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Old 2009-04-28, 19:29   #23
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I need to stop it asking the server to auth login.


[2009-04-28 18:12:42 GMT] socket 372 >>>> AUTH LOGIN
[2009-04-28 18:12:42 GMT] socket 372 <<<< 504 LOGIN authentication mechanism not supported
[2009-04-28 18:12:42 GMT] SMTP server error. Sent 'AUTH LOGIN', expected 334, got 504

My mail server doesn't require auth and will forward if you come from the right IP range.
What if you set emailauthentication=0 in the ini file? If that fails as well, I would need you to send me the log for both cases so that I can verify that the software is looking for the correct return codes.
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Old 2009-04-28, 20:16   #24
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I'll do that.
It's now saying expected 225 got 334 :(
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Old 2009-04-28, 20:52   #25
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I'll do that.
It's now saying expected 225 got 334 :(
I got your e-mail. I'm looking into it.
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Old 2009-04-28, 21:01   #26
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Hey guys, are any of you having problems connecting to the G2000 PRPnet server? For reasons that I can't fathom, my client suddenly stopped connecting to that server earlier today, and has 10 results in queue waiting to be submitted. Yet, I know it's not a DNS problem--my client is set to fallback to the CRUS G3000 server (which, BTW, I upgraded to v2.0.4 today--yes, I know the greeting still says 1.0.4, I haven't gotten around to changing that yet), which is on the same server and works fine.

Additionally, my computer can't reach the web pages for G2000, either, which indicates that this is a system-wide problem that's keeping it from connecting, not just local to the PRPnet client. Similarly, though, I can reach G3000's web pages without a problem.

Does anyone know why this might be happening? Is there something special about port 2000 that would get in the way of the connection? (When I get back from dinner I'll check a list of common TCP/IP ports and see what it's listed as, maybe that will shed some light on this...)
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Old 2009-04-28, 21:18   #27
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Same here. Looks like it's down for me too.

And I've noticed becuase it couldn't connect, Ctrl+C works fine. It'll stop and wait for an answer.
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Old 2009-04-28, 21:21   #28
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I wanted to look at the statspages, but canĀ“t open them...
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Old 2009-04-28, 21:28   #29
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Server certainly isnt handing out any work.
I can telnet in on port 2000, nothing useful comes back but proves that the port is open.

Someone will have to VNC in and see whats going on.
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Old 2009-04-28, 21:30   #30
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Hey guys, are any of you having problems connecting to the G2000 PRPnet server?
Yeah, I can't connect either.
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Additionally, my computer can't reach the web pages for G2000, either, which indicates that this is a system-wide problem that's keeping it from connecting, not just local to the PRPnet client. Similarly, though, I can reach G3000's web pages without a problem.
Same here.

By the way, I just noticed that when PRPnet isn't doing anything I can Ctrl-C and it brings up the menu correctly.
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Old 2009-04-28, 22:09   #31
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Someone will have to VNC in and see whats going on.
Actually, I did VNC in a few times today to see what was going on, and the server appeared to be functioning normally. I'll try restarting it and see if that helps.

Edit: Actually, scratch that--it seems the server's come back online on its own! My client is once again fetching work from the server normally, and I can access the web page too.

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Glad to see that it's back up.

By the way, what should I do with these 2 "z_____" files lying around? I've been having some issues last night, and it seemed to be skipped 2 numbers I had queued to test.
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Glad to see that it's back up.

By the way, what should I do with these 2 "z_____" files lying around? I've been having some issues last night, and it seemed to be skipped 2 numbers I had queued to test.
I asked Mark about those z***** files and he's not sure why they were left around. From what he's seen, PRPnet doesn't skip any numbers. However, I've never known LLR to leave a save file around after it's completed a test. Thus, it's theoretically possible that the client is skipping a few here and there (possibly due to extenuating circumstances--maybe weird shutdowns of the client or something like that). Either that, or something in the PRPnet client is keeping LLR from deleting its save files at the end once in a while; if that's the case, then this is a completely benign behavior. The only consequence of this would be a few extra files of somewhat negligible size being left around, which isn't too big a deal.

Regarding what to do with them: you can go ahead and delete them. As long as the client is actively running at the time, then you don't have to worry about deleting an active one since even if you do, LLR will just plop a new one down at the next checkpoint anyway.
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