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[PCA] Pre-upgrade Check Fails on Tinyproxy.conf (Doc ID 2625946.1)

Last updated on JULY 04, 2021

Applies to:

Private Cloud Appliance - Version 2.3.1 and later
Linux x86-64

Symptoms

In pca_upgrader.log, found following messages:

[2019-12-29 14:50:37 4173345] INFO (precheck_utils:1236) Verifying that only PCA subnets ['192.168.4.0/24', '192.168.140.0/24'] are specified/allowed in the tinyproxy.conf file on management node ovcamn05r1.
[2019-12-29 14:50:37 4173345] INFO (precheck_utils:1242) Found the following subnets: ['192.168.4.0/24', '192.168.140.0/24', '172.17.13.0/22'] specified/allowed in the tinyproxy.conf file on management node ovcamn05r1. 
[2019-12-29 14:50:37 4173345] ERROR (precheck_utils:1247) Found non-PCA subnets specified/allowed in the tinyproxy.conf file on management node ovcamn05r1.
[2019-12-29 14:50:37 4173345] INFO (precheck_utils:1236) Verifying that only PCA subnets ['192.168.4.0/24', '192.168.140.0/24'] are specified/allowed in the tinyproxy.conf file on management node ovcamn06r1.
[2019-12-29 14:50:37 4173345] INFO (precheck_utils:1242) Found the following subnets: ['192.168.4.0/24', '192.168.140.0/24', '172.17.13.0/22'] specified/allowed in the tinyproxy.conf file on management node ovcamn06r1. 
[2019-12-29 14:50:37 4173345] ERROR (precheck_utils:1247) Found non-PCA subnets specified/allowed in the tinyproxy.conf file on management node ovcamn06r1.
[2019-12-29 14:50:38 4173345] ERROR (precheck_management:63) [No Upstream Proxies Check (Verifying that no upstream proxies exist in tinyproxy on the management nodes)] Failed
The check failed on the following management nodes: ['ovcamn05r1', 'ovcamn06r1']. Found non-PCA subnets specified/allowed in the tinyproxy.conf file on management node ovcamn05r1. Found non-PCA subnets specified/allowed in the tinyproxy.conf file on management node ovcamn06r1.

Changes

Manually allowed non-PCA subnet (172.17.13.0/22) in tinyproxy.conf file

Cause

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