On Mon, 21 Jul 2008, Michael Moody wrote:
> It turned out to be remarkable simple once I attached
> strace/gdb. In ubuntu, the default behavior is to run
> snmpd as the snmp user. Consequently, it meant that the
> snmpd process had no access to the files it needed to
> gather information for net-snmp-lvs module.
that's a stroke of progress.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joseph Mack NA3T [mailto:jmack@xxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2008 7:18 PM
> To: Michael Moody
> Cc: LinuxVirtualServer.org users mailing list.; Horms
> Subject: Re: [lvs-users] net-snmp-lvs-module
> On Tue, 1 Jul 2008, Michael Moody wrote:
>> The -fPIC isn't my problem
> understand, but it would still be nice to have ipvsadm
>> (in fact, I brought that fix to
>> the list's attention a few months back in February, and
>> you said you'd update the howto).
> mea culpa. sorry I've had no time (and I'm asking others to
> fix ipvsadm as I say that).
>> The problem I'm having is Ubuntu-specific is my guess, as
>> the same module (64bit, etc) is working on a gentoo
>> install just fine.
> the lvs-net-snmp module works fine in gentoo but not ubuntu?
> I didn't realise this. Why do people mess with working code?
>> That's specifically what I'm looking to solve. It's not
>> snmp, as the line which generates that output comes from
>> the snmp lvs module lvs.c
>> Hopefully someone has an answer, otherwise, looks like
>> I'll be elbows deep in the lvs.c today.
> I expect you'll be rolling up your sleeves. Good luck. Let
> us know how it goes.
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