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     Re: [snips-users] RRDtool not supported problem

On Mon, Jun 07, 2004 at 03:29:55PM +0530, Vikrant Agarwal wrote:
> Hi All,
> I've installed rrdtool-1.0.48 under /usr/local/rrdtool-1.0.48/ directory after that I've installed snips . After installation and configuration when I'm trying to run ippingmon monitor it gives me following error .

The install/compilation tends to depend on it in /usr/local/rrdtool
(which can just be a symlink to /usr/local/rrdtool-1.0.48).  From the
errors you appear to be getting, it would appear as though you did not
successfully compile the monitors against RRD.

-- begin pingmon/main.c line 187 - 200
    if (!strcasecmp(words[0], "RRDTOOL"))
      if (words[1] && !strcasecmp(words[1], "on"))
#ifdef RRDTOOL
        if (debug > 1)
          fprintf(stderr, "readconfig(): RRD enabled\n");
        fprintf(stderr, "%s: RRDtool not supported\n", prognm);
-- end

You need to go back and recompile, properly specifying your root
directory for RRDTool during the Configure.

Hope that helps...

> ------------
> [root at ns2 init.d]# ./ippingmon.init start
> Starting /usr/local/snips/bin/ippingmon ...done
>  8613 pts/0    S      0:00 /usr/local/snips/bin/ippingmon
> [root at ns2 init.d]# ./ippingmon.init status
> ippingmon is running, pid 8613
>  8613 pts/0    S      0:00 /usr/local/snips/bin/ippingmon
> Process run file (/usr/local/snips/run/ippingmon.error) is:
> Date Mon Jun  7 15:41:23 IST 2004
> ippingmon- Reading global config file /usr/local/snips/etc/snips.conf
> (ippingmon).. locked pid-file, started new process (pid=8613)
> ippingmon: RRDtool not supported
> ------------
> In ippingmon-confg under /usr/local/snips/etc directory I've configured RRDTOOL  ON , but still it gives the same error. What could be reason , do I require to start RRD from somewhere . I'm having very limited understating of RRD .
> Kindly guide.
> Thx & Reg
> Vikrant  

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