New batches of errors since upgrading


  • Kopano

    Hi @caldwell ,

    can you tell us which version of Kopano and Z-Push you are using?



  • Zarafa
    Product version: 7,2,4,28
    File version: 28

    z-push-common.noarch 2.3.8+0-73.1

    Perhaps this version doesn’t play nicely with Zarafa?


  • Kopano

    Hi Caldwell,

    it should actually work, but we didn’t test the latest Z-Push versions with Zarafa.

    Does it happen for every user? Do you also have WBXML log?

    Manfred



  • @manfred

    I turned on “LOGLEVEL_WBXML” in the conf file. Nothing seems to have changed in the output. This is what I get for, it appears, every user:

    20/09/2017 13:48:00 [ 6490] [WARN] [user@domain] /usr/share/z-push/backend/kopano/importer.php:146 mapi_importcontentschanges_config() expects parameter 3 to be long, string given (2)
    20/09/2017 13:48:00 [ 6490] [WARN] [user@domain] StatusException: ImportChangesICS->Config(): Error, mapi_import_*_changes_config() failed: 0xFFFFFFFF80070057 - code: 12 - file: /usr/share/z-push/backend/kopano/importer.php:152
    20/09/2017 13:48:00 [ 6490] [WARN] [user@domain] Ignored incoming change, global status indicates problem.


  • Kopano

    Hi Caldwell,

    it looks like the z-push-error.log. What’s in z-push.log?

    Manfred



  • @manfred

    The z-push.log has been empty since the upgrade. Same settings obviously in z-push conf file. I’ve restarted apache multiple times and removed the zero byte z-push.log file. Nothing changes. It’s not logging ANYTHING there.


  • Kopano

    Hi Caldwell,

    did you change LOGBACKEND, LOGFILEDIR or LOGFILE in config.php of z-push? Has the webserver user permissions to write to the log file? Are there any errors in apache log?

    Manfred



  • @manfred

    No. They are the same. The only changed thing in the config is 1-2 new sections added by this version of z-push. Everything else is the same:

    define('LOGBACKEND', 'filelog');
    define('LOGFILEDIR', '/var/log/z-push/');
    define('LOGFILE', LOGFILEDIR . 'z-push.log');
    

    I tried also doing specialLogUsers, but that doesn’t work either. The users certainly exist, but it’s not writing anything.

    Permissions are apache.apache / 644. Same as the error log, which it writes to just fine. Nothing has changed there either.

    This thing is screwed up since the upgrade, as far as new errors and no logging.

    No errors in apache worth mentioned from what I can see.


  • Kopano

    Hi Caldwell,

    do you have SELinux enabled? Maybe there are some its restrictions in place? It is strange that Z-Push is able to write to the error log, but not the regular log.

    Manfred



  • No. It’s set as “Permissive” and not “Enforcing” on that server currently. The only change that was made was a yum update to pick up the new z-push.

    How can I downgrade to the previous version?


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