When backing up to tape from a Linux repository, the following error may appear:
Unable to retrieve next block transmission command. Number of already processed blocks: [number of blocks].
The log file contains the following information:
cli| WARN|[Tape] Default EOM Warning (2147483648)! Initial free space: 5251268608, Written (this tape): 3104833536, Total written: 3104833536
ERR |Asynchronous data reader has failed.
ERR |End of file
>> |--tr:Cannot read data from the socket. Requested data size: .
>> |--tr:Failed to unserialize buffer with data.
>> |--tr:Failed to unserialize data block.
>> |--tr:Failed to unserialize FIB block.
>> |Unable to retrieve next block transmission command. Number of already processed blocks: .
>> |--tr:Next asynchronous read request cannot be processed.
By default, most SSH servers have set a timeout to disconnect idle clients. After idling for some time, your connection is dropped.
To make the keep alive settings available for all connecting clients, it is recommended to configure the settings in server side.
Modify the /etc/ssh/sshd_config and add the following lines :
After setting this, you have to restart the SSH server by issuing this command :
sudo service ssh restart
Note that restarting SSH server will not disconnect existing connecting clients via SSH.
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