OK I can say it is working under RH EL5.
What I did was to manually unpack the RPM and to copy the files in a
subdirectory where I have full access
The next step was to use the perl directive "use lib" to point the perl script
to that path. It worked with
Next I tried higher versions because I need the "--no-border" and some other
things which seem to be available
only in later versions (haven't checked the linux version but the windows
version I am using rejects the -no-border
I have tried -no-border on Ubuntu and it is not working in version 1.30.
Anyway, no matter what which version I try between 1.2.30 and 1.3.9 (RPMs) I am
receiving the same message which is
for module RRDs: librrd.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
directory at /usr/lib/perl5/5.8.8/i386-linux-thread-multi/DynaLoader.pm line
at script.pl line 3
Compilation failed in require at script.pl line 3.
Can anybody tell me what makes the 1.0.5 works and what makes all the other
higher version fail?
I also tried to install the binaries, I am OK if I can create script that I can
put in crontab and generate the images with rrdtool 1.3.9 while I am updating
the database with 1.050. Would this work?
The binary distribution seems to have some problems with loading the libraries.
Does anybody know how to load the libraries if the are not installer in
/usr/lib or /usr/local/lib ?
I also tried /lib/ld-linux.so.2 --library-path PATH EXECUTABLE
This somehow change something but I don't know enough about Unix to say what
exactly changed. Please see below
[u...@p3nlh047 bin]$ ./rrdtool
./rrdtool: error while loading shared libraries: librrd.so.4: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory
[u...@p3nlh047 bin]$ /lib/ld-linux.so.2 --library-path . rrdtools
rrdtools: error while loading shared libraries: rrdtools: cannot open shared
From: Simon Hobson <li...@thehobsons.co.uk>
Sent: Sat, January 9, 2010 12:27:37 PM
Subject: Re: [rrd-users] RRDTools Server and Installing RRDTools in a shared
AllSort ofQuestions wrote:
>I have two questions somehow related to each other. I asking these
>questions because apparently I can't run rrdtools in a shared hosted
>envirionmnet. (Linux-REd Hat @Godaddy www.godaddy.com)
>From what I could see they have perl available for their clients but
>only a limited set of modules, probably the most popular ones, are
>installed and you can not install your own.
You are unlikely to be able to run any software not already
supported. On a typical shared web hosting service, the server hosts
multiple sites all using a common set of software. Whilst I believe
it should be technically possible to install your own binaries in
your own storage space, in practice I would expect most shared
hosting providers to prohibit this (either in their ToS or by
technical restrictions - typically the server would be configured to
not execute binaries outside of certain system wide shared
directories) and this would impact on their more expensive services
they'd rather you buy if you want to do this.
In my limited experience, the larger the hosting company, the less
likely they are to be able to accommodate you - with only smaller
companies with manually (or semi manually) managed servers having the
Have you tried asking GoDaddy if they have a server with RRD Tools
installed that they could move your site to ?
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