[Orca-users] About Installing to Proxy -> Get It!

Keiko.Y Keiko_Yoshikawa at cssd.mei.co.jp
Sun Jan 20 16:37:15 PST 2002

Morning! Blair!

I should really thank you for all.
Well, I could managed to install Orca into our Proxy.

And now, It maybe work well. )^o^(
Oh, well just because I hasn't check yet today.

Anyway, I really feel happy now.
It's owe you.

Maybe I'll write you again when I face to another new problem
in very near future(^^=E3=82=9E.

Well, I think that all, this time.




  -----Original Message-----
  From: Blair Zajac [mailto:blair at orcaware.com]
  Sent: Friday, January 18, 2002 3:44 PM
  To: orca-users at yahoogroups.com
  Subject: Re: FW: [orca-users] About Installing to Proxy

  "Keiko.Y" wrote:
       Sorry. I misspelled. So I resend.

            Morning, Blair!

            Well, you know now I'm trying to work orca in test surrounds,
            because I told before.

            I'll tell you what the final purpose is.=20
            I want to check the load of Proxy server by remote.
            And , I have been trying to stock the knowledge about orca with=
            working orca in a test server.
            Now, I'm supposed to install orca & Stool to real Proxy sever.
            But there are some problems since I have some limitations,=20
            followings are that;

            1 This server has no compiler soft, I mean no gcc , and  not al=
            to install something like that in this server.

  This is not required to install the software.  You just need to build it
  elsewhere.  Which OS version do you have on your test and proxy server?

            2 This server has no gunzip and not allow to install it server.

  Having gzip on the proxy would make life easier, but you don't need it.

            3 The directory we use, should be the only /opt/RICHPse/.

  If you can then, install everything into here.  You may want to build a
  Perl that installsinto /opt/RICHPse/.

              Under these limitations, My trial process are the following.

              1 I did download Orca-0.27b2.tar.gz at the directory "/home/t=
              in another sever that installed gzip and gcc  (I'll call Serv=
er B
              from  now).

              2 Used gunzip and tar command, I melt the file on the directo=

              3 Moved current-directory to "orca-0.27b2/packages"that were
                created  when the process 1.
              4 Installed the 5 perl-modules using files in this directory=
                because the INSTALL said were needed to install orca.
                Done like that(EXCEPT rrdtool) ;=20
               a 1cd XXX(Digestxxx or Mathxxx or Storablexx)
               a 2perl Makefile.PL
               a 3make
               a 4make install
            when rrdtool, done like that when my first trial;
               b 1cd rrdtool-xxx
               b 2sh configure --verbose
               b 3make site-perl-install
               b 4cd perl-shared
               b 5make test
               b 6make install
            5Moved back current-directory to"orca-0.27b2"
            6Done configuration like this
            7Used "make",done compiling, and done"make test"also,=20
            8Move bake current-directory to"test"
            9Done "tar cfv orca-0.27b2.tar orca-0.27b2
            10Transfer"orca-0.27b2.tar" to /home/test in the real server
            by ftp.
            11Used tar, melt "orca-0.27b2.tar"
            12Moved current-directory to "orca-0.27b2"
            13Done "make install".

  Is Perl on the proxy server?  All of the Storable, RRD and other modules
  get installed into Perl, which looks like its at /usr/local/lib/perl5.

            It seemed done smoothly, but when I tried to work orca by
            "/opt/ RICHPse/orca/bin/orca -v /opt/RICHPse/orca/lib/or-
            callator.cfg ", I got error that said there's no Command nevert=
            there was binary file named "orca" in /opt/ RICHPse/orca/bin/.

  This looks like that the Perl that /opt/RICHPse/orca/bin/orca uses is not
  installed on this system that you ran it on.

            First I thought it might have something wrong with rrdtool inst=
            way. so, I also retried process-4b like this;
            Done process-1to 9 except 4b3,b4,b5&b6 at the server B and
            done 11 to 13 at real server.=20
            It needless to say but While I done 11 to 13, I did try also th=
            following process after moved current-directory to "rrdtoolxxx"

               b 3make site-perl-install
               b 4cd perl-shared
               b 5make test
               b 6make install

            But the result the things were getting worse, when I did b3 thi=
            time, I got error;
            $make site-perl-install
            cd perl-piped && make install
         make: Fatal error: Don't know how to make target
         Current working directory
         *** Error code 1
         make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `site-perl-install'

            Well, I 'd like to show me the direction, and save me!!!

  Yes, it looks like you don't have Perl in the right places.  You may
  want to install a Perl specifically for Orca.  I would download this


  and install it into /opt/RICHPse

  Also, what operating system version do you run on your test and productio=
  (proxy) system?

  The typical way you would do this is to get everything you need on the
  test system in /opt/RICHPse as you want it and then just copy the tar
  over.  I would also install gzip (or better yet bzip2) in there so that
  orcallator.se can use it.


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