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Thanks 1 person hasthis question +1 follow 4410878 Link Short URL Reply Create a customer community for your own organization. Code: # # Configuration file for syslog-ng under Debian # # attempts at reproducing default syslog behavior # the standard syslog levels are (in descending order of priority): # emerg alert crit err warning notice info debug # the aliases "error", "panic", and "warn" are deprecated # the "none" priority found in the original syslogd configuration is # only used in internal messages created by syslogd ###### # options options { # disable the chained hostname format in logs # (default is enabled) chain_hostnames(0); # the time to wait before a died connection is re-established # (default is 60) time_reopen(10); # the time to wait before an idle destination file is closed # (default is 60) time_reap(360); # the number of lines buffered before written to file # you might want to increase this if your disk isn't catching with # all the log messages you get or if you want less disk activity # (say on a laptop) # (default is 0) #sync(0); # the number of lines fitting in the output queue log_fifo_size(2048); # enable or disable directory creation for destination files create_dirs(yes); # default owner, group, and permissions for log files # (defaults are 0, 0, 0600) #owner(root); group(adm); perm(0640); # default owner, group, and permissions for created directories # (defaults are 0, 0, 0700) #dir_owner(root); #dir_group(root); dir_perm(0755); # enable or disable DNS usage # syslog-ng blocks on DNS queries, so enabling DNS may lead to # a Denial of Service attack # (default is yes) use_dns(yes) # maximum length of message in bytes # this is only limited by the program listening on the /dev/log Unix # socket, glibc can handle arbitrary length log messages, but -- for # example -- syslogd accepts only 1024 bytes # (default is 2048) #log_msg_size(2048); #Disable statistic log messages. I think I have the culprit...> Are you sure that fd=6 refers to the pipe in question? Full text and rfc822 format available. http://orgias.org/o-error/i-o-error-occurred.html

As can be seen from the graphs, load does not seem to be the issue. See the attached patch for a simple but not very civilized workaround. I think I have the culprit...>>>>> Are you sure that fd=6 refers to the pipe in question? Status is "works for me".

Suspending Write Operation Because Of An I O Error F5

I /think/ it is safe not to return an error condition if the connect fails but I am not sure about possible side effects I might have overseen. Start a free trial today. If you have further comments please address them to [email protected], and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.

Reply With Quote 30-Aug-2012,09:21 #7 soundlord View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Busy Penguin Join Date May 2009 Location Liège Walifornia Posts 284 Re: [OpenSuSE 11.4][syslog-ng V3.2.2] recurent messages of same type All I can see is that the rights are not the same for all the tty devices in /dev Code: 885 0 crw--w---- 1 root root 4, 0 Aug 30 17:46 tty0 890 0 crw-rw---- 1 root tty 4, 1 Aug 30 17:47 tty1 899 0 crw-r----- 1 root root 4, 10 Aug 30 17:47 tty10 891 0 crw-rw---- 1 root tty 4, 2 Aug 30 17:47 tty2 909 0 crw--w---- 1 root tty 4, 20 Aug 30 17:46 tty20 892 0 crw-rw---- 1 root tty 4, 3 Aug 30 17:47 tty3 919 0 crw--w---- 1 root tty 4, 30 Aug 30 17:46 tty30 893 0 crw-rw---- 1 root tty 4, 4 Aug 30 17:47 tty4 929 0 crw--w---- 1 root tty 4, 40 Aug 30 17:46 tty40 894 0 crw-rw---- 1 root tty 4, 5 Aug 30 17:47 tty5 939 0 crw--w---- 1 root tty 4, 50 Aug 30 17:46 tty50 895 0 crw-rw---- 1 root tty 4, 6 Aug 30 17:47 tty6 949 0 crw--w---- 1 root tty 4, 60 Aug 30 17:46 tty60 896 0 crw--w---- 1 root tty 4, 7 Aug 30 17:46 tty7 897 0 crw--w---- 1 root tty 4, 8 Aug 30 17:46 tty8 898 0 crw--w---- 1 root tty 4, 9 Aug 30 17:46 tty9 Why tty0 and tty10 are not set in the tty group ? I have no real idea how that can be related to the wakeup. This is from an LXC container --- could there be some disk limit >>> in effect by default which I don't know about? >>> >> >> >> You are on the wrong track. Restarting it didn't > > help.

