Zabbix 1.5.4 RPMs
Why did fedora choose zabbix? How it is compared to nagios?
On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 3:43 AM, Jeffrey Ollie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I've built some RPMs for Zabbix 1.5.4. The major changes:
> * There's a new component - the proxy.
> * Server and proxy binaries are built for all three databases that
> Zabbix supports (MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite3). You choose between
> databases by installing the appropriate subpackage. Unless you force
> and install it shouldn't be possible to install more than one at a
> * The 'zabbix' RPM does not contain the server, instead it contains
> bits that are common to all of the packages.
> * There should be conflicts and obsoletes that are set to get
> everything working on a upgrade, but that's not tested.
> * The cpustats patch has been disabled (but it's included in the SRPM)
> because it causes the agent to segfault. I had to resolve some
> conflicts to get it to apply cleanly to 1.5.4 and I must have messed
> something up.
> RPMs and SRPMs can be found here for EL-5 and development:
> A git repo with my work on the cpustats branch can be found in the
> cpustats branch:
> We're looking at using Zabbix 1.6 in Fedora Infrastructure so these
> packages will get some thrashing but the more people that look it over
> the better. Hopefully some smart person out there will figure out
> what I've done to the cpustats patch and get it fixed up.
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