[Linux-ha-dev] the old apcmastersnmp.c not compiling problem
horms at verge.net.au
Wed Jul 28 19:18:56 MDT 2004
On Wed, Jul 28, 2004 at 12:33:22PM -0400, Maurice Volaski wrote:
> >The apcmastersnmp.c should not require the '--enable-snmp-subagent' to
> >compile. The '--enable-snmp-subagent' is for the subagent, not the STONITH
> >module. I am not sure why it is required in order to compile that. I am
> >travelling currently and have no access to the source code. But I will
> >be back next week. I will take a look at it by then.
> If I don't include "--enable-snmp-subagent'", gmake succeeds, but
> apcmastersnmp.c is not compiled, which must mean that configure
> didn't even attempt to look for snmp, which apcmastersnmp.c needs to
> function. So apparently there are two problems, apcmastersnmp.c's not
> compiling automatically and the configure program's not finding the
> snmp includes when they are obviously present.
Where are they present on the system?
Which version of heartbeat are you trying to compile?
If you are using Red Hat 7.X and 1.2.2 or 1.3.0 I would recommend
trying the precompiled binaries or at least applying
If you are using the code from CVS, it shuld work.
Though it has been broken multiple times in the past.
More information about the Linux-HA-Dev