[xymon] 4.3.0 beta 3 upgrade issue
Jason.Chambers at geosoft.com
Tue Nov 16 21:53:17 CET 2010
Ooops, brain fart!
I have no idea why I confused xymon for xymoncmd. Thanks, that solved my problem! :)
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From: Henrik StÃ¸rner [mailto:henrik at hswn.dk]
Sent: November-16-10 3:34 PM
To: xymon at xymon.com
Subject: Re: [xymon] 4.3.0 beta 3 upgrade issue
In <018528ADB17A124D84DD0D081A4C82D22B5CB5DC at exchange.geosoft.com> Jason Chambers <Jason.Chambers at geosoft.com> writes:
>I know Henrik is about to grill me shortly as soon as I send this
Not quite - I was away from my pc for an hour or so :-))
>So, in my status monitor, I still have my xymon server having a purple
>status for hobbitd_rrd when I already have a column for xymond_rrd.
>When I try to drop that service, I get the following.
>./xymoncmd 127.0.0.1 "drop construct.geosoft.com hobbitd_rrd"
>2010-11-16 14:33:29 Using default environment file
>2010-11-16 14:33:29 execvp() failed: No such file or directory
"xymoncmd" is the new name for the "bbcmd" command. You want the new "bb" command which is just called "xymon". (See ? There really is some logic to it). So try this:
./xymon 127.0.0.1 "drop construct.geosoft.com hobbitd_rrd"
The command you use ends up trying to run a program called "127.0.0.1", and you obviously don't have such a program installed.
BTW, you shouldn't have neither a hobbitd_rrd or xymond_rrd status, since that points to these programs having crashed. So once you drop it, I hope it won't show up again.
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