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Web console shows: polling-xhr.js:250POST http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8181/horizon/?EIO=3&transport=polling&t=LI_bg_x&sid=VPQUJtIRdM_rxzfAAAAA 400 (Bad Request)o.create @ polling-xhr.js:250o @ polling-xhr.js:163u.request @ polling-xhr.js:91u.doWrite @ polling-xhr.js:104(anonymous function) @ polling.js:208(anonymous function) @ browser.js:325u @ index.js:23(anonymous function) @ browser.js:340(anonymous function) @ browser.js:320e.encodePacket @ browser.js:119o @ browser.js:319o @ browser.js:338s @ browser.js:345e.encodePayload @ browser.js:324n.write @ polling.js:207n.send @ transport.js:108n.flush @ socket.js:550n.sendPacket @ socket.js:610n.write.n.send @ socket.js:570c @ socket.js:63next @ socket.js:143e._next @ Subject.js:117e.next @ Subject.js:77e.__tryOrUnsub @ Subscriber.js:225e.next @ Subscriber.js:174e._next @ Subscriber.js:124e.next @ Subscriber.js:88e.notifyNext @ OuterSubscriber.js:19e._next @ InnerSubscriber.js:23e.next @ Subscriber.js:88e._finalNext @ Subject.js:128e._next @ Subject.js:120e.next @ Subject.js:77(anonymous function) @ socket.js:231t.subscribe @ Observable.js:52(anonymous function) @ socket.js:107r.emit @ index.js:134n.onOpen @ socket.js:396n.onHandshake @ socket.js:464n.onPacket @ socket.js:426(anonymous function) @ socket.js:258r.emit @ index.js:134n.onPacket @ transport.js:143r @ polling.js:145(anonymous function) @ browser.js:592e.decodePayloadAsBinary @ browser.js:591e.decodePayload @ browser.js:359n.onData @ polling.js:149(anonymous function) @ polling-xhr.js:124r.emit @ index.js:134o.onData @ polling-xhr.js:285o.onLoad @ polling-xhr.js:366hasXDR.r.onreadystatechange @ polling-xhr.js:238 index.js:66Received an error: Error: Websocket ws://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8181 experienced an errort @ index.js:66e.__tryOrUnsub @ Subscriber.js:225e.error @ Subscriber.js:186e._error @ Subscriber.js:127e.error @ Subscriber.js:101e._error @ ConnectableObservable.js:115e.error @ Subscriber.js:101e._finalError @ Subject.js:149e._error @ Subject.js:136e.error @ Subject.js:97e.__tryOrUnsub @ Subscriber.js:225e.error @ Subscriber.js:186e._error @ Subscriber.js:127e.error @ Subscriber.js:101(anonymous function) @ socket.js:82r.emit @ index.js:134n.onError @ socket.js:670(anonymous function) @ socket.js:261r.emit @ index.js:134n.onError @ transport.js:65(anonymous function) @ polling-xhr.js:108r.emit @ index.js:134o.onError @ polling-xhr.js:296(anonymous function) @ polling-xhr.js:243 websocket.js:237WebSocket connection to 'ws://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8181/horizon/?EIO=3&transport=websocket&sid=VPQUJtIRdM_rxzfAAAAA' failed: WebSocket is closed before the connection is established. 