[Openvas-discuss] Openvas-discuss Digest, Vol 127, Issue 11

Christian Fischer christian.fischer at greenbone.net
Tue Aug 15 10:07:12 CEST 2017


Hi,

On 14.08.2017 20:29, Josemar Maso wrote:
> I'm sorry. Please, i sent the wrong log.
> Follow correct log.
> tks.

the SQL syntax used in OpenVAS 9 (openvas-manager-7.0) needs SQLite
3.8.3 or above where you are probably running 3.7.17.

I have created an internal ticket to specify this requirement. For now
please either update SQLite to a more recent version or stick on OpenVAS
8 which is still compatible with SQLite 3.7.17.

> 2017-08-14 15:03 GMT-03:00 Josemar Maso <josemar.maso at gmail.com>:
> 
>>
>>
>> 2017-08-14 14:54 GMT-03:00 Josemar Maso <josemar.maso at gmail.com>:
>>
>>> Follows attachment as resquested.
>>> tks
>>> Josemar MASO
>>>
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>>>> Today's Topics:
>>>>
>>>>    1. Adobe Fixes Critical Vulnerabilities (Antu Sanadi)
>>>>    2. Run Tasks Schedule in OpenVAS on CentOS7 (Josemar Maso)
>>>>    3. Problem with new install on Centos 7 [PUBLIC] (CAMPBELL Jeremy)
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>>>> Message: 2
>>>> Date: Fri, 11 Aug 2017 15:01:05 -0300
>>>> From: Josemar Maso <josemar.maso at gmail.com>
>>>> To: openvas-discuss at wald.intevation.org
>>>> Subject: [Openvas-discuss] Run Tasks Schedule in OpenVAS on CentOS7
>>>> Message-ID:
>>>>         <CAPJKjChTZTRQ7N7gKpjyqZ4_yEa+zcjOQxw==Zg6_CGExx_HCQ at mail.gm
>>>> ail.com>
>>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
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>>>> Hello Everyone,
>>>> I have OPENVAS9 on CentOS7.
>>>> See below error mensages in red.
>>>> Any solution or advice on how to fix ?
>>>>
>>>> thank you,
>>>>
>>>> Josemar
>>>> Brazil
>>>>
>>>> -----------
>>>> [root at CentOS7 ~]# tail -f /var/log/openvas/openvasmd.log
>>>> md manage:WARNING:2017-08-11 17h19.06 utc:20166: database must be
>>>> initialised from scanner (with --update or --rebuild)
>>>> md   main:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 17h19.07 utc:20167:    OpenVAS Manager
>>>> version
>>>> 7.0.2 (DB revision 184)
>>>> md   main:   INFO:2017-08-11 17h19.07 utc:20167: rebuild_nvt_cache_retry:
>>>> Reloading NVT cache
>>>> md   main:   INFO:2017-08-11 17h19.07 utc:20168:
>>>> update_or_rebuild_nvt_cache: Updating NVT cache
>>>> base gpgme:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 17h19.07 utc:20168: Setting GnuPG dir to
>>>> '/var/lib/openvas/openvasmd/gnupg'
>>>> base gpgme:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 17h19.07 utc:20168: Using OpenPGP engine
>>>> version '2.0.22'
>>>> md   main:   INFO:2017-08-11 17h19.07 utc:20168:    Updating NVT cache.
>>>> md   main:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 17h23.49 utc:20375:    OpenVAS Manager
>>>> version
>>>> 7.0.2 (DB revision 184)
>>>> md manage:   INFO:2017-08-11 17h23.49 utc:20375:    Getting users.
>>>> event schedule:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 14h25.53 -03:20764: Schedule diario
>>>> (cb21b1b7-0d36-4355-ad56-ab2017fbecc1) has been created by admin
>>>> event target:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 14h26.42 -03:20781: Target localhost
>>>> (ea2b6c9a-6e76-41f5-8639-7a18a73295c2) has been created by admin
>>>> event task:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 14h27.15 -03:20796: Status of task
>>>> (ad2dd79e-cf4d-45a3-8b06-c23a237aec45) has changed to New
>>>> event task:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 14h27.16 -03:20796: Task localhost
>>>> (ad2dd79e-cf4d-45a3-8b06-c23a237aec45) has been created by admin
>>>> event task:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 14h30.13 -03:20836: Task localhost
>>>> (ad2dd79e-cf4d-45a3-8b06-c23a237aec45) could not be resumed by admin
>>>> event task:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 14h30.13 -03:20836: Status of task
>>>> localhost
>>>> (ad2dd79e-cf4d-45a3-8b06-c23a237aec45) has changed to Requested
>>>> event task:MESSAGE:2017-08-11 14h30.13 -03:20836: Task localhost
>>>> (ad2dd79e-cf4d-45a3-8b06-c23a237aec45) has been requested to start by
>>>> admin
>>>> md manage:WARNING:2017-08-11 14h30.23 -03:20838: sql_prepare_internal:
>>>> sqlite3_prepare failed: near "(": syntax error
>>>> md manage:WARNING:2017-08-11 14h30.23 -03:20838: init_iterator:
>>>> sql_prepare
>>>> failed
>>>> md manage:WARNING:2017-08-11 14h30.23 -03:20838:
>>>> manage_cleanup_process_error: Error exit, setting running task to
>>>> Internal
>>>> Error
>>>> md manage:WARNING:2017-08-11 14h30.23 -03:20838: sql_prepare_internal:
>>>> sqlite3_prepare failed: near "(": syntax error
>>>> md manage:WARNING:2017-08-11 14h30.23 -03:20838: init_iterator:
>>>> sql_prepare
>>>> failed
>>>> -------------------------------
>>>>
>>>> [root at CentOS7 ~]# openvas-check-setup --v9
>>>> openvas-check-setup 2.3.7
>>>>   Test completeness and readiness of OpenVAS-9
>>>>
>>>>   Please report us any non-detected problems and
>>>>   help us to improve this check routine:
>>>>   http://lists.wald.intevation.org/mailman/listinfo/openvas-discuss
>>>>
>>>>   Send us the log-file (/tmp/openvas-check-setup.log) to help analyze the
>>>> problem.
>>>>
>>>>   Use the parameter --server to skip checks for client tools
>>>>   like GSD and OpenVAS-CLI.
>>>>
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>> tks.
>>
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