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Old 06-18-2009, 06:20 AM   #1
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mastershaper


Hi all

I am installing mastershaper in CentOS 5.3 by www.mastershaper.org docs

I got following error when I browse http://server/shaper



Not Found

The requested URL /shaper was not found on this server.
Apache/2.2.3 (CentOS) Server at 192.168.15.240 Port 80

Can You Guys instruction to me for mastershaper step by step

Thanks
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Old 06-18-2009, 10:43 AM   #2
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The installation instructions are downloadable from the Documentation section of the site you mentioned. Posting information, like steps you performed and how you checked each stage to be complete could help. Did you install all requirements? Did your Apache setup work already? Where is your Apache document root? If you list the contents of that document root, does it show the directories and files copied over as per the installation document? And do ownership and access rights match with what's required for web content? If it does, what messages does your (/var/log/httpd/)error_log show when you accessed the /shaper URI? If SElinux is enabled, do the document root/shaper directories and contents match the required context for web content?
 
Old 06-23-2009, 05:10 AM   #3
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hi

I got browse

but
I got error when editing /etc/sudoers after added USER ALL=NOPASSWORD:PATH/shaper_loader.sh
E45: 'readonly' option is set (add ! to override)

How can I try
 
Old 06-23-2009, 05:41 AM   #4
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I got again
but I can`t login with my username to Mastershaper login

I typed mysql username and password and system root and password

how can I do that?
 
Old 06-23-2009, 06:52 AM   #5
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If you have a fresh MasterShaper installation the initial user is “admin” and password “changeme”.
 
Old 06-23-2009, 11:34 PM   #6
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Hi

Thanks sir
I got it

IMQ what is virtual device or not?
can you explain me?
can I also shaping multilink(3 NICs) with mastershaper?

Thanks
 
Old 06-24-2009, 01:12 AM   #7
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other is

tc_collector.pl inactive

so I tried with
[root@Cent-Test shaper]# ./tc_collector.pl -v3

Wed Jun 24 18:03:29 2009: Storing tc statistic now.
Wed Jun 24 18:03:29 2009: No data available for statistics. tc rules loaded?


how can I do again for active?
 
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IMQ what is virtual device or not?
Virtual is something that's not a physical device? IMQ stands for "Intermediate Queueing Device", see http://www.linuximq.net.


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can I also shaping multilink(3 NICs) with mastershaper?
Why shouldn't it? What do the docs say? Maybe you should just start with two router devices just to get the hang of configuring it?


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Wed Jun 24 18:03:29 2009: Storing tc statistic now.
Wed Jun 24 18:03:29 2009: No data available for statistics. tc rules loaded?
how can I do again for active?
Did you prepare the IMQ rules as the doc said you should (page 14)? Did you configure the options through the interface?
If you are new to getting this to work then setting it up may seem a bit daunting.
To help make it easier for you, the developer invested time and effort in creating the MasterShaper_documentation.pdf installation guide.
You really should read it.
 
Old 06-24-2009, 10:59 PM   #9
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Hi

thanks for your reply
I already read thus docs but I can`t understand for some because of My english skill is low.

Anyway I will be try again
 
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I already read thus docs but I can`t understand for some because of My english skill is low.
Most of the commands are given in cursive.
Even just copying and pasting (though not advisable without knowing what you do) should get you going.
Else maybe use an online translator like Altavista Babelfish or ask somebody closeby to translate the text for you?
 
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I will be try with translator
 
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Hi

Now I am compiling Kernel for IMQ and done
but I got error following

[root@Tri-CentOs src]# modprobe imq
FATAL: Module imq not found.
[root@Tri-CentOs src]#

I did step by step according http://wiki.nix.hu/cgi-bin/twiki/view/IMQ/HowToInstall

but I did not compile for iptables ,Is it concern?

Thanks
 
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If I passed this steps, I need to uninstall current iptables before iptables patch and iptables source file?
 
Old 06-27-2009, 02:35 PM   #14
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Hi

I got imq ..but pls help me for iptables

I can`t see libipt_IMQ.so after following

- patch -p1 < iptables-1.3.6-imq.diff
- chmod +x extensions/.IMQ-test*
- make KERNEL_DIR=linux-2.6.21
- make KERNEL_DIR=linux-2.6.21 install

Please help me Sir
 
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Now I am compiling Kernel for IMQ and done
but I got error following
[root@Tri-CentOs src]# modprobe imq
FATAL: Module imq not found.
Did you install and boot your new kernel?


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but I did not compile for iptables ,Is it concern?
Yes.


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If I passed this steps, I need to uninstall current iptables before iptables patch and iptables source file?
It is best to uninstall iptables before installing the new version. You can always re-install your old kernel and the old version of iptables.


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make KERNEL_DIR=linux-2.6.21 install
If you run 'make -n KERNEL_DIR=linux-2.6.21 install' it will show you where it has installed it. By default it should install in /sbin and /lib/iptables, but if the default prefix was used ("--prefix=/usr/local") for installing software from source, it may have ended up in/usr/local/sbin and /usr/local/lib.

By the way it is very good to see you have come this far all by yourself!

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