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As I said I'm running horizon 1.0 on node 5.10, the OS is Windows 7 x64. 👍 4 ingro changed the title from Websocket error after updating to 1.0 to Websocket error after upgrading to 1.0 May 17, 2016 andrewsomething commented May 17, 2016 I've seen this on Ubuntu 14.04 as well. v3: nfs3proc.c, 22 - v4, nfs4proc.c, 2 - statistics: generated from NFS operations at runtime * proc4ops: - ops: the definition of LAST_NFS4_OP, OP_RELEASE_LOCKOWNER = 39, plus 1 (so 40); defined in nfs4.h - x..y: the array of nfs_opcount up to LAST_NFS4_OP (nfsdstats.nfs4_opcount[i]) NFSD debug flags /usr/include/linux/nfsd/debug.h /* * knfsd debug flags */ #define NFSDDBG_SOCK 0x0001 #define NFSDDBG_FH 0x0002 #define NFSDDBG_EXPORT 0x0004 #define NFSDDBG_SVC 0x0008 #define NFSDDBG_PROC 0x0010 #define NFSDDBG_FILEOP 0x0020 #define NFSDDBG_AUTH 0x0040 #define NFSDDBG_REPCACHE 0x0080 #define NFSDDBG_XDR 0x0100 #define NFSDDBG_LOCKD 0x0200 #define NFSDDBG_ALL 0x7FFF #define NFSDDBG_NOCHANGE 0xFFFF NFS debug flags /usr/include/linux/nfs_fs.h /* * NFS debug flags */ #define NFSDBG_VFS 0x0001 #define NFSDBG_DIRCACHE 0x0002 #define NFSDBG_LOOKUPCACHE 0x0004 #define NFSDBG_PAGECACHE 0x0008 #define NFSDBG_PROC 0x0010 #define NFSDBG_XDR 0x0020 #define NFSDBG_FILE 0x0040 #define NFSDBG_ROOT 0x0080 #define NFSDBG_CALLBACK 0x0100 #define NFSDBG_CLIENT 0x0200 #define NFSDBG_MOUNT 0x0400 #define NFSDBG_FSCACHE 0x0800 #define NFSDBG_PNFS 0x1000 #define NFSDBG_PNFS_LD 0x2000 #define NFSDBG_STATE 0x4000 #define NFSDBG_ALL 0xFFFF NLM debug flags /usr/include/linux/lockd/debug.h /* * Debug flags */ #define NLMDBG_SVC 0x0001 #define NLMDBG_CLIENT 0x0002 #define NLMDBG_CLNTLOCK 0x0004 #define NLMDBG_SVCLOCK 0x0008 #define NLMDBG_MONITOR 0x0010 #define NLMDBG_CLNTSUBS 0x0020 #define NLMDBG_SVCSUBS 0x0040 #define NLMDBG_HOSTCACHE 0x0080 #define NLMDBG_XDR 0x0100 #define NLMDBG_ALL 0x7fff RPC debug flags /usr/include/linux/sunrpc/debug.h /* * RPC debug facilities */ #define RPCDBG_XPRT 0x0001 #define RPCDBG_CALL 0x0002 #define RPCDBG_DEBUG 0x0004 #define RPCDBG_NFS 0x0008 #define RPCDBG_AUTH 0x0010 #define RPCDBG_BIND 0x0020 #define RPCDBG_SCHED 0x0040 #define RPCDBG_TRANS 0x0080 #define RPCDBG_SVCXPRT 0x0100 #define RPCDBG_SVCDSP 0x0200 #define RPCDBG_MISC 0x0400 #define RPCDBG_CACHE 0x0800 #define RPCDBG_ALL 0x7fff General Notes While the number of threads can be increased at runtime via an echo to /proc/fs/nfsd/threads, the cache size (double the threads, see the ra line of /proc/net/rpc/nfsd) is not dynamic. check over here

