[CentOS] One for the Cisco experts...

Antonio da Silva Martins Junior asmartins at uem.br
Fri Apr 24 17:49:50 UTC 2009

----- "Antonio da Silva Martins Junior" <asmartins at uem.br> escreveu:

> ----- "Daniel Bird" <dbird at sgul.ac.uk> escreveu:
> > > How can I find out which port on the switch a particular server
> is
> > > connected to?  I was hoping that this is somehow possible using
> the
> > > mac address and the data gathered from snmpwalk/snmpget requests
> > but
> > > I'm not having much luck.  How would you tackle this problem?
> > >   
> > Take a look at Netdisco. I seem to remember it's a little tricky to
> > set
> > up on CentOS but I wouldn't live without it now.
> > 
> > http://www.netdisco.org/
>    Well after following the "little tricky" :D install scripts on
> this address: http://www.auburn.edu/~gouldwp/netdisco/ 
>    I had this error: "failed to resolve handler `netdisco::Mason':
> Can't locate netdisco/Mason.pm in @INC" 
> on my httpd error_log file. Anyone had sucess on made netdisco running?

Hi List,

   Well nothing better than post an email to the list to find the solution:

   The install script I was using (following) from the site above, put
two include lines (from netdisco_apache.conf and netdisco_apache_dir.conf)
on the end of "/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf". But it generates some errors on
the httpd programa, and I moved them to links on "/etc/httpd/conf.d" to the 
netdisco config files.
   The problem was "netdisco*" was load before "perl*" and then the errors.

   Quick solution: rename "netdisco*" to "zz_netdisco*", now the load order
are OK and the WebCli are running.

    Thanks for the help,


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