MRTG and rateup, what happened to these guys?

MRTG and rateup, what happened to these guys?

Post by Raqueeb Hass » Tue, 25 Jun 2002 12:18:01



Hello there!

now, as a MRTG update process, when i run mrtg it says ... (i did use
cfgmaker and indexmaker) ....please see the log follows ....

what might be the problem is? the gd or png? why rateup failure?
Please let me know, provided you are a avid fan of mrtg :-)

TIA

raqueeb hassan
bangladesh
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# /usr/bin/mrtg /etc/mrtg/gateway.cfg
/usr/bin/rateup: relocation error: /usr/bin/rateup: undefined symbol:
gdImageGif
ERROR: Skipping webupdates because rateup did not return anything
sensible
Argument "UNIX" isn't numeric in numeric ne (!=) at /usr/bin/mrtg line
397.
Argument "UNIX" isn't numeric in numeric ne (!=) at /usr/bin/mrtg line
397.
WARNING: rateup died from Signal 0
 with Exit Value 127 when doing router '192.168.0.1_192.168.0.1'
 Signal was 0, Returncode was 127
/usr/bin/rateup: relocation error: /usr/bin/rateup: undefined symbol:
gdImageGif
ERROR: Skipping webupdates because rateup did not return anything
sensible
WARNING: rateup died from Signal 0
 with Exit Value 127 when doing router '192.168.0.1_0.0.0.0'
 Signal was 0, Returncode was 127
______________________________
# rpm -q gd
gd-1.8.4-4
# rpm -q libpng
libpng-1.0.12-2
# rpm -q zlib
zlib-1.1.3-25.7

 
 
 

MRTG and rateup, what happened to these guys?

Post by Doug McIntyr » Tue, 25 Jun 2002 13:02:38



>now, as a MRTG update process, when i run mrtg it says ... (i did use
>cfgmaker and indexmaker) ....please see the log follows ....
>what might be the problem is? the gd or png? why rateup failure?
>Please let me know, provided you are a avid fan of mrtg :-)

I'm not sure what this is doing in a Solaris group (where I'm reading
it from), since it seems you are using Linux, but whatever.. At least
you're cross-posting.

Quote:># /usr/bin/mrtg /etc/mrtg/gateway.cfg
>/usr/bin/rateup: relocation error: /usr/bin/rateup: undefined symbol:
>gdImageGif

Sounds like you have incompatible versions of mrtg (ie. rateup is from
that package) and the gd library. Only the person that compiled mrtg
for you can tell you what version of gd is actually needed.

Or you can skip all that, and just compile the mrtg package yourself
from source, and probably save yourself problems like that.

--

                   Network Engineer/Jack of All Trades
                      Vector Internet Services, Inc.

 
 
 

MRTG and rateup, what happened to these guys?

Post by Raqueeb Hass » Wed, 26 Jun 2002 14:39:02


thanks very much for the support. i'm sorry for cross posting .... but
you know what, mrtg is making me crazy ... even when it comes to
compiling all .... I downloaded all the sources, gd, zlib, pnglib,
mrtg .... compiled ... but when it comes to compiling gd .... there's
no luck. i can clearly see the lidgd.so.1 in the right path .... it
still can't see it :-( ..... do you want me posting the logs on
compiling gd and mrtg?

thanks in advance.

raqueeb hassan
bangladesh

 
 
 

1. MRTG - libgd - rateup problem

Hi there !

I've a OpenBSD 3.0 box whith gd-1.8.3, png-1.0.12 and jpeg-6b built from the
ports tree.

With the following mrtg configure, there were no problems during compile.

./configure --with-gd-lib=/usr/local/lib \
            --with-gd-inc=/usr/local/include \
            --with-png-lib=/usr/local/lib \
            --with-png-inc=/usr/local/include \
            --with-z-lib=/usr/local/lib \
            --with-z-inc=/usr/local/include

BUT when I am running rateup I got the following error Message:

/usr/libexec/ld.so: Undefined symbol "_jpeg_resync_to_restart" in
rateup:/usr/local/lib/libgd.so.18.3

Is there anybody out there, who figured out how to get this work??

cu
Robert

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