I guess you are executing sfacctd -f <config file> -P mysql .. and that
makes it complain with that cryptic message (action item on me make it
more readable) since it already instantiated the plugin. Just removing
the -P mysql will make all go smoothly. I also checked i achieve the
same behaviour across the three daemons, nfacctd/sfacctd/pmacctd.
On Tue, Nov 21, 2017 at 03:25:29PM -0600, Nicholas Geovanis wrote:
> Hi -
> Using pmacctd/sfacctd 1.7.0, I notice that the "-P mysql" operand on the
> sfacctd executable is supported and accepted OK (don't have sflow data in
> the DB yet). But when I use "plugins: mysql" in the conf file, I receive
> WARN:....Unable to handle key: plugins. Ignored
> ....at the sfacctd startup.
> I just wanted to make certain whether "plugins: mysql" works the same with
> sfacctd as it does with pmacctd. Or not?
> Thanks.....Nick G
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