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arrancando el servidor ---> [ERROR] Cannot open configuration file at status.
#1
Hola estoy usando debian5, instale y configure el servidor como lo indica el manual, la consola en php funciona sin problemas y la base de datos funciona pero al ejecutar el servidor en /etc/init.d/pandora_server status me sale el siguiente error:
Code:
debian-desktop:/etc/init.d# pandora_server status

Pandora FMS Server 4.0.1 Build 111220 Copyright (c) 2004-2011 ArticaST
This program is OpenSource, licensed under the terms of GPL License version 2.
You can download latest versions and documentation at http://www.pandorafms.org


[ERROR] Cannot open configuration file at status.
    Please specify a valid Pandora FMS configuration file in command line.
    Standard configuration file is at /etc/pandora/pandora_server.conf

revise los permisos del archivo me parecen que tienen todos los necesarios:

Code:
debian-desktop:/etc/init.d# ls -l /etc/pandora/
total 28
drwxrwxrwx 2 root root  4096 ene 18 18:31 collections
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root root  6144 ene 18 18:31 pandora_agent.conf
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root    50 mar  2 18:13 pandora_server.conf -> /usr/share/pandora_server/conf/pandora_server.conf
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 10385 mar  5 10:19 pandora_server.conf~
drwxrwxrwx 2 root root  4096 ene 18 18:31 plugins
alguien que por favor me ayude no puedo hacer nada hasta que el servidor esté activo...
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#2
Buenas tardes;

¿Podrías poner el texto del archivo de configuración del servidor,por favor?
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#3
saludos! aca se los pongo...
#############################################################################
# Pandora FMS Server Parameters
# Pandora FMS, the Flexible Monitoring System.
# Version 4.0-dev
# Licensed under GPL license v2,
# © 2003-2011 Artica Soluciones Tecnologicas
# http://www.pandorafms.com
# Please change it for your setup needs
#############################################################################

# Servername: Name of this server
# if not given, it takes hostname. It's preferable to setup one
# because machine name could change by some reason.

#servername adama

# incomingdir:  Defines directory where incoming data packets are stored
# You could set directory relative to base path or absolute, starting with /

incomingdir /var/spool/pandora/data_in

# log_file: Main logfile for pandora_server
# You could set file relative to base path or absolute, starting with /

log_file /var/log/pandora/pandora_server.log

# Log file for Pandora FMS SNMP console. Its generated by NetSNMP Trap daemon

snmp_logfile /var/log/pandora/pandora_snmptrap.log

# Error logfile: aux logfile for pandora_server errors (in Daemon mode)
# You could set file relative to base path or absolute, starting with /

errorlog_file /var/log/pandora/pandora_server.error

# daemon: Runs in daemon mode (background) if 1, if 0 runs in foreground
# this could be also configured on commandline with -D option

# daemon 1

# dbengine: mysql, postgresql or oracle (mysql by default)
#dbengine mysql

# Database credentials. A VERY important configuration.
# This must be the same credentials used by your Pandora FMS Console
# but could be different if your console is not running in the same
# host than the server. Check your console setup in /include/config.php

# dbname: Database name (pandora by default

dbname pandora

# dbuser:  Database user name (pandora by default)

dbuser pandora

# dbpass: Database password

dbpass pandora

# dbhost: Database hostname or IP address

dbhost localhost

# By default, parent agent will not update
#update_parent 0

# verbosity: level of detail on errors/messages (0 default, 1 verbose, 2 debug.... 10 noisy)
# -v in command line (verbose) or -d (debug). Set this to 10 when try to locate problems and
# set to 0 or 1 on production enviroments.

verbosity 1

# Master Server, 1 if master server (normal mode), 0 for slave mode (slave in multi-server setup)

master 1

# Activate Pandora SNMP console (depending on snmptrapd)
# only available on Pandora Network server

snmpconsole 1

# Activate (1) Pandora Network Server

networkserver 1

# Activate (1) Pandora Data Server

dataserver 1

# Activate (1) Pandora FMS Recon server

reconserver 1

# pluginserver : 1 or 0. Set to 1 to activate plugin server with this setup
# DISABLED BY DEFAULT
pluginserver 0

# Pandora FMS Plugin exec tool filepath (by default at /usr/bin)

plugin_exec /usr/bin/pandora_exec

# predictionserver : 1 or 0. Set to 1 to activate prediction server with this setup
# DISABLED BY DEFAULT
predictionserver 0

