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 Afterwards remove all the uncommented lines (or comment them). Afterwards remove all the uncommented lines (or comment them).
  
-=== SNMP Trap console doesnt work and log says:  "couldn't open udp:162" ===+=== SNMP Trap console doesnt work and log says: "couldn't open udp:162" === 
 This happens because the system 'SNMPtrapd' daemon has booted before the Pandora FMS 'SNMPtrapd' daemon, and has the port blocked (in use). This fix is intended for OpenSUSE systems This happens because the system 'SNMPtrapd' daemon has booted before the Pandora FMS 'SNMPtrapd' daemon, and has the port blocked (in use). This fix is intended for OpenSUSE systems
  
 Stop the system daemon: Stop the system daemon:
  
-  /etc/init.d/snmpd stop+<code> 
 +/etc/init.d/snmpd stop 
 + 
 +</code>
  
 (This could yield different results in systems that are not on OpenSUSE). (This could yield different results in systems that are not on OpenSUSE).
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 Restart the PandoraFMS server Restart the PandoraFMS server
  
-  /etc/init.d/pandora_server restart+<code> 
 +/etc/init.d/pandora_server restart 
 + 
 +</code>
  
 This is very useful to delay the system's SNMP startup after the Pandora FMS server has started in order to avoid this conflict in the future. This is very useful to delay the system's SNMP startup after the Pandora FMS server has started in order to avoid this conflict in the future.
  
 +<WRAP center round tip 60%>\\
 +From version NG 754 onwards, [[:en:documentation:05_big_environments:07_server_management#manual_startup:shutdown_for_pandora_fms_servers|additional options are available for manual startup and shutdown]] of High Availability (HA) environments.\\
 +</WRAP>
 === Kernel message "possible SYN flooding on port 41121. Sending cookies" === === Kernel message "possible SYN flooding on port 41121. Sending cookies" ===
 This problem is related with having a lot of TIME_WAIT connections (netstat -an | grep TIME_WAIT | wc -l > 20000) This problem is related with having a lot of TIME_WAIT connections (netstat -an | grep TIME_WAIT | wc -l > 20000)
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 === I get a Mysql error that states: "client does not support authentication protocol" === === I get a Mysql error that states: "client does not support authentication protocol" ===
-I use MySQL 4.1 or MySQL 5.0, and when I try to authenticate my user, I get the following error: ''Warning: mysql_connect() [function.mysql-connect]: client does not support authentication protocol requested by server; consider upgrading''**+I use MySQL 4.1 or MySQL 5.0, and when I try to authenticate my user, I get the following error: ''Warning: mysql_connect() [function.mysql-connect]: client does not support authentication protocol requested by server; consider upgrading''
  
 A: In MySQL 4.1 there's a new type of authentication different from the one used in 4.0 or 3.23, and PHP isn't compiled for this version, so it can't connect. There are a few different solutions, the first would be to compile PHP against the MySQL 4.1 client library. If that doesn't work or you're not allowed to do that, then you can read http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/old_client.html on how to fix it. Basically, you need to save the pandora user password with an old hashing algorithm: A: In MySQL 4.1 there's a new type of authentication different from the one used in 4.0 or 3.23, and PHP isn't compiled for this version, so it can't connect. There are a few different solutions, the first would be to compile PHP against the MySQL 4.1 client library. If that doesn't work or you're not allowed to do that, then you can read http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/old_client.html on how to fix it. Basically, you need to save the pandora user password with an old hashing algorithm:
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 === I get a Pandora FMS Console error that says: You don't have access to this page === === I get a Pandora FMS Console error that says: You don't have access to this page ===
-Q: **I've installed the Pandora Web Console, and when I try to login as admin and try to access any of the links, I get this error: ''You don't have access to this page''**+Q: I've installed the Pandora Web Console, and when I try to login as admin and try to access any of the links, I get this error: ''You don't have access to this page''
  
 A: You don't need this change in Pandora 1.2 or newer. This happens because the session isn't open. Check if you have the next line included on your php.ini file: A: You don't need this change in Pandora 1.2 or newer. This happens because the session isn't open. Check if you have the next line included on your php.ini file:
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