We had some accounts that were pretty large that would take more than a minute to flush out. Otherwise, can you try shutting down Horizon, deleting the directory rethinkdb_data in your Horizon app directory, and then starting Horizon again in --dev mode? (this will delete any data stored for the application!) On Windows, it might also be necessary to start a RethinkDB server manually, and to pass --start-rethinkdb no -c localhost to hz serve. Message #5 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: "Joern Heissler" To: "Debian Bug Tracking System" Subject: qpopper logs wrong error messages "I/O error flushing output to client ... danielmewes added the bug label May 17, 2016 dalanmiller commented May 17, 2016 horizon 1.0.1 is now published to npm https://www.npmjs.com/packages/horizon andrewsomething commented May 17, 2016 Confirming that I can no longer reproduce the issue.

http://osdir.com/ml/mail.qpopper/2003-04/msg00065.htmlКак видно из обсуждения, товарищи упирают на значение тайм-аута.Но для старых профилей более вероятна другая причина.Решение: причиной возникновения данной проблемы является переполнение на рабочей станции (ХРень, обыкновенная, 32 bit) папки "Входящие" (размер оной выходит за рамки 2ГБ).Соответственно --- клиенту чистить профиль. Chuck Yerkes Re: I/O error flushing out... The CLI params are hz serve --secure no --auto-create-collection --auto-create-index --allow-anonymous --connect localhost:28015 RethinkDB member danielmewes commented May 18, 2016 @steelbrain That's different.

For example: /etc/idmapd.conf [General] Verbosity = 7 Pipefs-Directory = /var/lib/nfs/rpc_pipefs Domain = yourdomain.local [Mapping] Nobody-User = nobody Nobody-Group = nobody [Translation] Method = nsswitch If nfs-idmapd.service refuses to start because it cannot open the Pipefs-directory (defined in /etc/idmapd.conf and appended with '/nfs'), issue a mkdir-command and restart the daemon. You signed out in another tab or window. Proudly Powered by phpBB © phpBB Group © 1998-2015 mozillaZine All Rights Reserved TOP ˜AÚˆê—— —IT Special —ITƒZƒ~ƒi[ eBookˆê—— QA—IT ITƒgƒŒƒ ƒuƒƒO “]E ”hŒ­ Loading Loading —IT‘‡ƒgƒbƒv > ‹Œ—IT‰ï‹cŽº > Linux Square > RedHat7.3‚Ìipop3d‚ɂ‚¢‚Ä —IT‰ï‹cŽº‚́AITƒGƒ“ƒWƒjƒA‚É“Á‰»‚µ‚½Ž¿–âE‰ñ“šƒRƒ~ƒ…ƒjƒeƒBuQA—ITv‚ɐ¶‚Ü‚ê•Ï‚í‚è‚Ü‚µ‚½B‚º‚Ђ²—˜—p‚­‚¾‚³‚¢B ƒtƒH[ƒ‰ƒ€“àŒŸõ —IT ‰ï‹cŽº IndexƒŠƒ“ƒN Windows Server Insider Insider.NET System Insider XML & SOA Linux Square Master of IP Network Java Solution Security & Trust Database Expert RFID{IC

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Make sure this is definitely the problem before spending too much time on this. Press F2, and under "Display options", enable "Detailed CPU time". err_bad_dir, err_bad_rpc, err_bad_prog, err_bad_vers, err_bad_proc, err_bad - rpcbadauth: bad authentication . Visit Website Check that the permissions on your client's folder are correct.

