[Xymon] [External] Re: Need help with upgrade from 4.3.17 to 4.3.20

Rothlisberger, John R. john.r.rothlisberger at accenture.com
Tue Jul 17 21:33:47 CEST 2018

I thought it was also an apache config issue but I have not been able to identify it.

I did create a test script and placed it in my cgi-bin directory and that test script works fine – along with most other scripts (top changes, config report, find host, etc).

The 2 scripts that I see having an issue are ghostlist.sh & acknowledge.sh – these are both hardlinked to cgiwrap (along with others).



From: Galen Johnson [mailto:solitaryr at gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2018 4:06 PM
To: Rothlisberger, John R. <john.r.rothlisberger at accenture.com>
Cc: xymon >> xymon at xymon.com <xymon at xymon.com>
Subject: [External] Re: [Xymon] Need help with upgrade from 4.3.17 to 4.3.20

Is that the only script in cgi-bin doing that?  What about the secure cgi bin scripts?  That appears to be an apache config problem with how ExecCGI is configured with your path.

On Thu, Jul 12, 2018 at 4:53 PM Rothlisberger, John R. <john.r.rothlisberger at accenture.com<mailto:john.r.rothlisberger at accenture.com>> wrote:
I know this is an old issue but the only thing I could find that matches my current problem.

We just built a new Ubuntu 18.04 server with Xymon server 4.3.28 and ghostlist.sh and acknowledge.sh show garbage instead of working properly.  Most other scripts in the cgi-bin directory seem to work ok and I even created a test python script that worked in the cgi-bin directory.  I have run a clean make/install on the Xymon server and still have this problem.

Anyone have any ideas?  This is what I get when I go to ghostlist.sh (same as original poster):
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