[Linux-HA] Building Heartbeat on CentOS 4 (RHEL 4)
horms at verge.net.au
Sun Mar 27 21:06:34 MST 2005
On Fri, Mar 25, 2005 at 04:09:17PM -0700, Alan Robertson wrote:
> Doug Farrington wrote:
> >So I've been having some problems getting this to build. I had to
> >disable the snmp-subagent in order to get it to compile. Then I had a
> >whole bunch of dependencies to resolve in order to get ldirectord to
> >install. A lot of the perl RPMS I found I had to force to install. I
> >realize that this might be a question for the CentOS folks, but I was
> >just curious if anyone has gotten Heartbeat to install cleanly on CentOS
> >4 or RHEL 4.
> Horms has done lots of things with RH. Maybe he's done this (?).
No, not yet. And probably not in the immediate future.
> Finding all the dependencies for the SNMP agent is often problematic.
> Unfortunately, it's due to the architecture of the SNMP package - not our
> piece of it. Red Hat (and SUSE for that matter) could have solved this by
> having all the real dependencies for the net-snmp-devel package declared
> correctly. Then everything you need to build something on top of
> net-snmp-devel would already be installed by virtue of the RPM dependencies.
> You don't need the ldirectord piece unless you're building an LVS load
> balancer. I know he has all the RPMs for these Perl pieces.
He probably means me, and yes, all the dependancies for RHEL3 are
on ultramonkey.org/download/. This should suffice for RHEL4 as well.
Though as Alan mentioned, you probably don't need ldirectord at all.
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