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Old 12-03-2008, 12:45 PM   #1
paulzhoucn
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problem with ndo2db


when I installed ndo2db on my RHEL, I created the database named nagios, but when I run bin/ndo2db -c /etc/ndo2db.conf I got "Support for the specified database server is either not yet supported, or was not found on your system". I checked the configure file and the server-type=mysql, and mysqld was running. I wonder what is wrong with this?
 
Old 12-03-2008, 01:10 PM   #2
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when I installed ndo2db on my RHEL, I created the database named nagios, but when I run bin/ndo2db -c /etc/ndo2db.conf I got "Support for the specified database server is either not yet supported, or was not found on your system". I checked the configure file and the server-type=mysql, and mysqld was running. I wonder what is wrong with this?
You either don't have the mysql development libraries installed, or you compiled nagios with an incorrect mysql path. The problem you're having is covered in the Nagios documentation.
 
Old 12-04-2008, 01:00 PM   #3
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You either don't have the mysql development libraries installed, or you compiled nagios with an incorrect mysql path. The problem you're having is covered in the Nagios documentation.
I got it. Mysql lib in /usr/lib64/mysql, so I configured with wrong directory before.
 
  


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