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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Generating RSA Keypair

    Hi,

    On daily basis, my ASE error log is being appended with below. Could you please explain what is causing this & why?

    Excerpts of Error Log file:

    00:00000:00006:2009/10/08 00:33:40.90 kernel Begin processing to generate RSA keypair.
    00:00000:00006:2009/10/08 00:33:41.23 kernel Completed processing to generate RSA keypair.
    00:00000:00009:2009/10/08 04:42:36.78 server Adaptive Server Enterprise User Connection Report.
    00:00000:00009:2009/10/08 04:42:36.78 server Maximum number of User Accounts during current sample period: 20.
    00:00000:00009:2009/10/08 04:42:36.78 server Maximum number of User Accounts since startup: 20.
    00:00000:00009:2009/10/08 04:42:36.78 server Maximum Configured Number of User Connections during current sample period: 25.
    00:00000:00009:2009/10/08 04:42:36.78 server Maximum Configured Number of User Connections since startup: 25.
    00:00000:00009:2009/10/08 04:42:36.78 server Maximum Number of User Connections during current sample period: 0.
    00:00000:00009:2009/10/08 04:42:36.78 server Maximum Number of User Connections since startup: 2.
    00:00000:00009:2009/10/08 04:42:36.78 server Maximum number of user seat licenses used during current sample period: 0.
    00:00000:00009:2009/10/08 04:42:36.78 server Maximum number of user seat licenses used since startup: 2.


    Thanks

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    Are you worried about the "RSA Keypair" in particular, or the 11 extra lines in the errorlog ?

    1 You have ASE set up for LDAP or SSL. That requires an RSA Key Pair handshake.

    2 ASE now checks and enforces licence conditions as per SySAM licence files. At 04:42, It logged its execution.

    The errorlog is the place everything gets logged to, so there will always be more and more logged. These are "informational" msgs. If you are pruning the errorlog, these msgs can be safely ignored.
    Regards
    Derek Asirvadem (Formerly DerekA)
    Information Architect / Senior Sybase DBA
    Copyright 2009 Software Gems Pty Ltd

    I answer questions from the Original Poster only. If you have a genuine question, as the moderators have requested, start a new thread.

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  3. #3
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    Hi Derek,

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Asirvadem
    Are you worried about the "RSA Keypair" in particular, or the 11 extra lines in the errorlog ?
    Sorry, i was referring to "RSA Keypair" in particular.

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Asirvadem
    1 You have ASE set up for LDAP or SSL. That requires an RSA Key Pair handshake.
    As per /opt/sybase/ase/15.0.2/OCS-15_0/config/libtcl.cfg, my ASE is set for LDAP, but not for SSL.

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