[Openvas-devel] gnutls new API used
jan-christopher.brand at hs-owl.de
Fri Mar 16 08:42:18 CET 2012
On Dienstag 06 März 2012, Jan-Christopher Brand wrote:
> > On Friday 02 March 2012 12:10:39 Jan-Christopher Brand wrote:
> > > Maybe this could be helpful: When connecting the manager to
> > > another server, the message is: " setting session
> > > priorities: The request is invalid" and the socket is not attached
> > > to the context (I think it's in ovas_scanner_context_attach()).
> > unfortunately I can't reproduce this over here.
> > Not sure how to proceed - anyone?
> I'm sorry. This was not the OpenVAS-Scanner, but an own application using the ovas_scanner_context_attach()-function.
> In SVN trunk we now use the "SECURE" setting of GNUTLS.
> Actually, if you are using the openvas-libs in current version for both, client and server, then it _should_ > work (famous last words) ...
Yesterday I tried again working with the newest gnutls-version and the OpenVAS-versions from the svn trunk. But it is still not working. Again the same errors in the openvasmd.log:
"lib serv:WARNING:2012-03-15 08h35.30 utc:18206: openvas_server_connect: failed to shake hands with server: The TLS connection was non-properly terminated.
lib serv:WARNING:2012-03-15 08h35.30 utc:18206: Failed to gnutls_bye: GnuTLS internal error."
And the GSA says that the OMP service is down. But this might be, because I haven't done the --rebuild.
And in the log-file the error is the same for the connect through GSA (but the logs are saying, that I should do the rebuild) and for the --rebuild.
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