Update: It looks like your issue is network related rather than authentication related. NativeCodeLoader: Unable to load native-hadoop library for your platform. So, at this point I have seen that the server ssh configuration seems to be fine - my wife's macbook and my friend's linux server can both connect without any issues. Best bet is to get someone who has admin rights on the server. This error is typically seen , or if. Hi Turbo Thanks for keeping up with this.
Vagrant version Run vagrant -v to show the version. Does anyone have any idea what might be causing this timeout, and how to fix it? If only I could figure out why this happened. One possible difference is that on my remote server I am using port 21 as my ssh port and he is using port 22. It appears that there is a hard limit on the amount of data that I can transfer in a single session and once I reach it, I get a 'Connection reset by peer' error message. I would be very appreciative for any insights you may be able to offer.
I can ping it and telnet to it, but ssh doesn't connect. I don't know for sure how this happened but after trying to reproduce the issue, I found that I may have attempted to restart sshd while not root. If you are not running the latest version of Vagrant, please upgrade before submitting an issue. It's saying that this mount will be a fuse filesystem. It would be worth doing a traceroute to see what is in between the two networks. You say that the destination host is in another network. If you are prompted for a password then there was a problem with your ssh key.
What happens when you try logging in from a normal user account, ideally the one which has the keys or certificates you are using to authenticate? I changed to port 21 because the firewall at my work has port 21 open and sometimes I need to log on to my server if a web server goes down or something. NativeCodeLoader: Unable to load native-hadoop library for your platform. You can see that both sides of the conversation had their connection reset. I did some research on the settings ClientAliveInterval and ClientAliveCountMax, and basically they control the amount of time the system is idle before it throws you out. The workflow is as follows: 1.
I am presented with a terminal and can execute commands without any issue. It was more of a long shot hope that there would be an error message in there that would give me a clue as to what caused the failure - I didn't see anything like that. I rebooted my local machine, the linux server and my router - same problem. Do you know why that is? Since it hasn't been mentioned explicitly in an Answer, another way this error can appear is if a network-based firewall between you and the server has decided to block the connection. For fail2ban find your ip with iptables -L --line-number and unban you ip with iptables -D , you check details on.
I created a key pair to connect to a Synology disk from 12. I've got very similar issue recently when a group had too much members the lenght of all members was about 500-600 chars. Browse other questions tagged or. Something else is going on. And that the 'servers firewall is disabled'. To answer the obvious question, yes, port 21 is open on the windows firewall.
You might check with the relevant network team to see if there is an intermediate network node e. I have no idea how to debug this problem but would like to learn. For those who wonder, I use another port instead of port 22 to prevent most connection attempts on port 22 on all my servers and then block port 22 using a firewall. When it threw me out there were no messages, however. I am going to visit my server tomorrow after work at my dads house.
Nothing that either you or godaddy can do to fix it, only Level3 can. If you have already done the following, please ignore it. This is a continuation of the thread To remove confusion I am doing this. There are a bunch of debug messages on startup, but nothing indicating an error. CentOs 7 Guest operating system This is the operating system you run in the virtual machine. For just remote login mosh-screen combo would be the best workaround as mentioned above.
Ubuntu Vagrantfile Copy-paste your Vagrantfile here Vagrant. It seems to me like the child is silently dying as soon as it is about to interact with system's authentication mechanisms. For general usage questions, please use the Vagrant mailing list:. Your log means that server-side drops the connection. Eventually Level3 will fix the issue large providers usually do that pretty fast and things will come back to normal. There have been times where my ssh key was causing issues.