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Cant kick or ban users

Hello world!

I'm running jabber server on Debian Lenny 2.6.26-2-686
ii  jabber                            1.4.3-3.4                An instant messaging server using the Jabber/XMPP protocol
ii  jabber-common                     0.5                      Jabber server and transport (common files)
ii  jabber-jud                        0.5-3+b1                 Provides User Directory support for the Jabber IM server
ii  jabber-muc                        0.6.0-2.1                Multi User Chat module for the Jabber IM Server

I have a problem when try to ban or kick users. Error log from debug
mode below.

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Thu Mar  4 18:50:35 2010  jabberd.c:255 main load check of 1.00 with 13 total threads
Thu Mar  4 18:50:36 2010  mio.c:829 mio while loop, working
Thu Mar  4 18:50:36 2010  mio_ssl.c:149 Asked to read 500 bytes from 17
Thu Mar  4 18:50:36 2010  mio.c:977 MIO read from socket 17: <iq xmlns="jabber:client" type="set"
to="it <at> conference.jab" id="ab14a" >
<query xmlns="http://jabber.org/protocol/muc#admin">
<item nick="ivanp" role="none" />
</query>
</iq>

Thu Mar  4 18:50:36 2010  c2s [client.c:282] pthsock_client_read called with: m:81EEF08 flag:3 arg:81FC090
Thu Mar  4 18:50:36 2010  deliver.c:474 DELIVER 4:jab <route to='grigoryn <at> jab/81C7748'
from='17 <at> c2s/81EEF08'><iq xmlns='jabber:client' type='set' to='it <at> conference.jab' id='ab14a'>
<query xmlns='http://jabber.org/protocol/muc#admin'>
<item nick='ivanp' role='none'/>
</query>
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Marc Olive | 8 Mar 08:22 2010

Re: Server with SSL support ...


Hello,

I'm facing the same problem, I've setup the certificate and wrote the path and 
file in XML configuration files, but can't connect using SSL, I get the same 
error message on client and server side.

Could you solve the problem? if so, how?

Regards,

El Wednesday 16 December 2009 10:41:38 Purushottam R S va escriure:
> Adding to my previous post,
>
> I see following error messages while server booting....
>   C2S : sx (ssl.c:48) verify error:num=18:self signed
> certificate:depth=0:/CN=192.168.1.5
>
>   SM  : sx (ssl.c:48) verify error:num=18:self signed
> certificate:depth=0:/CN=192.168.1.5
>
> when I looked into ssl.c line 48 and error code 18 is
>
> 18 X509_V_ERR_DEPTH_ZERO_SELF_SIGNED_CERT: self signed certificate
> the passed certificate is self signed and the same certificate cannot be
> found in the list of trusted certificates. can anybody tell me what wrong
> with my self signed certificate or something else...
>
> regards
> Purush
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Leslie G. Seigneur | 16 Mar 19:57 2010
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Jabberd2 to Openfire MySQL data migration

We are in the process of migrating jabberd2 MySQL data to Openfire and noticed something about the data in the jabberd2 database that I hope someone can clarify for me.  Should there be a one to one correspondence between the usename field in the authreg table and the collection-owner field in the roster-items table?  I am asking this because I noticed that one of my active users, I will call him joeuser, is not in the authreg table but his JID is in the collection-owner field in roster-items and he has contacts there as well.  We are authenticating against LDAP and do not allow in band registration BTW.  Also, I do have over 5000 usenames in the authreg table so I am not sure why his name is not there.  My concern is that if I use a script such as this one http://www.igniterealtime.org/community/message/124965#124965 that reads the usenames from autheg that I will not get all of my user data migrated.  So should there be a one to one correspondence between the username field in the authreg table and the collection-owner field in the roster-items table or should I not be concerned about this?  Any help is appreciated.

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Leslie G. Seigneur | 16 Mar 20:14 2010
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Jabberd2 to Openfire MySQL data migration


Sorry for the bad post.  Here is a more readable version.
We are in the process of migrating jabberd2 MySQL data to Openfire and I noticed something about the data in
the jabberd2 database that I hope someone can clarify for me.  Should there be a one to one correspondence
between the usename field in the authreg table and the collection-owner field in the roster-items
table?  I am asking this because I noticed that one of my active users, I will call him joeuser, is not in the
authreg table but his JID is in the collection-owner field in roster-items and he has contacts there as
well.  We are authenticating against LDAP and do not allow in band registration BTW.  Also, I do have
over 5000 usenames in the authreg table so I am not sure why his name is not there.  My concern is that if I use
a script such as this one http://www.igniterealtime.org/community/message/124965#124965 that
reads the usenames from autheg that I will not get all of my user data migrated.  So should there be a one to
one correspondence between the username field in the authreg table and the collection-owner field in the
roster-items table or should I not be concerned about this?  Any help is appreciated.
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