[Xymon] libpcre issues with Apache / xymon

Jeremy Laidman jlaidman at rebel-it.com.au
Tue Jun 6 00:26:05 CEST 2017


Google tells me that this can happen when a 32-bit library is being linked
to by a 64-bit library. Or when a binary requires a shared library (.o) but
there's only an archive library (.a).

If you run "svcstatus.cgi" or "svcstatus.sh" manually, does it give the
same error? If so, run it via truss to see what library file it's trying to
load when it stops, and look for an alternative. And/or run "ldd

The LD_LIBRARY_PATH trick might work, but check that libpcre.* exists in
/usr/local/lib. Also see if there's /usr/local/lib64 or /usr/local/lib32.


On 28 March 2017 at 08:09, Deepak Chaudhary <chaudharydeepak08 at gmail.com>

> Hello Everyone,
> I was able to configure Xymon 4.3.8 on AIX 7.1. First time everything ran
> fine and i was able to access /xymon and /xymon-cgi/ paths via apache
> installed on same server.
> However, now i am encountering following error on trying to access cgi-bin
> path. Apache logs show following error -
> AH01215: Could not load program /home/xymon/server/bin/svcstatus.cgi:,
> referer: http://servername/xymon/
> AH01215: \tDependent module /applications/apache/
> lib/libpcre.a(libpcre.so.1) could not be loaded., referer:
> http://servername/xymon/
> AH01215: \tThe module has an invalid magic number., referer:
> http://servername/xymon/
> End of script output before headers: svcstatus.sh, referer:
> http://servername/xymon/
> Looks like cgi-bin scripts are trying to read libpcre.a instead of pcre
> installed during xymon [ usr/local/bin ].
> I modified  ~/server/etc/cgioptions.cfg and ~/server/etc/xymonserver.cfg
> to include following -
> Any help or pointer much appreciated.
> Regards,
> Deepak Chaudhary
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