# wmiserver : 1 or 0. Set to 1 to activate WMI server with this setup
# DISABLED BY DEFAULT
wmiserver 0

# Network timeout (in seconds) for timeout in network connections for Network agents

network_timeout 5

# Server keepalive (in seconds)

server_keepalive 45

# Server Threshold: defines number of seconds of main loop (in sec)

server_threshold 5

# Network threads: Do not set too high (~40). Each threads make a network module check.

network_threads 5

# icmp_checks x : defines number of pings for each icmp_proc module type. at least one of
# that ping should be 1 to report 1

icmp_checks 1

# tcp specific options :
# tcp_checks: number of tcp retries if first attempt fails.
# tcp_timeout: specific timeout for tcp connections

tcp_checks 1
tcp_timeout 30

# snmp specific options :
# snmp_checks: number of snmp request retries if first attempt fails.
# snmp_timeout: specific timeout for snmp request.

snmp_checks 1
snmp_timeout 5

# snmp_proc_deadresponse 1 (default): Return DOWN if cannot contact
# or receive NULL from a SNMP PROC module.

snmp_proc_deadresponse 1

# plugin_threads: Specify number of plugin server threads for processing plugin calls

plugin_threads 2

# plugin_timeout: Specify number of seconds calling plugin exec waiting for response
# after this time, call is aborted and result is "unknown".

plugin_timeout 15

# wmi_timeout : specific timeout for wmi request.

wmi_timeout 10

# wmi_threads: Specify number of WMI server threads for processing WMI remote calls

wmi_threads 2

# recon_threads. Each thread will scan a different scantask.

recon_threads 2

# dataserver_threads: Number of threads for data server (XML processing threads)

dataserver_threads 2

# mta_address: External Mailer (MTA) IP Address to be used by Pandora FMS internal email capabilities
#mta_address 192.168.50.1

mta_address localhost

# mta_port: MTA port (default 25)
#mta_port 25

# mta_user MTA User (if needed for auth, FQD or simple user, depending on your server)
#mta_user [email protected]

# mta_pass MTA Pass (if needed for auth)
#mta_pass mypassword

# mta_auth MTA Auth system (if needed, support: LOGIN, PLAIN, CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD)
#mta_auth LOGIN

# mta_from Email address that sends the mail, by default is [email protected]
#          probably you need to change it to avoid problems with your antispam
#mta_from Pandora FMS <[email protected]>

# xprobe2: Optional package to detect OS types using advanced TCP/IP
# fingerprinting tecniques, much more accurates than stadard nmap.
# If not provided, nmap is used insted xprobe2

xprobe2 /usr/bin/xprobe2

# nmap: If provided, is used to detect OS type with recon server using
# advanded OS fingerprint technique. Xprobe2 gives more accurate results
# Nmap is also used to do TCP port scanning in detected host.

nmap /usr/bin/nmap

# snmpget: Needed to do SNMP checks. By default is on /usr/bin/snmpget

snmpget /usr/bin/snmpget

# Location of the braa binary needed by the Enterprise SNMP Server (/usr/bin/braa by default) (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
braa /usr/bin/braa

# Default group id for new agents created with Pandora FMS Data Server
autocreate_group 2

# Set to 1 if want to autocreate agents with Pandora FMS Data Server,
# set to 0 to disable

autocreate 1

# max_log_size: Specify max size of Pandora FMS server log file (1MB by default). If
# log file grows above this limit, is renamed to "pandora_server.log.old".

max_log_size 65536

# max_queue_files (250 by default)
# When server have more than max_queue_files in incoming directory, skips the read 
# the directory to avoid filesystem overhead.

max_queue_files 500

# Use the XML file last modification time as timestamp.
# use_xml_timestamp 1

# Pandora FMS will autorestart itself each XXX seconds, use this if you experience problems with
# shutting down threads, or other stability problems.

