can you ping those domain names?
can you show your repo containing the problems?
Hi, I've made some changes ih the Citrix.repo file :[citrix]
name=XenServer 5.6.100 updates
I have just uncommented the line baseurl and changed enabled line to 1 and it worked.
Now this messages appears when I want to to install openssl-devel:
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
://mirror.centos.org/centos/5/os/i386/repodata/repomd.xml: [Errno 4] IOError: <urlopen error (-2, 'Name or service not known')>
Trying other mirror.
Error: Cannot retrieve repository metadata (repomd.xml) for repository: base. Please verify its path and try again
you'd change this in the corresponding repo file in the /etc/yum.repos.d/ dir. Your line might look a little different than what i typed. just put the "http:" in the front, right after baseurl= and save it.Code:
Hi, there is http. It is already there in baseurl. I did not put here, because the forum wasn't accepting
So, i'd have to guess that, provided that you can ping those domain names, it is the proxy statement in your yum.conf that is tripping you up. can you test by commenting out that line, then rerunning a yum command?
It is ok now. Thank you very much. But I am trying to install in another Xenserver, but there is another issue. I cannot shutdown the zabbix server.
I want to change group of a script that monitors some parameters. Like this: chown zabbix:zabbix zabbixXen.sh
But it does not change. The way it is now: -rwxr----- 1 nti-admin zabbix 830 Oct 16 09:54 zabbixXen.sh I want it to be zabbix zabbix 830 Oct 16 09:54 zabbixXen.sh
There is another thing: The agentd does not start and does not stop. Here are the messages:
Starting ZABBIX agent: zabbix_agentd: daemon.c:158: daemon_start: Assertion `0' failed
Shutting down ZABBIX agent: [FAILED]
If it is, then I assume you are not running the chown command as either nti-admin or root, yes? If so, then you do not have permissions to change group ownership. Change to one of those two accounts (using su, etc.), then try your command.Code:
grep ^zabbix: /etc/groups
Btw, according to what you posted, that script already is group-owned by group zabbix, but maybe that's not what you meant.
To be sure, post the output of the chown command, so that we may see exactly what is going on.
I am running as root already. I try to start like this: /etc/init.d/zabbix-agentd start . There is no /var/log/zabbix messages. In /var/log/messages, there is nothing related to zabbix. What should I do?