Please check v3.0.x head
mcn4 at leicester.ac.uk
Mon Sep 21 12:04:57 CEST 2015
On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 08:00:06AM +0200, Stefan Winter wrote:
> _EXIT(1) CALLED src/lib/debug.c. Last error was:
> Mon Sep 21 07:54:03 2015 : Error: Cannot update core dump limit: Operation not permitted
> Mon Sep 21 07:54:03 2015 : Info: Core dumps are enabled
> Mon Sep 21 07:54:03 2015 : Info: Debugger not attached
> Since I'm running FR non-root, apparently the core dumps didn't quite
> work, so I don't have a better backtrace, sorry.
Won't be much help without a core dump :(
The error looks like you haven't set "ulimit -c 0" before starting
Otherwise if it is a permissions thing and on Linux you could set a
core pattern so it writes to, e.g. /tmp:
# echo "/tmp/core.%e.%p" > /proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern
> Mon Sep 21 07:54:03 2015 : Info: Ready to process requests
> Mon Sep 21 07:54:03 2015 : Error: rlm_eap (EAP): No EAP session matching state 0xac492c8ca94e358d
> Mon Sep 21 07:54:06 2015 : Error: rlm_eap (EAP): No EAP session matching state 0x1a29c8c91b2afc11
> Mon Sep 21 07:54:14 2015 : Info: (252) eap_peap: The users session was previously rejected: returning reject (again.)
> Mon Sep 21 07:54:14 2015 : Info: (252) eap_peap: This means you need to read the PREVIOUS messages in the debug output
> But that was in the seconds after restart, it doesn't seem to happen
> now any more.
Nothing to worry about. There were clients in the middle of EAP
transactions when the server stopped. They keep trying to
retransmit to continue their auth.
When the server starts back up again it gets a load of packets
from the middle of these old EAP transactions that it doesn't know
about, so rightly complains that there is no EAP state.
After a short while the clients time out and start again so the
errors go away.
But, yes, it can be a bit disconcerting when you restart a server
and initially see a load of errors.
Matthew Newton, Ph.D. <mcn4 at le.ac.uk>
Systems Specialist, Infrastructure Services,
I.T. Services, University of Leicester, Leicester LE1 7RH, United Kingdom
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