Operating system: Arch Linux
Installation method / source: pacman
I was intalling Openvas on a Archlinux instalation and I’m getting a critical crash after some minutes of scan.
I start redis, openvassd, gvmd & gsad without problems and able to interact with the gsad web interface in order to configure my scan. The problem is that once it starts it’s never ending to finish the scan.
On different target IPs the % of execution of the scan is different being between a min. of 12% and a max. 80% from the ones I tried.
Checking the logs I saw that the problem is that redis-server is down and this makes openvassd & gmvd to stop it’s execution.
From the redis logs I can see the following messages:
1083:signal-handler (1509377375) Received SIGTERM scheduling shutdown…
1083:M 30 Oct 11:29:35.732 # User requested shutdown…
1083:M 30 Oct 11:29:35.732 * Saving the final RDB snapshot before exiting.
1083:M 30 Oct 11:29:36.645 * DB saved on disk
I have tried more than 30 scans getting always the same error.
After that I tried to make a FLUSHALL of the redis database, but I get the same errors.
Does anyone had experienced the same problem? Any idea about what could be happening?