I used to run standalone MM 0.9.50 with CentOS 7, perfectly. Last week I updated MM to 0.9.52 with the help of @lmori and the proccess was completed with success. See ( https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/MineMeld-Discussions/Updating-MineMeld-from-0-9-50-to-the-lates... ).
However since the upload my MM doesn't work the same way. On my Dashboard is visible that my miner works fine, more than 90K indicators, but almost none of them ara available, less than 1K in the outputs (see figure below).
If we detailed the proccess, we see that the status of many nodes is "stopped". The number of indicators forwarded by the miners is high.
The number of indicators forwarded by the aggregators is almost the same.
But the number of indicators available by the outputs is extrmely low.
Has anybody experienced something similar? How you dealed with the problem?
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this problem started when I was trying to update to 0.9.52 version, but took so long that I finally completed the process with 0.9.60 version. To solve the problem with 0.9.60 version, you should execute the folowing, after the known basic steps:
ln -s /usr/lib64/python2.7/lib-dynload/_sqlite3.so /usr/local/lib/python2.7/lib-dynload/
This solve the problem of getting "Bad Gateway" message in MM WebGUI.
could you try this:
first I restarted just the engine through the web interface, but not changed. Then I restarted my server and I got a bit more indicators.
I still have many nodes with the staus "stopped". And the number of the indicators in the output isn't matching yet.
What is this parameter?
Can it be changed even higher? What is the consequence?
I'm sorry to insist. I still have nodes with the staus "stopped". I tryed to find any other evidences of the problem, but I got nothing. Unhappy, this is happening since I upgraded to 0.9.52.
Did you have the opportunity to see my last reply (https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/MineMeld-Discussions/Problems-with-CentOs-7-and-MM-0-9-52/m-p/2...)?
Our server team just upgraded my Minemeld to CentOS7 0.9.52 and it only lists about 29k indicators but only 43 total in the output. I have an Ubuntu 14.04 image running 0.9.52 and it has 231k indicators and 77k output.
We have never had CentOS running yet but that is our PROD operating system and they want us to use it. Right now I just have my test box feeding the PAN the EDL.
I tried bumping up to 60 on the timeout.
Hi @xhoms and @lmori
Apparently there is a problem with the version 0.9.52 and the CentOS. Do you have any other known issue? Is it being addressed? It is impacting our environment. Do you advise rolling back to 0.9.50 version? If yes, How to do it?
yes, I am looking into this. The problem seems to be related to RabbitMQ.
If you want to install the previous version, you can use the update procedure for Ansible but in the file change the line 7 to look like roles/minemeld/tasks/core.yml:
That doesn't work either.
I can confirm it is extremely unstable. I tried rolling back to the previous version using the tips of @lmori in the previous post. At first it failed and present a fatal error. I enabled the extensions the error desapeared, but I'm still getting the "stopped" status for some nodes. The curious point is that, after the rolling back, I'm still getting the 0.9.52 vrsion in MM WEBGUI.
Did you experienced something similar @StephenBradley ?
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