[Openvas-discuss] Problem with Authentication of the OV Manager at the Scanner

Thibaut Pasquiou thibaut.pasquiou at gmail.com
Wed Aug 11 19:42:35 CEST 2010

Hi everyone.

I'm having the exact same problem with cli since I upgraded to the latest
release and I was about to ask the very same question.

OS: ubuntu 9.10
OpenVAS components: latest releases from website's frontpage
I use cli -> manager -> scanner; everything works fine until get_reports.
   bash output : Failed to read response
   in openvasmd.log, I have : init_iterator: sqlite3_prepare failed: near
")":syntax error

Meanwhile, gsa works fine so I guess the problem might rather be openvas-cli
than openvas-manager.

How could we solve this problem?


2010/8/11 <birkel at fh-brandenburg.de>

> Quoting Matthew Mundell <matthew.mundell at greenbone.net>:
> >> the command get_tasks was executed without problems, but if i try the
> >> get_reports command - it throws: Failed to read response.
> >
> > Did you pass get_reports the right options?
> >
> > If you run openvas-manager with -v you should be able to see the failure
> in
> > the logs (var/log/openvas/openvasmd.log).
> >
> hi matthew,
> i ran this command over my shell:
> omp -v --pretty-print --xml="<get_reports
> report_id=\"048fa5f7-43a8-4720-8487-089e85e01b0e\"/>"
> another time i got the message 'Failed to read response'
> the log indicates a error in a prepared statement - as it seems for me.
> you can find the log here:
> http://www.copypastecode.com/34607/
> kindest regards
> Dennis
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