Reload to refresh your session. [prev in list] [next in list] [prev in thread] [next in thread] List: snort-users Subject: [Snort-users] Barnyard2 doesn't read alerts From: Daniele Gallarato
My installation is onto Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS. Which brings me to not agree with your fix again. Thank you for your time. James do you take paypal donations?-LiGHT Logged lightenup Newbie Posts: 15 Karma: +0/-0 Re: Snort - Barnyard2 not working « Reply #10 on: April 25, 2010, 04:45:03 pm » Humm...
However, since there are no new events in the logfile, barnyard2 DOES NOT update the waldo file with the new logfile name and events=0 (as it should) because the waldo gets Collaborator binf commented Dec 8, 2011 If you want the patch to be applied to 2-1.9 you can either use my branch or use 2-1.10 beta branch where it was commited. Read 0 records Nov 24 19:11:47 IPCMON01 barnyard2: Opened spool file '/var/log/snort0/snort.log.1448358329' Nov 24 19:11:47 IPCMON01 barnyard2: Waiting for new data Snort archive folder : (/var/log/snort0/eth0/archive) -rw------- 1 snort snort 17082 We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox.
We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Reload to refresh your session. In this case the logic of the "process only new records" of the -n switch has no meaning since any record that will show up in the logfile that will appear Already have an account?
This happens after the processing and discarding of events in the newest logfile reached the end of the file. If these steps do not trigger the bug, please post here every command and step you took, and also the logfile (or relevants part of it) with the bug not triggering. snort gets restarted, so it closes snort.log.X and opens the new logfile snort.log.Y (Y>X), but no events are happening, so snort.log.Y is empty. Using the -n switch does get mentioned at startup, but no events are being sent and the waldo file is not updated.
I receive the errors:barnyard2: WARNING: Unable to open waldo file '/usr/local/etc/snort/snort_9867_fxp0/barnyard2.waldo' (No such file or directory)barnyard2: ERROR: Unable to open directory '' (No such file or directory)barnyard2: ERROR: Unable to find LiGHTENUPIm working on it... The -n switch actually only activates the pieces of code in spooler.c at the following lines which have the following purposes: @382 - keep searching for snort log files until we I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time.
This behaviour ONLY occurs if all of the following happen: snort rotates the log file barnyard archives the old file NO new events show up the new snort log file barnyard As you can see below it throws an error about not being able to open the waldo file. Recently, we want to add monitor another LAN port. Thank you!
Now with support for Jelly Bean, Bluetooth, Mapview and more. get redirected here Snort by Martin Roesch & The Snort Team: http://www.snort.org/team.html (C) Copyright 1998-2007 Sourcefire Inc., et al. I am fully aware its not a good fix but i have personally never used the -n command line argument refered to as -n Only process new events. So basically the data in the waldo file is being used, but there is no check to see if the file specified in the waldo (the timestamp) is actually the logfile
Since this is the case, it will load the waldo which points to the old file snort.log.X at position=Z which no longer exists, but barnyard2 DOES NOT check this. And in the future note that you can also use the mailing list for issues as it probably gets more visibility. it> Date: 2014-02-13 16:08:58 Message-ID: CABrjH6sUwnwCqMZNNL8HfOk4iR2jkQ8JB36KkmP8Wn-ChC5V+A () mail ! navigate to this website Daniele Gallarato [Attachment #5 (text/html)]
Please login or register. It will not happen again and i will stick to commenting only the technical part. Member Posts: 352 Karma: +0/-0 Re: Snort - Barnyard2 not working « Reply #1 on: April 08, 2010, 04:07:39 pm » Do this in the terminaltouch /usr/local/etc/snort/snort_9867_fxp0/barnyard2.waldochown snort:snort /usr/local/etc/snort/snort_9867_fxp0/barnyard2.waldo Logged jaysonr
Have a look at the following lines extracted from syslog with barnyard in debug mode: barnyard connects to database to get it's positions 2011-11-22T19:08:22.093437+02:00 [SERVER_NAME] barnyard2: spo_database.c:3145: database(debug): (SELECT sid FROM gmail ! I haven't tested it live yet, but i see no reason why anything might not work. And other good work arround would be to stop barnyard before snort in your rule update script this would obviously prevent the race condition.
The fix is not incomplete, it actually target exactly the issue you pointed out as it will create a new waldo on detection of a new unified2 file even if the His waldo file written on the last event processed used "timestamp: X and record: 150" b2 is getting stopped, so he just exists all logfiles snort.log. You signed in with another tab or window. http://webjak.net/warning-unable/warning-unable-to-open-dev-fd0-read-write-read-only-file-system.html when i run it, he show me a massege like: WARNING: Unable to open waldo file '/var/log/snort/barnyard2.waldo' (No such file or directory) i have restarted him bu still, he dont create
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