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Nice site to get the knowledge about linux… Good links provided.. Thanks vishal..
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Your site is very useful for RHCE point of view..
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Can you give step for cacti configuration.
* Once you have all the rpm’s downloaded install them using this command: rpm -i ‘filename’
If you run into problems installing the rpms you can do rpm -i –force ‘filename’ to force the install.
rpm -q file – will display the current version of the rpm installed. Rpm -e ‘filename’ will remove the rpm.
* Once all the rpms are install go ahead and unzip Cacti and RRDtool. Use the following command: tar -zxvf ‘filename’
5. Follow the instructions that come with RRDtool to install RRDtool.
6.Follow the instructions that come with Cacti to install Cacti.
* Create a new user account called ‘cactiuser’ on your box.
* Once you have RRDtool and cacti installed do the following:
a. Go into the directory where you have cacti – usually /var/www/html/cacti
b. Once there create the mysql database:
shell> mysqladmin –user=root create cacti
shell> mysql cacti mysql –uer=root mysql
mysql> GRANT ALL ON cacti.* TO cactiuser@localhost IDENTIFIED BY ‘somepassword’;
mysql> flush privileges;
* Edit the config.php file. Located in the cacti/include directory.
Change the database name, house, username, password as you specified above.
$database_default = “cacti”;
$database_hostname = “localhost”;
$database_username = “cactiuser”;
$database_password = “cacti”;
* As root change the permissions the /rra and /log Directories.
shell> chown cactiuser rra/ log/
* Change user to the user account cactiuser that you created in step 7.
* Create a crontab which will run the cmd.php every five mintues.
shell > crontab -e
Then press ‘insert’ on the keyboard – this allows you to type.
*/5 * * * * cactiuser php /var/www/html/cacti/cmd.php > /dev/null 2>&1
Then press ESC – this remove your typing capability.
press: Shift ZZ – this will save and exit the crontab.
*Point your web browser to and follow the directions:
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how can i define which rpm & which service
rpm –help or…
rpm -qa :- Display list all installed packages
rpm -qi ftp :- Display installed information along with package version and short description
rpm -qf /etc/passwd :- Find out what package a file belongs to i.e. find what package owns the file
rpm -qc httpd :- Display list of configuration file(s) for a package
rpm -qa –last :- Display list of all recently installed RPMs
rpm -qR bash :- Find out what dependencies a rpm file has
Great work….Really impressed by ur work. I saw u at gadhada but i dont remember when and where…Gadhada(swa) is my home town…Any way keep it up🙂
i like ur site.
ur site is very useful for linux lerners
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