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workbench 8 remote management connection issue
Posted by: Rene Paquin
Date: February 08, 2019 08:47AM

I am having some issues with attempting to make a remote management connection to my database. I was using workbench 6 and I was able to make the connection successfully using the MySQL port and also make the ssh connection via port 22 when configuring the instance to access the MySQL logs, startup/shutdown etc. When I upgrade to workbench 8 I can create the initial MySQL connection via the MySQL port but I cannot create the ssh connection to the instance portion. When I try to connect I get the message that

"Remote management capabilities are currently available. SSH connection was cancelled"

In the workbench logs I see

09:33:50 [INF][SSHSessionWrapper]: Opening new SSH connection to ******:22
09:33:50 [INF][ SSHCommon]: libssh: ssh_connect ssh_connect: libssh 0.8.5 (c) 2003-2018 Aris Adamantiadis, Andreas Schneider and libssh contributors. Distributed under the LGPL, please refer to COPYING file for information about your rights, using threading threads_stdthread
09:33:50 [ERR][ SSHSession]: Unable to connect: ******:22
Error was: ssh_socket_connect called on socket not unconnected
09:33:50 [ERR][SSHSessionWrapper]: Unable to connect to SSH: ssh_socket_connect called on socket not unconnected

Couple of things to note:
1 - the MySQL server is on an oracle 7 Linux server that is attached to an active directory domain and the user attempting the ssh connection is a domain user with access privileges to the server and database
2 - the MySQL version is 5.7.24

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,
Rene

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