[icinga-users] New web package installation woes

Andy Dills andy at xecu.net
Mon Feb 13 19:37:08 CET 2012


Eh, I guess I was just confused by the "freebsd quickstart" and never 
looked closely at: http://docs.icinga.org/1.6/en/icinga-web-scratch.html

Which clearly indicates what php modules I needed. Sorry.

Thanks,
Andy

On Mon, 13 Feb 2012, Andy Dills wrote:

> 
> Well, finally had some luck by looking up Agavi and what php modules I 
> needed. 
> 
> Turns out I needed DOM (which led to new errors). And then I discovered I 
> needed XSL (and yet more errors, but at least it was in the web browser). 
> >From which I discovered I needed PDO.
> 
> And now I just figured out that I need PDO-mysql.
> 
> And after that I learned I needed the php JSON module.
> 
> And now it's finally presenting me with a login!
> 
> 
> For future reference (especially for FreeBSD users, as the php port is 
> typically built pretty minimally), here's the list of modules I finally 
> had to have installed to get things working:
> 
> extension=mysql.so
> extension=session.so
> extension=xml.so
> extension=simplexml.so
> extension=ctype.so
> extension=dom.so
> extension=xsl.so
> extension=pdo.so
> extension=pdo_mysql.so
> extension=json.so
> 
> Thanks,
> Andy
> 
> On Mon, 13 Feb 2012, Andy Dills wrote:
> 
> > 
> > Hi there,
> > 
> > I'm in the process of setting up icinga (with the new web interface) to 
> > replace an ancient nagios system.
> > 
> > My OS of choice is FreeBSD. 
> > 
> > I've got icinga installed, I've got the web package installed, I've got 
> > the IDOutils installed. Icinga is running, ido2db is running, apache is 
> > configured.
> > 
> > When I try to bring up the site, I get a blank page. This is what I see in 
> > the httpd error log:
> > 
> > PHP Fatal error: Configuration file  
> > "/usr/local/icinga-web/app/config/autoload.xml" does not have a registered  
> > handler in /usr/local/icinga-web/lib/agavi/src/core/Agavi.class.php on line 63
> > 
> > My googling only turns up some ancient things that don't seem relevant.
> > 
> > I'm sure it's something stupid that I'm missing due to my unfamiliarity 
> > with icinga, but I'm not having any luck figuring out what that is.
> > 
> > Any suggestions?
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > Andy
> > 
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