The most obvious symptom will be a maxed-out CPU. Create an Account Your OpenID URL: Log in POP3 (в реинкарнации qpopper) и аутглюк - zagrei [entries|archive|friends|userinfo] zagrei [ userinfo | livejournal userinfo ] [ archive | journal archive ] POP3 (в реинкарнации qpopper) и аутглюк [Oct. 15th, 2012|12:01 pm] zagrei [Tags|*nix, шпаргалка для sendmail]Ошибка на стороне клиента (Micro$oft Outlook Express, входит в поставку до ХРени включительно):Начинает получать почту, получив некоторое количество писем отваливается с ошибкой (информативность сообщения об ошибке в лучших традициях фирмы майкрософт, потому, а также в силу реалий представления графики в жежешечке, не привожу).При повторе попытки получения почты повторно загружает (пытается загрузить) принятые ранее письма.Ошибка в журналах сервера:Oct 15 09:28:32 mail qpopper[86257]: I/O error flushing output to client at [192.168.1.100]: Operation not permitted (1)Oct 15 09:28:32 mail qpopper[86257]: at (192.168.1.100): -ERR SIGHUP or SIGPIPE flaggedOct 15 09:28:32 mail qpopper[86257]: I/O error flushing output to client at [192.168.1.100]: Operation not permitted (1)Oct 15 09:28:32 mail qpopper[86257]: at (192.168.1.100): -ERR POP hangup from smtp.mydomain.ruOct 15 09:28:32 mail qpopper[86257]: I/O error flushing output to client at [192.168.1.100]: Operation not permitted (1)Oct 15 09:28:32 mail qpopper[86257]: Stats: 0 0 94 19646974 192.168.1.100Oct 15 09:28:33 mail qpopper[86257]: I/O error flushing output to client at [192.168.1.100]: Operation not permitted (1)Апстрим об ошибке:At 03:44 AM 4/29/2003, Simon May wrote:Hi All,I know that this is a question that has been asked many times.Regarding the problems with outlook express "Operation not permittedqpoppper"The problem seems to be made worst by anti virus scanning of email on theclient.Has anyone found an answer for this problem.Well, since you don't want to hear "use another client" then the next response is "Call Microsoft and ask them to fix their problem."Further I don't think just saying "use another client" is really an answer,I'm sure that like myself many of us do not have the privilege of dictatingto our users the email client they useand are stuck with these MS products POPing the server.Since you're stuck with Microsoft product, you might as well try calling Microsoft and asking them why their mail program times out so quickly. This should be done in very-high-bandwidth environments. RethinkDB member danielmewes commented May 17, 2016 Fixed via #397 danielmewes closed this May 17, 2016 RethinkDB member danielmewes commented May 17, 2016 Shipping with Horizon 1.0.1 which is being published to NPM in this minute.

Close-to-open/flush-on-close Symptoms: Your clients are writing many small files. It's not important to you that if the server crashes: You may loose the files that were most recently written by clients. The size of the buffer will affect the way data is transmitted over the network. The async export option Does your situation match these conditions?

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Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox. For initscripts, ensure that NEED_IDMAPD is set to YES in /etc/conf.d/nfs-common.conf. firewall settings -perhaps there is a rule that's blocking connection from RAS.2.

Operation not permitted" Package: qpopper; Maintainer for qpopper is (unknown); Reported by: "Joern Heissler" Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2002 11:03:07 UTC Severity: normal Tags: patch, upstream Found in version 4.0.4-5 Fixed in version qpopper/4.0.4-8 Done: Yu Guanghui Bug is archived. Unable to connect from OS X clients When trying to connect from a OS X client, you will see that everything is ok at logs, but MacOS X refuses to mount your NFS share. In this case, it does not make sense to use the nocto mount option on the client. http://orgias.org/i-o/i-o-error-flushing-output-to-client-qpopper.html See http://horizon.io/docs/auth/ for the difference between unauthenticated and anonymous.

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Today I updated horizon to 1.0 and the client could not connect anymore to the server via websocket.

debug: Handling HTTP request to horizon subpath: horizon.js.map I also tried to create a new app with hz init but without luck. This is assuming you've already gone into the Advanced tab on the configuration and set the timeout to 5 minutes. It is possible to change the MTU of many network cards. Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time.

george Re: I/O error flushing out... Otherwise, EOF is returned and the global variable errno is set to indicate the error. That helps some, but if someone sends you a large attachment, you're likely still in trouble.Some people think of "timeout" as the time during which a program senses no network activity. http://orgias.org/i-o/i-o-error-flushing.html To check if this is the case, run the following command on one or more of the clients: # nfsstat -rc Client rpc stats: calls retrans authrefrsh 113482 0 113484 If the retrans column contains a number larger than 0, the server is failing to respond to some NFS requests, and the number of threads should be increased.

See this excellent article or the nfs manpage for more details on the close-to-open policy. Essentially, data is accumulated into buffers before being sent. If your workload involves lots of small reads and writes (or if there are a lot of clients), there may not be enough threads running on the server to handle the quantity of queries. NFS has a limit of 16 on the number of groups a user can belong to.

Try doubling this number until retrans remains consistently at zero. fflush fails for some reason, sets errno to the error number and returns EOF. 2. See the nfs manpage for details. With the timeout at 60 seconds that was the error msg it would record.

