[Orca-users] client install issues

Ziegenhorn, Eric eric.ziegenhorn at ngc.com
Tue Jul 1 12:13:59 PDT 2003

Maybe you should use a simpler configure command like:

./configure --with-html-dir=/mnt/orca/html --prefix=/mnt/orca

This assumes the defaults for all other directories besides html.  It seems
the easiest way unless you have a need to use particular, non-standard

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Swanson [mailto:eric.swanson at recycled-greetings.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 11:32 AM
To: orca-users at orcaware.com
Subject: [Orca-users] client install issues

I'm setting up a new client install of Orca on solaris 2.6 and have a few
questions as for how the data is split up. I have a host running orca on
solaris 9. It is running and monitoring itself just fine.  Now I set up the
client with NFS mounted to the host.  Works fine.  I have configured orca in
several different ways and have not yet been able to run orca correctly.
THe configure works properly, but I am not sure where to put the
directories.  On my last attempt i did:

./configure --with-var-dir=/mnt/orca/rrd/var --with-rrd-dir=/mnt/orca/rrd/rr
d --with-html-dir=/mnt/orca/html --bindir=/mnt/orca/bin --libdir=/mnt/orca/l

Now my big question is...  Where do I put the /bin and /lib directories.
Iwant to be able to run the:
./bin/orca -v ./lib/orcallator.cfg for both the host and the client on the
host.  There is no way to reach the clients orcallator.cfg without putting
it on the host or is their another way to do this?  Do most people just put
the html and rrd directories on the host?  If this is the case how do they
reach the client orcallator.cfg in the usr/local/lib directory.  Sorry for
the newbie question.

Eric Swanson

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