[Opendnssec-develop] Signer hangs.. caused by auditor?

Alexd at nominet.org.uk Alexd at nominet.org.uk
Wed Mar 10 10:06:35 UTC 2010

Hi -

opendnssec-develop-bounces at lists.opendnssec.org wrote on 05/03/2010 

> "Rick Zijlker" <rick.zijlker at sidn.nl> 
> Sent by: opendnssec-develop-bounces at lists.opendnssec.org

> This week I needed to kill processes quite often. It seems like 
> ?ods-control stop? command was not stopping the engines properly 
> (even though there is no signing going on) and when restarting them 
> the system kept hanging at:
> [root at signer1 kasp]# ods-control start
> Starting signer engine...
> connecting to /var/run/opendnssec/engine.sock
> By using ctrl-c this step gets skipped and the enforcer starts but 
> not the signer.
> I need to kill idle auditor threads which I saw when running ?ps -e"
> and the log would shows me:
> Mar  5 11:11:04 signer1 ods-signerd: Auditor result: -15
> Mar  5 11:11:04 signer1 ods-signerd: close syslog
> Mar  5 11:11:04 signer1 python: Connection closed by peer
> After that I can start the engines successfully. The problem is, the
> auditor wasn?t doing anything for hours. It looked like the auditor 
> claimed the signer for nothing but thereby prohibiting it to start.
> I am using yesterdays trunk checkout and partial auditor.

I have had other reports of the auditor failing, which have been withdrawn 
after recent fixes to the quick sorter. Is is possible that updating these 
changes fixes your problem?


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