Debian distribution maintenance software pp. I/o Error Occurred While Writing Fd='9' Error='connection Refused (111)' Message #54 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: SZALAY Attila To: [email protected] Subject: Bug#384021: fixed in syslog-ng 2.0.0-1 Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2006 04:32:43 -0800 Source: syslog-ng Source-Version: 2.0.0-1 We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of syslog-ng, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive: syslog-ng_2.0.0-1.diff.gz to pool/main/s/syslog-ng/syslog-ng_2.0.0-1.diff.gz syslog-ng_2.0.0-1.dsc to pool/main/s/syslog-ng/syslog-ng_2.0.0-1.dsc syslog-ng_2.0.0-1_i386.deb to pool/main/s/syslog-ng/syslog-ng_2.0.0-1_i386.deb syslog-ng_2.0.0.orig.tar.gz to pool/main/s/syslog-ng/syslog-ng_2.0.0.orig.tar.gz A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is attached. This is from an LXC container --- could there be some disk limit >> in effect by default which I don't know about? >> > > > You are on the wrong track. http://support.f5.com/kb/en-us/solutions/public/14000/500/sol14521 As we're still missing details about the> fd in question it would be good to know what's your issue at all...> Right now without information we could only guess.

Password Linux - Server This forum is for the discussion of Linux Software used in a server related context. syslog-ng 3.0 should> properly suspend writing to such a destination as soon as it receives> the "connection refused" error, and then continue only when> time_reopen() time passes. (which is 1 minute by default).>> --> Bazsi>>-- ______________________________________________________________Clayton Dukes______________________________________________________________ 12 Replies 253 Views Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing Permalink to this page Thread Navigation Clayton Dukes 2009-06-06 17:33:38 UTC Balazs Scheidler 2009-06-07 09:54:45 UTC Clayton Dukes 2009-06-07 15:15:35 UTC Evan Rempel 2009-06-08 04:03:24 UTC Balazs Scheidler 2009-06-08 09:28:21 UTC Sandor Geller 2009-06-08 07:38:59 UTC Sandor Geller 2009-06-08 14:21:48 UTC Clayton Dukes 2009-06-08 13:25:23 UTC Clayton Dukes 2009-06-08 14:01:30 UTC Sandor Geller 2009-06-08 13:39:57 UTC Balazs Scheidler 2009-06-08 08:23:35 UTC Balazs Scheidler 2009-06-08 14:15:48 UTC Clayton Dukes 2009-06-08 13:31:41 UTC about - legalese Loading... And this fix of mine is pretty dirty, let's be honest... Copy sent to SZALAY Attila .

I/o Error Occurred While Writing Fd='9' Error='connection Refused (111)'

then there were no more messages about this I/O error. https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2012-March/239570.html That error message does not say there is no > > space available. > > > > It says the disk is not available, something very different. Suspending Write Operation Because Of An I O Error F5 Message #32 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Christoph Biedl To: [email protected], [email protected] Subject: Re: Bug#384021: Syslog-ng dies whenever the network connection is broken Date: Sun, 5 Nov 2006 15:22:58 +0100 [Message part 1 (text/plain, inline)] reopen 384021 severity grave thanks > I have seen a patch in Bazsi's commit log which commited today and I > think related to this bug. Pendsect: /dev/sda No Pending Sectors Detected Doesn't need answer Answered Hi, The server closes the connection, probably because of malformed log messages. Could you please attach both client and server side configuration?

Acknowledgement sent to SZALAY Attila : Extra info received and forwarded to list. That can bechecked using lsof.An strace could reveal which system call returned ECONNREFUSED, and thatcould let me find the problem. So I guess this is a 2.0 bug? and, then, how interpret the error/warning (?) messages.

