[Xymon] Xymon web interface missing?

Larry Barber lebarber at gmail.com
Thu Dec 20 21:38:02 CET 2012

Check the xymongen entry in tasks.cfg. Make sure its creating the html
files in the correct directory. Also check the permissions on your www
directory, it has to be writable the by the user running xymon and readable
by the user running your web server (typically either apache or nobody).
The xymongen log files may also be informative.

Larry Barber

On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 11:17 AM, Josh Luthman
<josh at imaginenetworksllc.com>wrote:

> Default xymon-hosts.cfg should include the server itself.  Even if it is
> blank, I expect it would work and just have zero hosts output (it would
> include the HTML above and below it).
> I can't say I know what those errors mean but I know just after
> ./configure.server && make && make install you can can start Xymon with the
> config entered from ./configure.server
> Josh Luthman
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> On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 12:14 PM, Elliott Barrere <
> Elliott.Barrere at mywedding.com> wrote:
>> So it sounds like maybe I need to get some host checks working before it
>> will create the web interface?
>> Any thoughts on why the IP of the server itself would timeout during
>> checks?  I've verified that fping <IP> reports the host is alive, but
>> beyond that I'm not sure where to look.  I've also just tried disabling the
>> firewall and restarting Xymon, with no luck.
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