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How to solve "Unexpected error" while uploading to Swift grizzly?

asked 2013-05-14 08:19:35 -0500

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updated 2013-05-14 19:41:29 -0500

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i have a new installation of swift (grizzly) running on a ubuntu-13 cluster with a single proxy node and 3 storage nodes. The cluster is configured with keystone and s3 middleware. I had created an user in keystone for storage service giving him ec2-credentials too. The authorization is working fine, downloading files and creating new buckets are working fine, but uploading a new file is a disaster. From the event log of S3Browser i have the following info :

[5/14/2013 3:53 PM] System.Net.WebException:The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a receive. TaskID: 106 TaskID: 106
[5/14/2013 3:53 PM] Error occurred during Reading permissions for new-bucket-e26d1094/CloudBerryExplorerSetup_v1.3.1.8OpenStack.exe TaskID: 106
[5/14/2013 3:53 PM] Reading permissions for new-bucket-e26d1094/CloudBerryExplorerSetup_v1.3.1.8OpenStack.exe... TaskID: 106
[5/14/2013 3:58 PM] System.Net.WebException:The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a receive. TaskID: 106 TaskID: 106
[5/14/2013 3:58 PM] Error occurred during Reading permissions for new-bucket-e26d1094/CloudBerryExplorerSetup_v1.3.1.8OpenStack.exe TaskID: 106
[5/14/2013 3:58 PM] Reading permissions for new-bucket-e26d1094/CloudBerryExplorerSetup_v1.3.1.8OpenStack.exe... TaskID: 106
[5/14/2013 4:04 PM] NotFound:The remote server returned: (404) Not Found. TaskID: 106
[5/14/2013 4:04 PM] Uploading file C:\Downloads\CloudBerryExplorerSetup_v1.3.1.8OpenStack.exe to new-bucket-e26d1094/CloudBerryExplorerSetup_v1.3.1.8OpenStack.exe... TaskID: 104
[5/14/2013 4:04 PM] File C:\Downloads\CloudBerryExplorerSetup_v1.3.1.8OpenStack.exe has been successfully uploaded TaskID: 104
[5/14/2013 4:04 PM] Collecting files from new-bucket-e26d1094/ (page 1)... TaskID: 200
[5/14/2013 4:04 PM] Files have been collected from new-bucket-e26d1094/ TaskID: 200
[5/14/2013 4:04 PM] Total objects: 3 (3 files and 0 folders) 201.75 MB (211548288 bytes)

The problem seems to be located on reading permission of the new object.

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answered 2013-05-30 05:22:41 -0500

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Hi,

I would raise this as an issue with the swift3 plugin at: https://github.com/fujita/swift3/issues/new

It might help if you provide tcpdumps to show what HTTP connections it is attempting.

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Last updated: May 30 '13