[ngw] GroupWise Mobility Service question
TMulvaney at mail.millikin.edu
Thu Feb 4 22:16:11 UTC 2016
Around 300 devices
4 virtual sockets
>>> James Taylor <James.Taylor at eastcobbgroup.com> 2/4/2016 1:44 PM >>>
How many devices, how much memory and how many cpu's?
james.taylor at eastcobbgroup.com
>>> Tim Mulvaney <TMulvaney at mail.millikin.edu> 2/4/2016 1:17 PM >>>
Thanks for the reply. I wondered the same thing but from what I can tell the cert is OK.
I just now noticed there are several of these in /var/log/messages file.
Feb 4 01:07:34 munds kernel: [5751783.360796] TCP: Possible SYN flooding on port 443. Sending cookies.
Similar to this article.
>>> Jonathan Paul <JPaul at stfrancis.edu> 2/4/2016 11:10 AM >>>
Just a guess, but maybe something with the SSL cert ?
>>> Tim Mulvaney <TMulvaney at mail.millikin.edu> 2/4/2016 10:48 AM >>>
This morning our NDS server just stopped working in that devices can't connect to server. The Device Sync Agent has stopped responding in the Admin console. The status is Critical Unknown. Also in the Device Sync Health there's this message, There is a large number of events waiting to be converted to mobile format.
The services are still running when I issue the command "rcgms status". When I restart the service the Device Sync status is not Critical but within a few minutes it turns that way.
Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions. Appreciate any advice. Thanks!
I see this in the engine.log
2016-02-04 08:43:10.107 WARNING [CP WSGIServer Thread-48] [engine:1083] [userID:] [eventID:] [objectID:]  Lost connection to App Interface for default.pipeline1.mobility connector, changing status to stopped
GMS 2.1.0 Build 230
dsapp General Health Check results (just the failed results)
Checking Mobility Services...
Checking for PostgreSQL 8.3.23: ..running
Checking for gms config: ..running
Checking for gms web admin: ..running
Checking for gms agent manager: ..running
Checking for gms engine: ..running
Checking for gms monitor: ..running
Mobility Connector listening on port 443: true
GroupWise Connector listening on port 4500: true
Connection refused on port 443
Connection successful on port 4500
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