[smokeping-users] Smokeping Heavy.pm
ltpierre at gmail.com
Fri Nov 28 15:17:35 CET 2014
Thank you for the quick answer.
Yes I have compiled the source (smokeping-2.6.11.tar.gz) and I have
followed the prerequisites :
[root at CentOS6]#yum install perl perl-Net-Telnet perl-Net-DNS perl-LDAP
perl-libwww-perl perl-RadiusPerl perl-IO-Socket-SSL perl-Socket6
perl-CGI-SpeedyCGI perl-FCGI perl-RRD-Simple perl-CGI-SpeedCGI
[root at CentOS6 /opt/smokeping-2.6.11/setup]# ./build-perl-modules.sh
Building in /opt/smokeping-2.6.11/thirdparty
FCGI is up to date. (0.77)
--> Working on CGI
Fetching http://www.cpan.org/authors/id/L/LE/LEEJO/CGI-4.10.tar.gz ... OK
Configuring CGI-4.10 ... OK
Building CGI-4.10 ... OK
Successfully installed CGI-4.10 (upgraded from 4.09)
1 distribution installed
CGI::Fast is up to date. (2.04)
Config::Grammar is up to date. (1.10)
Digest::HMAC_MD5 is up to date. (1.01)
Net::Telnet is up to date. (3.04)
Net::OpenSSH is up to date. (0.62)
Net::SNMP is up to date. (v6.0.1)
Net::LDAP is up to date. (0.64)
Net::DNS is up to date. (0.81)
IO::Pty is up to date. (1.12)
LWP is up to date. (6.08)
I'm going to look for the another package like rpm for CentOS
On 27 November 2014 at 17:31, Gregory Sloop <gregs at sloop.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have just installed smokeping on CentOS6
> I have some errors when I start the web page :
> Software error:
> Attempt to reload Carp/Heavy.pm aborted.
> Compilation failed in require at (eval 18) line 2.
> I have CentOS linux and perl v5.10.1 version
> [root at linux Smokeping]# perl -v
> This is perl, v5.10.1 (*) built for x86_64-linux-thread-multi
> Any idea ?
> Did you install a CentOS package, or compile from sources? If compiled
> from sources, make sure you meet all the prerequisites and have all
> required components installed before trying to run/compile Smokeping. [I'd
> strongly recommend installing from an RPM, if possible. It takes care of
> all the dependencies etc.]
> If trying from sources, did you follow this page:
> Some notes about carp from the pod file.
> If you are using a version of Perl older than 5.8.1, you should consider
> installing a newer version of CGI::Carp (must be at least 1.24, included in
> CGI.pm-2.82). Otherwise any error messages generated by the CGI script
> will not show up quite as clean as they could in the web server error log.
> If you can't or don't want to upgrade CGI::Carp, you can also set
> the C<changecgiprogramname> variable in the C<General> section to the
> value C<no>.
> Finally: Is this a clean new install of CentOS, or old? It's hard to
> speculate, but I see some threads with issues that appear to have less than
> clean installs of Perl modules with old cruft laying around and causing
> issues somewhat similar.
> The short of it is: I've not seen a problem like yours that I can recall.
> I can't find another exact reproduction, either. So, you're going to have
> to do some digging. Hopefully my hints are helpful.
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