[ctw] Re: ASSP web interface stopped working?

Hmmm...so there are some differences...for the most part, my libs are somewhat older, but I am running 5.10.0.


Lib     Yours   Mine
Compress::Zlib  2.045   2.027
Digest::MD5     2.51    2.39
Digest::SHA1    2.13    2.11
Email::Valid    0.186   0.184
Email::Send     2.198   2.198
Email::MIME::Modifier   1.91    1.903
File::ReadBackwards     1.05    1.04
File::Scan::ClamAV      1.91    1.91
IO::Socket::INET6       2.69    
IO::Socket::SSL 1.54    1.33
LWP::Simple     6       5.81
Authen::SASL    2.15    2.15
Mail::SPF       2.007   2.007
Mail::SRS       0.31    0.31
Net::CIDR::Lite 0.21    0.2
Net::DNS        0.67    0.65
Net::SMTP       2.31    2.31
Net::IP::Match::Regexp  1.01    1.01
Net::LDAP       0.43    0.4001
Net::SenderBase 1.01    1.01
Sys::Syslog     0.29    0.27
Net::Syslog             
Tie::RDBM       0.73    
Time::HiRes     1.9721  1.9711
Win32::Daemon           

I wonder if updating PERL would make a difference, or if I'm just chasing my tail?



On 4/25/2012 1:12 PM, TR Shaw wrote:

On Apr 25, 2012, at 3:36 PM, aklist wrote:

On 4/25/2012 12:14 PM, TR Shaw wrote:

On Apr 25, 2012, at 3:06 PM, aklist wrote:

On 4/25/2012 12:01 PM, TR Shaw wrote:

On Apr 25, 2012, at 2:45 PM, aklist wrote:

On 4/25/2012 11:10 AM, TR Shaw wrote:
go to the directory download; you will see files like assp_1.9.6.8(0.0.03).pl; 
copy an older one to the assp directory and rename to assp.pl.  Now restart 
assp. you can do this by killing the perl process and let launchd respawn, use 
launchctl or just restart the machine.

Tom

Thanks Tom...I had tried to stop/start assp using launchctl, but it didn't seem 
to work, so I rebooted and now I'm back on 1.9.3.4(1.0.04)...and glory be the 
web interface is working again!

So that's a relief, but I'm not sure why 1.9.6.8 wasn't working...it seems like 
it was redirecting connection attempts to a port other than 55555...would there 
be some reason for that?

What you saw was the source port which always changes. The 55555 is the dest 
port.


As for why. Not sure. You might want to look at the config file via a text 
editor and see what the allowed ip/ports are.

well, I didn't change the config file in any way before or since the last 
update...and rolling back to 1.9.3.4 fixed the problem using the same config 
file...very mysterious?

Is there any chance 1.9.6.8's web admin relies on something external that 
wasn't updated, like a different PERL lib?

Is there any way to generate some sort of debug info when this error occurs?

I am running 1.9.6.8(0.0.03) with no issues.

Here are my perls:

Compress::Zlib   2.045  HTTP compression available      CPAN
Digest::MD5      2.51   Greylisting/Delaying can use MD5 keys for hashes        
CPAN
Digest::SHA1     2.13   Message-ID tagging (FBMTV) available    CPAN
Email::Valid     0.186  RFC5322 checks available        CPAN
Email::Send      2.198  notification, email-interface, blockreports and resend 
available        CPAN
Email::MIME::Modifier    1.910  Attachments detection available CPAN
File::ReadBackwards      1.05   searching of log files enabled  CPAN
File::Scan::ClamAV       1.91   installed and ready     CPAN
IO::Socket::INET6        2.69   IPv6 installed and available    CPAN
IO::Socket::SSL  1.54   SSL support available   CPAN
LWP::Simple      6.00   Download griplist available     CPAN
Authen::SASL     2.15   SMTP AUTH is available  CPAN
Mail::SPF        2.007  SPF installed   CPAN
Mail::SRS        0.31   SRS available   CPAN
Net::CIDR::Lite  0.21   Hyphenated IP address range available   CPAN
Net::DNS         0.67   DNS Resolver available  CPAN
Net::SMTP        2.31   VRFY Recipients available       CPAN
Net::IP::Match::Regexp   1.01   CIDR notation available CPAN
Net::LDAP        0.43   LDAP available  CPAN
Net::SenderBase  1.01   SenderBase Queries available    CPAN
Sys::Syslog      0.29   Unix centralized logging installed      CPAN
Net::Syslog                     CPAN
Tie::RDBM        0.73   mysql usage available   CPAN
Time::HiRes      1.9721 CPU statistics available        CPAN
Win32::Daemon                   roth.net

Hi Tom: How are you generating that list? I'd like to compare what I have.

I just used the web interface and clicked on info up top


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