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TOPIC: Installer Package

Re:Installer Package 10 years 5 months ago #467

Thanks,

I think the DAG doesnt like Trisul putting it in non-blocking mode. Lets find out ..


I made a build for you with all debugging symbols turned on. Get it from www.unleashnetworks.com/lib/private/0507/trisul-checked

1. Save it in /usr/local/bin
2. sudo gdb /usr/local/bin/trisul-checked
3. r -nodemon /usr/local/etc/trisul/trisulConfig.xml -mode online
(crashes here..)
4. bt

and paste the output.
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Re:Installer Package 10 years 5 months ago #468

Appears to be trying to find specific library versions instead of just going for whatever.so. When I try to run dbg I get:
(gdb) r -nodemon /usr/local/etc/trisul/trisulConfig.xml -mode online
Starting program: /usr/local/bin/trisul-checked -nodemon /usr/local/etc/trisul/trisulConfig.xml -mode online
/usr/local/bin/trisul-checked: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

(gdb) r -nodemon /usr/local/etc/trisul/trisulConfig.xml -mode online
Starting program: /usr/local/bin/trisul-checked -nodemon /usr/local/etc/trisul/trisulConfig.xml -mode online
/usr/local/bin/trisul-checked: error while loading shared libraries: libpcap.so.0.9.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Which is a different version of libpcap then it's complained about before. I can fix them by creating links for what it's looking for to the current .so, but I'm not sure how many libraries it's going to complain about and creating links to the .so I have installed is a really bad way of handling it.
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Re:Installer Package 10 years 5 months ago #469

Oh my apologies, that is a CentOS 5.6 x86_64 file I sent you by mistake. Please dont fix any missing lib links just yet.

I will get an Ubuntu file out to your in a few hours.
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Re:Installer Package 10 years 5 months ago #470

Hi Leif,

I have identified the problem and have fixed it in this build. Root cause in next post.

Please get it from :

www.unleashnetworks.com/lib/private/trisul_1.2.713_amd64.deb

You dont need to run the checked build or gdb for now.

To test if things are okay,
Install this build , then do this
sudo trisul -nodemon /usr/local/etc/trisul/trisulConfig.xml -mode online

(the above command is on a single line)

This will print the first packet it sees. If it got that far we should be all set. You can press Ctrl+C to stop it and use the web interface for further work.


Thanks,
Vivek R
Unleash Networks
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Re:Installer Package 10 years 5 months ago #471

Awesome! this is working now. Thanks very much.
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Re:Installer Package 10 years 5 months ago #472

Thank you for staying with me on this.


1) By default Trisul uses as many hardware threads (CPU cores) available at its disposal. If you check with top you might see Trisul usage 650% etc. If you want to restrict Trisul to a couple of CPUs to aid other programs (nTOP/Argus), you can start trisul with the -hwthreads option.

Docs here unleashnetworks.com/trisulwiki/docs/doku...y_2_hardware_threads



2) You may have to define your "home networks" IP ranges for the built in hosts/app dashboards to make sense. Customize > Advanced > Home Networks



Ping me again if you need help on anything else.
Vivek R
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