I've installed AVG Admin Server in a Ubuntu VM. It was installed with DataCenter and Update Proxy roles. All was installed with the latest Admin Version released in January AVG Admin Server 2012-r2052
Everything is working fine or at least I haven't had problems with any client sync or with the information stored in the database, the logs seem to be ok.
The part I haven't made work is the Update Proxy since it isn't downloading any file. The directory in the server has all the permissions needed and it doesn't download any file. Recently checking the logs I found this in one log:
/opt/avg/avgadmsrv/var/log/admserver.log.2:[AVG.UPD.UpdateProxy] ERROR 2012-11-22 22:00:11,712 kaas PID:21976 THID:-1302115472 ID:"../admin/AdminUpdateProxy/UpdateProxy.cpp":908.2052.BADF00D.0 MSGownloading file failed (error 2, result 0xe0018d32)
Could anyone share some light on this message or in what could be happening, I'll send any information needed. I ran the avgdiag script that is included with the Admin Server and attach the results.
Also manually I tested downloading the avg file with wget and I could download it. All my clients download the update from internet and my dns servers doesn't show any troubles. Thanks in advance.
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Sorry for not responding to your post sooner. The error code:
THID:-1302115472 ID:"../admin/AdminUpdateProxy/UpdateProxy.cpp":908.2052.BADF00D.0 MSGlaughingownloading file failed (error 2, result 0xe0018d32)
0xe0018d32 - Requested file is not available on server
Unfortunately there weren't any update requests in the Admin Server log to see what is happening. It it possible to click 'Update now' on one of the workstations. Grab the Admin Server log after doing the update:
Linux Server - /opt/avg/avgadmsrv/var/log/admserver.log
Can we also get the update log from the workstation the update was forced from:
XP - C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\AVG\AVG*\log\avgupd.log
Vista\7 - C:\ProgramData\AVG\AVG*\log\avgupd.log