Gerald Is this a compile time option or run time? Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 563 Star 5,613 Fork 258 rethinkdb/horizon Code Issues 184 Pull requests 23 Projects 1 Pulse Graphs New issue Websocket error after upgrading to 1.0 #392 Closed ingro opened this Issue May 17, 2016 · 18 comments Projects None yet Labels bug Milestone Release 1.x.x Assignees No one assigned 7 participants ingro commented May 17, 2016 Hello! 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Operation not permitted Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page Debbie Fleith Regular Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎08-20-2003 07:55 AM ‎08-20-2003 07:55 AM Qpopper errors: I/O error flushing output to client; Operation not permitted Can anyone tell me what many of our handhelds that connect to a Red Hat 7.3 Linux server running QPopper V 4.0.5 to retreive mail are not able to retreive it now?Here is the error from one unit connecting via a Win 2000 RAS server:==========Aug 20 08:01:32.322 2003 [30273] I/O error flushing output to client hhcol013 at 10.3.0.86 [10.3.0.86]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:689]=========The other units that connect directly from the LAN do not have this problem. 0 Kudos Reply All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic 1 REPLY Alexander Chuzhoy Honored Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎08-21-2003 12:13 AM ‎08-21-2003 12:13 AM Re: Qpopper errors: I/O error flushing output to client; Operation not permitted I must say that you didn't provide enough info.1.the unints that can't connect are not in the LAN?2.Is the problem only with handhelds?3.can any unit successfully retrieve mail via RAS?Any way I would suggest you to check:1. Operation not permitted" Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2002 12:58:05 +0200 Package: qpopper Version: 4.0.4-5 Severity: normal Tags: upstream patch -- System Information: Debian Release: testing/unstable Architecture: i386 Kernel: Linux server 2.2.20 #5 Mon Jul 8 21:10:05 CEST 2002 i686 Locale: LANG=C, [email protected] Versions of packages qpopper depends on: ii exim [mail-transport-agent] 3.35-1 An MTA (Mail Transport Agent) ii libc6 2.2.5-12 GNU C Library: Shared libraries an ii libgdbmg1 1.7.3-27.1 GNU dbm database routines (runtime ii libpam0g 0.72-35 Pluggable Authentication Modules l ii libssl0.9.6 0.9.6e-1 SSL shared libraries -- no debconf information qpopper generates log messages like this one: Sep 11 12:16:47 mail2 popper[7396]: I/O error flushing output to client joe at somehost.sld..tld [1.2.3.4]: Operation not permitted (1) the error message (Operation not permitted) is wrong afaics: the relevant code from qpopper, pop_send.c is: void pop_write_flush ( POP *p ) { int rslt = 0; [...] rslt = fflush ( p->output ); [...] if ( rslt == EOF ) { [...] int e = ferror ( p->output ); pop_log ( p, POP_NOTICE, HERE, "I/O error flushing output to client %s at %s [%s]: " "%s (%d)", p->user, p->client, p->ipaddr, STRERROR(e), e ); [...] } [...] } from fflush(3): Upon successful completion 0 is returned.

Same error on the command line. To achieve the best throughput, you need to experiment and discover the best values for your setup. See this excellent article for information about I/O buffering in NFS. Last modified: Tue Oct 18 01:44:39 2016; Machine Name: beach Debian Bug tracking system Copyright (C) 1999 Darren O.

Skip to site navigation (Press enter) RE: I/O error flushing output to client Edward Chase Tue, 16 Mar 2004 07:51:34 -0800 On Tue, 16 Mar 2004, Muhammad Talha wrote: > Mar 16 09:49:35 mail popper[20769]: I/O error flushing output to > client at 192.168.197.188 [192.168. > 197.188]: Operation not permitted (1) > > what will the reason of this problem ? Unfortunately we haven't written a beta migration guide so far. Reason: From the main NFS page: exports are defined in /etc/exports in order to serve-up the content. deontologician added this to the Release 1.x.x milestone May 18, 2016 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub.