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SSH: Failed detecting OS type on a Oracle Linux Server

Hello,

We are trying to rediscover a Oracle Linux Server release 6.5 server using the Host Connection by Shell discovery job but we are receiving a SSH: Failed detecting OS type error.

This is a server we have discovered successfully in the past and the CI is populated as it should and the Last Access time is refreshed each day with discovery but according to the CI History nothing has been added/taken away since history was purged. 

When I use the Check Credential function on the IP it returns successful but that doesnt 100% mean it isnt a credential issue.

Has anyone seen this in the past?

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Re: SSH: Failed detecting OS type on a Oracle Linux Server

Adding the Comm Log for one server using Host Connection by Shell

 

<log start="10:34:18" severity="error">Failed detecting OS type. Exception received: java.io.IOException: InputStreamPipe closed</log>
<log start="10:34:18" severity="debug">SSH: Failed detecting OS type</log>
<log start="10:34:18" severity="debug">Reporting error code 305 to framework.</log>
<log start="10:34:18" severity="debug">Error message is: SSH: Failed detecting OS type</log>

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