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On Thu, Dec 01, 2016 at 10:35:37AM -0800, rohan kumbhar wrote:
> Context for said subject:
> task : automation
> src vm : work
> target vm : win7-64
> operation : file-copy
> File-Copy src : /home/user/files
> File-Copy target : /user/Documents/QubesIncoming/win7-64
> the 2 vm's mentioned above are connected to different firewalls.
> hence, there are 2 isolated networks.
> work vm fetches *.* into the files folder using a python-script-1. the same
> script further issues qvm-copy-to-vm command on every file fetched to win7-64
> inside win7-64 vm another python-script-2 resides. it processes the received
> While python-script-1 dumps files, if python-script-2 accesses the
> File-Copy target, then python-script-1 in work vm starts displaying "connect:
> connection refused."
> How to interpret whats wrong?
> Is it that the qrexec-agent lost the handle to directory?
> There was a race-condition?
> Virtual channel closed? if yes, why?
Check logs of qrexec-agent running in work VM, for example using:
sudo journalctl -b -u qubes-qrexec-agent.service
"connect: connection refused." suggests problem on connecting to it -
maybe it's dead?
Invisible Things Lab
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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