Select Articles, Forum, or Blog. This is from an LXC container --- could there be some disk limit > >> in effect by default which I don't know about? > >> > > > > > > You are on the wrong track. Regards, Michael [Message part 2 (application/pgp-signature, inline)] Information forwarded to [email protected], SZALAY Attila : Bug#384021; Package syslog-ng. this content I'm interested in the failing connect() call and the preceedingsocket() which returned fd 14 to see what's the remote side.BTW these are the candidates:> destination d_unitylab {> udp("172.18.106.206" port (514));> };> # Set destnation to Scott's server> destination d_ucsyslog {> udp("172.18.86.112" port (514));> };Regards,Sandor Clayton Dukes 2009-06-08 13:25:23 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Hmm,I don't get it - is that what the 7w indicates?

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Forum English Get Technical Help Here Applications [OpenSuSE 11.4][syslog-ng V3.2.2] recurent messages of same type Welcome! rustyz82 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by rustyz82 05-03-2009, 10:47 AM #5 jerrybell LQ Newbie Registered: May 2009 Posts: 3 Rep: Unfortunately, the program() directive doesn't work like the author of that page thinks.

This is from an LXC container --- could there be some disk limit > > in effect by default which I don't know about? > > > > > You are on the wrong track.

That can be> > checked using lsof.> > I checked lsof, but didn't find anything other than a pipe (I think)> > syslog-ng 1009 root 7w FIFO 0,6 1232190 pipe> > However an strace did yield some good information, now that I know> what to look for:> > 1009 write(6, "<187>Jun 7 10:56:54 vnt-cm1d.cis"..., 277) = -1> ECONNREFUSED (Connection refused)> > This clued me in that, in fact, you are correct - it's not my perl> pipe that is the problem.> I'd forgotten that I had added some new destinations the other day to> some other servers in the lab, here's the config for that:> > > # Added destination for Unity servers for Scott and Joe> > # Filter all incoming messages for unity server sources> filter f_unitylab { (> host("^vnt-cm")> );> };> # Set destination to Joe's lab> destination d_unitylab {> udp("172.16.106.206" port (514));> };> # Set destnation to Scott's server> destination d_ucsyslog {> udp("172.16.86.112" port (514));> };> > # Log to configured destinations> log {> source(s_all);> filter(f_unitylab);> destination(d_unitylab);> destination(d_ucsyslog);> };> > It looks like I'm getting an ECONNREFUSED from one of the sources (vnt-cm1d)?> I would think the connection refused would be a destination, not a> source - or am I just reading that wrong?> > Thanks for your help (and sorry that I forgot about the new config!) :-)Hmm, why do you think it is a source? Check dmesg. >> >> > > It just says that a write failed. If so, there's no 6w...?syslog-ng 16624 root 0r CHR 1,32766 /dev/nullsyslog-ng 16624 root 1w CHR 1,32766 /dev/nullsyslog-ng 16624 root 2w CHR 1,32766 /dev/nullsyslog-ng 16624 root 3u unix 0xf5977a001630663 /dev/logsyslog-ng 16624 root 4r REG 0,3 04026531989 /proc/kmsgsyslog-ng 16624 root 5u IPv4 1630665UDP *:syslogsyslog-ng 16624 root 7w FIFO 0,6 1630666 pipesyslog-ng 16624 root 8u IPv4 1630668UDP rtpnml-x.x.com:34385->rtpnml-cx.x.com:syslogsyslog-ng 16624 root 9w REG 8,1 35140533589847 /var/log/syslogsyslog-ng 16624 root 10w REG 8,1 40295590246 /var/log/messagessyslog-ng 16624 root 11u FIFO 0,144729 /dev/xconsolesyslog-ng 16624 root 12w REG 8,1 235784055590214 /var/log/debugsyslog-ng 16624 root 13w REG 8,1 24455288588819 /var/log/auth.logOn Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 3:38 AM, SandorGeller<***@morganstanley.com> wrote:> Hi,>> On Sun, Jun 7, 2009 at 5:15 PM, Clayton Dukes<***@gmail.com> wrote:>> Alrighty! Using a minimal syslog-ng.conf like ----------------------------------------------------------- # options striped source s_all { internal(); unix-stream("/dev/log"); file("/proc/kmsg" log_prefix("kernel: ")); }; destination logger1 { tcp("192.168.19.25" port(514) );}; log { source(s_all); destination(logger1); }; ----------------------------------------------------------- syslog-ng fails to start if the remote destination is unreachable: # ip -4 route add unreachable 192.168.19.25 # /etc/init.d/syslog-ng restart Stopping system logging: syslog-ng.

