Centos 7.7 firewalld issue

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Giuseppe7856
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Re: Centos 7.7 firewalld issue

Post by Giuseppe7856 » 2019/10/03 22:50:06

gduh wrote:
2019/09/26 08:35:30

I Have the same problem with CentOS 7 since the system has been updated.

Concretely how did you solve your problem, since I can't re-install the system completely, did you proceed with an update or else ?
I don't really remember what i did exactly :geek:
But I thing it was "yum install kernel" and after update Grub2 to boot on the new kernel.

Sorry.

stylus
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Re: Centos 7.7 firewalld issue

Post by stylus » 2019/10/06 03:35:58

Hi there,

I am experiencing the same issue. Here's what I get:

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[root@123 ~]
# yum -q list installed kernel\*

Installed Packages
kernel-debug-devel.x86_64                                                          3.10.0-1062.1.2.el7                                                          @updates
kernel-headers.x86_64                                                              3.10.0-1062.1.2.el7                                                          @updates

[root@123 ~]# uname -r

4.19.62-mod-std-ipv6-64-rescue

[root@123 ~]
# modinfo nf_conntrack

modinfo: ERROR: Module alias nf_conntrack not found.
I'm currently using webmin; I upgraded the packages 2 days ago, and this is when the problem started. I do not want to reinstall the server, and this will disrupt the server. What else can we do?

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Re: Centos 7.7 firewalld issue

Post by TrevorH » 2019/10/06 11:07:29

4.19.62-mod-std-ipv6-64-rescue
Not a CentOS kernel and presumably missing the required module. You need to talk to the people that supply that kernel (which is not us).
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stylus
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Re: Centos 7.7 firewalld issue

Post by stylus » 2019/10/09 02:43:25

Giuseppe7856 wrote:
2019/10/03 22:50:06
gduh wrote:
2019/09/26 08:35:30

I Have the same problem with CentOS 7 since the system has been updated.

Concretely how did you solve your problem, since I can't re-install the system completely, did you proceed with an update or else ?
I don't really remember what i did exactly :geek:
But I thing it was "yum install kernel" and after update Grub2 to boot on the new kernel.

Sorry.
Could you elaborate on this further? Did you have websites configured on your server after executing this code? Will it disrupt my files if I do the same thing. Also on an OVH dedicated server.

canuck15
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Re: Centos 7.7 firewalld issue

Post by canuck15 » 2019/11/08 23:45:27

It's a CentOS 7 problem. You have to downgrade firewalld until they fix it.

https://github.com/firewalld/firewalld/issues/519

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Re: Centos 7.7 firewalld issue

Post by dvershinnin » 2019/11/18 12:39:21

canuck15 wrote:
2019/11/08 23:45:27
It's a CentOS 7 problem. You have to downgrade firewalld until they fix it.

https://github.com/firewalld/firewalld/issues/519
No, technically you don't have to downgrade FirewallD. Here is a permanent fix and it's not a workaround for FirewallD but rather a fix for those cut-down kernels: https://www.getpagespeed.com/server-set ... n-centos-7

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