_bacula: watchdog.c:82-0 Initialising NicB-hacked watchdog thread
> check_bacula: watchdog.c:197-0 Registered watchdog 9654910, interval
> 300<NULL>
> check_bacula: watchdog.c:254-0 NicB-reworked watchdog thread entered
> check_bacula: btimers.c:178-0 Start bsock timer 9654868 tid=b7160940 for
> 300 secs at 1478272578
> check_bacula: cram-md5.c:133-0 cram-get received: auth cram-md5
> <1546039970.1478272578@verleihnix-sd> ssl=0
> check_bacula: cram-md5.c:157-0 sending resp to challenge:
> 5X+Dw/B6En+tcTFF5+czVD
> check_bacula: cram-md5.c:166-0 Received bad response: 1999 Authorization
> failed.
>
> check_bacula: btimers.c:192-0 Stop bsock timer 9654868 tid=b7160940 at
> 1478272583.
> check_bacula: watchdog.c:217-0 Unregistered watchdog 9654910
> BACULA CRITICAL - Cannot authenticate to StorageDaemon: 1999
> Authorization failed.
>
> I tried different client definitions and trivial PWs but I had no success.
> What I'm doing wrong?
>
>
> Director definitions:
> verleihnix:/opt/bacula/etc # cat HBH-dir-director.conf
> Director {
>     Name = verleihnix-dir
>     DIRport = 9101
>     QueryFile = "/opt/bacula/etc/query.sql"
>     WorkingDirectory = "/opt/bacula/bin/working"
>     PidDirectory = "/opt/bacula/bin/working"
>     Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 20
>     MaximumConsoleConnections = 10
>     Heartbeat Interval = 600
>     Password = "<pw-dir>"
>     Messages = Daemon
> }
>
> verleihnix:/opt/bacula/etc # cat HBH-dir-storage.conf
> #========================================================================================
> # Storage
> #========================================================================================
> Storage {
>     Name = File_Stor1
>     Address = 192.168.5.3
>     SDPort = 9103
>     Password = "<pw-sd>"
>     Device = Device_DISK1
>     Media Type = File
>     Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 5
> }
>
>
> SD Definitions:
> verleihnix:/opt/bacula/etc # cat HBH-sd-director.conf
> #
> # List Directors who are permitted to contact Storage daemon
> #
> Director {
>     Name = verleihnix-dir
>     Password = "<pw-sd>"
> }
>
> # Monitor
> Director {
>     Name = verleihnix-mon
>     Password = "<pw-sd>"
>     Monitor = yes
> }
>
> Regards
>
>
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> Training and support from Colfax.
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