[sniffer] Uploading problems

2006-12-03 Thread K Mitchell
  Still having issues uploading my log files. Sometimes the uploads go
smoothly, other times it starts the transfer, then errors out partway
through. Here's a log of yet another failed transfer;


connecting to 207.97.229.114:21
Connected to 207.97.229.114 port 21
220 Hello.
USER snifferlog
331 Please specify the password.
PASS (hidden)
230 Login successful.
PWD
550 Permission denied.
SYST
215 UNIX Type: L8
Host type (S): UNIX (standard)
TYPE A
200 Switching to ASCII mode.
PORT 63,175,74,17,12,152
200 PORT command successful. Consider using PASV.
LIST
550 Permission denied.
! Retrieve of folder listing failed (0)
sending logfile01.log as logfile01.log (1 of 2)
TYPE I
200 Switching to Binary mode.
PORT 63,175,74,17,12,154
200 PORT command successful. Consider using PASV.
STOR logfile01.log
150 Ok to send data.
! Send error: connection reset
Transmitted 27779584 bytes in 930.4 secs, (292.72 Kbps), transfer failed
! Receive error: Blocking call cancelled



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[sniffer] Files that appeared in sniffer directory

2006-12-03 Thread Chris Bunting
All of a sudden I have a bunch of .xxx and .fin files in my ms
directory, what are these for?

 

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[sniffer] Re: Uploading problems

2006-12-03 Thread Pete McNeil
Hello K,

FTP access for log files is restricted for security reasons. The
information your provide below shows you attempting to do a number of
things that are not allowed - for example, directory listings. It is
possible that the system disconnected you for security reasons
(thought I doubt it).

Uploading log files should be very simple.

Connect, login, put your file.

If you follow that protocol you should have no problems unless your
previously uploaded file has not yet been processed and you've used
the same file name (no timestamp). It is not permitted to overwrite an
existing file.

We've made no changes to the ftp system -- in theory, if it ever works
it should still be working.

Hope this helps,

_M

Sunday, December 3, 2006, 1:39:28 PM, you wrote:

   Still having issues uploading my log files. Sometimes the uploads go
 smoothly, other times it starts the transfer, then errors out partway
 through. Here's a log of yet another failed transfer;


 connecting to 207.97.229.114:21
 Connected to 207.97.229.114 port 21
 220 Hello.
 USER snifferlog
 331 Please specify the password.
 PASS (hidden)
 230 Login successful.
 PWD
 550 Permission denied.
 SYST
 215 UNIX Type: L8
 Host type (S): UNIX (standard)
 TYPE A
 200 Switching to ASCII mode.
 PORT 63,175,74,17,12,152
 200 PORT command successful. Consider using PASV.
 LIST
 550 Permission denied.
 ! Retrieve of folder listing failed (0)
 sending logfile01.log as logfile01.log (1 of 2)
 TYPE I
 200 Switching to Binary mode.
 PORT 63,175,74,17,12,154
 200 PORT command successful. Consider using PASV.
 STOR logfile01.log
 150 Ok to send data.
 ! Send error: connection reset
 Transmitted 27779584 bytes in 930.4 secs, (292.72 Kbps), transfer failed
 ! Receive error: Blocking call cancelled






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Chief Scientist,
Arm Research Labs, LLC.


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[sniffer] Re: Files that appeared in sniffer directory

2006-12-03 Thread Pete McNeil




Hello Chris,

Sunday, December 3, 2006, 2:47:50 PM, you wrote:







All of a sudden I have a bunch of .xxx and .fin files in my ms directory, what are these for?







Those files were always there -- but they have always gone away quickly enough that you didn't notice (I suspect).

http://kb.armresearch.com/index.php?title=Message_Sniffer.TechnicalDetails.Peer-Server

If you have a number of these files that are not going away then something has gone wrong -- possibly during a reboot or some kind of change, or perhaps if your server has been overloaded.

You can usually clear the problem by following this procedure:

1. Stop SMTP processing
2. Wait for all messages to be finished
3. Stop your persistent instance (if you have one).
4. Delete any left-over XXX, FIN, QUE, etc files (see the list in the above link).
5. Start your persistent instance (if you have one).
6. Restart your SMTP processing.
7. Check your SNF log file for any errors.

Hope this helps,

_M


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[sniffer] Re: Files that appeared in sniffer directory

2006-12-03 Thread Chris Bunting
Thanks Pete!

 

Thank You,
Chris Bunting
Enterprise Account Manager
Lancaster Networks

Direct: 717-278-6639
Office: 888-LANCNET x703
Fax: 717-431-6262

1085 Manheim Pike 
Lancaster PA 17601 
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From: Message Sniffer Community [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
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Sent: Sunday, December 03, 2006 18:58
To: Message Sniffer Community
Subject: [sniffer] Re: Files that appeared in sniffer directory

 

Hello Chris,

 

Sunday, December 3, 2006, 2:47:50 PM, you wrote:

 

 

All of a sudden I have a bunch of .xxx and .fin files in my ms
directory, what are these for?

 

 

 

Those files were always there -- but they have always gone away quickly
enough that you didn't notice (I suspect).

 

http://kb.armresearch.com/index.php?title=Message_Sniffer.TechnicalDetai
ls.Peer-Server

 

If you have a number of these files that are not going away then
something has gone wrong -- possibly during a reboot or some kind of
change, or perhaps if your server has been overloaded.

 

You can usually clear the problem by following this procedure:

 

1. Stop SMTP processing

2. Wait for all messages to be finished

3. Stop your persistent instance (if you have one).

4. Delete any left-over XXX, FIN, QUE, etc files (see the list in the
above link).

5. Start your persistent instance (if you have one).

6. Restart your SMTP processing.

7. Check your SNF log file for any errors.

 

Hope this helps,

 

_M

 

 

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Pete McNeil

Chief Scientist,

Arm Research Labs, LLC.

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