# auto_restart 86400

# Pandora FMS will restart after restart_delay seconds on critical errors.

# restart 0
# restart_delay 60

# More information about GIS Setup in /usr/share/pandora_server/util/gis.README
# Flag to activate GIS (positional information for agents and maps)
# by default it is desactivated
#activate_gis 0

# Radius of error in meters to consider two gis locations as the same location.
#location_error 50

# Recon reverse geolocation mode [disabled, sql, file]
#  disabled    The recon task doesn't try to geolocate the ip discovered.
#  sql        The recon task trys to query the SQL database to geolocate the
#              ip discovered
#  file        The recon task trys to find the geolocation information of the
#              ip discovered in the file indicated in the
#                recon_reverse_geolocation_file parameter

# recon_reverse_geolocation_mode disabled

# Recon reverse geolocation file. This is the database with the reverse
# geolocation information using MaxMind GPL GeoLiteCity.dat format).
#recon_reverse_geolocation_file /usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIPCity.dat

# Radius (in meters) of the circle in where the agents will be place randomly
# when finded by a recon task. Center of the circle is guessed
# by geolocating the IP.
#recon_location_scatter_radius 1000

# Pandora Server self-monitoring (embedded agent) (by default disabled)
#self_monitoring 1

# Update parent from the agent xml
#update_parent 1
#
#
# This enable realtime reverse geocoding using Google Maps public api.
# This requires internet access, and could have performance penalties processing GIS
# information due the connetion needed to resolve all GIS input.
# NOTE: If you dont pay the service to google, they will ban your IP in a few days.

# google_maps_description 1

# This enable realtime reverse geocoding using Openstreet Maps public api.
# This requires internet access, and could have performance penalties processing GIS
# information due the connetion needed to resolve all GIS input.
# You can alter the code to use a local (your own) openstreet maps server.

# openstreetmaps_description 1

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Event Web Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
webserver 1

# Number of threads for the Web Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
web_threads 2

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Inventory Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
inventoryserver 1

# Number of threads for the Web Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
inventory_threads 2

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Export Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
exportserver 1

# Number of threads for the Export Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
export_threads 1

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Event Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
eventserver 1

# Event Server event window in seconds (3600 by default) (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
event_window 3600

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Enterprise ICMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
icmpserver 0

# Number of threads for the Enterprise ICMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
icmp_threads 2

# Enable (1) or disable (0) Pandora FMS Enterprise SNMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
snmpserver 0

# Number of threads for the Enterprise SNMP Server (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
snmp_threads 2

# Block size for block producer/consumer servers, that is, the number of modules
# per block (15 by default) (PANDORA FMS ENTERPRISE ONLY).
block_size 15
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#4
Hola buenas.

Creo que el problema que tienes es a la hora de iniciarlo, según he visto en el primer post para ver el estado de el server de pandora haces lo siguiente:

Quote:debian-desktop:/etc/init.d# pandora_server status

Tienes que inicializarlo de la siguiente manera, ya que te encuentras dentro de init.d.

Quote:debian-desktop:/etc/init.d# ./pandora_server status

no te olvides del './'

Un Saludo.
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#5
gracias Jartal... fuiste muy acertivo en la respuesta....

Code:
debian-desktop:/etc/init.d# ./pandora_server status
Pandora FMS Server is running with PID 3210.

solo por curiosidad para que funciona el comando ?? "./"
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#6
Hola,

Me alegro de que se halla solucionado.

El "./" indica que lo que quieres ejecutar es un script de arranque de una aplicacion (puedes ver el código de lo que hace si lo abres) y no un comando. Con esto quiero decir que si no le pones el './' el ordenador se cree que "pandora_server" es un comando como "echo" o "df" y lo que hace es buscar si tiene el comando (pero no lo entiende porque no es un comando) por eso te sale el error. Si por ejemplo no estuvieras en 'init.d' tendrías que haber puesto "/etc/init.d/pandora_server start", de esta manera le estás indicando que ejecute ese script.

Espero haberme explicado Smile

Cualquier cosa no dudes en preguntar Smile

Un Saludo.
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