[oi-dev] Addition of zabbix agent to oi-build
adam.stevko at gmail.com
Thu Jan 19 23:51:16 UTC 2012
I just committed additional changes to my personal oi-build repository. Commit can be found at https://bitbucket.org/xenol/oi-build/changeset/325c111fb2fb.
In general, I added the requested p5m file, GPLv2 license file and made minor modifications to the SMF manifest.
I removed additional CONFIGURE items. However, CONFIGURE_SCRIPT has to be set, because the package won't be built. Can that be considered as a bug?
Could you review the changes?
On Jan 17, 2012, at 1:17 AM, Andrzej Szeszo wrote:
> Hi Adam
> Things look OK in general. Nice work!
> You define additional users and groups in the p5m manifest which you have not created yet. See <https://bitbucket.org/openindiana/oi-build/src/2b9d1a6a8053/components/proftpd/proftpd.p5m> for an example. Same with the directories. You define any new ones in the p5m file.
> In general, the kind of software like zabbix agent should be delivered as 32-bit only. I doubt there will be any benefit of the 64-bit version.
> Also, I think I would remove lines which define CFLAGS, CONFIGURE_PREFIX and CONFIGURE_SCRIPT and use the defaults. And change the BUILD/INSTALL_64 to BUILD/INSTALL_32.
> Thanks for working on the package.
> On 01/ 9/12 12:00 AM, Adam Števko wrote:
>> I have created my first package for oi-build - zabbix-agent. Zabbix is monitoring software used for server and service monitoring by companies all over the world.
>> I had some problems building the zabbix-agent (the problem is known to me, but no idea how to fix it). I found workaround, but I do not find it a proper solution. I would like to have the Makefile and other stuff reviewed. The commit can be found here: https://bitbucket.org/xenol/oi-build/changeset/93c7d6f187db
>> There are some things I would like to ask about:
>> - if the service needs to have some directories and user/group added to the system, where should I define that?
>> - what is the proper way to select with version to build, e.g. 64bit on 64bit CPU and 32bit on 32bit. I would like to take advantage of having 64bit software on 64bit capable CPUs.
>> If there are any problems regarding the Makefile, please let me know. I would like to fix them and have zabbix-agent added to the oi-build. When agent is done and committed to the oi-build, I will follow with zabbix-server and zabbix-proxy.
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