Visit the following links: Site Howto | Site FAQ | Sitemap | Register Now If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. If my guess is right then the it's the*first* destination in your config.Regards,Sandor Balazs Scheidler 2009-06-08 08:23:35 UTC PermalinkRaw Message On Sun, 2009-06-07 at 11:15 -0400, Clayton Dukes wrote:> Alrighty! All rights reserved. Add a product + Start by typing a product or service name and we will look it up!

Benham, 1997,2003 nCipher Corporation Ltd, 1994-97 Ian Jackson. So, what is fd 6 then?>> Regards,>> Sandor>-- ______________________________________________________________Clayton Dukes______________________________________________________________ Clayton Dukes 2009-06-08 14:01:30 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Sorry, I'm just confused.I'm trying to figure out the source of the error - which destinationit's having trouble writing to.I don't mind showing my config:############################################################################################ June 06, 2009 Added by cdukes for php-syslog-ng###########################################################################################options { long_hostnames(off); # doesn't actually help on Solaris, log(3) truncates at 1024 chars log_msg_size(8192); # buffer just a little for performance sync(1); # memory is cheap, buffer messages unable to write (like to loghost) log_fifo_size(16384); # Hosts we don't want syslog from #bad_hostname("^(ctld.|cmd|tmd|last)$"); # The time to wait before a dead connection is reestablished (seconds) time_reopen(10); #Use DNS so that our good names are used, not hostnames use_dns(yes); dns_cache(yes); #Use the whole DNS name use_fqdn(yes); keep_hostname(yes); chain_hostnames(no); #Read permission for everyone perm(0644); # The default action of syslog-ng 1.6.0 is to log a STATS line # to the file every 10 minutes. My question is: What does this error mean, and how can I resolve it? its kinda long but here is all of it!

On Tue, 2006-10-24 at 00:19 +0200, Michael Tautschnig wrote: > Apart from syslog-ng not starting (or rather immediately dying) at system bootup > in case the network connection is not yet available, it dies whenever the > connection to the server is broken. Any suggestions would be appreciated. syslog-ng - The reliable syslog solution Zorp - The enterprise proxy firewall Shell Control Box - Activity monitoring for privileged access (finish) Tagged Add a tag + (finish) Help get this topic noticed by sharing it on Twitter, Facebook, or email. Add Image I'm e.g.

I know what is a I/O error but I don't know which device is involved (hard disk ? rustyz82 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by rustyz82 06-22-2010, 10:45 AM #7 cdukes LQ Newbie Registered: May 2004 Location: Tampa, FL Distribution: Gentoo Posts: 7 Rep: Broken Pipe Quote: Originally Posted by rustyz82 OK I get the idea but I'm not sure how to apply that to what I have already setup. This is fd 7, not 6. Check dmesg. > Mar 24 10:05:01 sunflo-mx syslog-ng[27532]: internal() messages are looping back, preventing loop by suppressing all internal messages until the current message is processed; trigger-msg='', first-suppressed-msg='I/O error occurred while writing; fd=\'15\', error=\'No space left on device (28)\'' Somewhat misleading maybe ... frodriguez.developer at outlook Mar24,2015,2:13AM Post #6 of 8 (1650 views) Permalink Re: syslog-ng: reporting no space though there's plenty [In reply to] On Tuesday, March 24, 2015 9:01:37 AM Alan McKinnon wrote: > On 23/03/2015 18:37, hw wrote: > > > > Hi, > > > > syslog-ng keeps reporting: > > > > > > Mar 23 17:34:41 sunflo-mx syslog-ng[27532]: Error suspend timeout has > > elapsed, attempting to write again; fd='15' > > Mar 23 17:34:41 sunflo-mx syslog-ng[27532]: Suspending write operation > > because of an I/O error; fd='15', time_reopen='60' > > > > > > while there's plenty of disk space available.

By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Using the original 10 or 19, the deamon dies. Traiano Previous message: Loan Offer...Apply Now Next message: FreeBSD: syslog-ng: I/O error occurred while writing; fd='xx', error='No buffer space available (yy)' Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] More information about the freebsd-questions mailing list Loading Profile... Check dmesg. > > It just says that a write failed.