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Segmentation Fault running Nagios on RH9

Posted on 2004-08-31
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I've installed Nagios via RPM and it appears to have installed.
However, when I attempt to start it, all I get is "Segmentation fault"

I have edited the .cfg files, and I have the web interface working. Just can't get Nagios to start...

[root@shrike]#/usr/bin/nagios /etc/nagios/nagios.cfg
Segmentation fault

[root@shrike]#
Any ideas?
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Which version are you using? There's a note on the download site that suggests that 1.2-0 would be the most appropriate. Also have you installed any of the plugins?
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Have not installed any plugins...
Have nagios-1.0-1.dag.rh90.i386.rpm
I'll give the 1.2 package a try..

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1.2 is more encouraging....
... Bailing out due to one or more errors encountered in the config files...

Looks like I've got some editing to do, but it looks like it's going to work..

Plugins 1.4 installed...

I'll have to wait until this evening to dink with this some more...

Thanks!
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