[Kamailio-Users] New install woes - 1.5.3 w/ mysql
graham at g-rock.net
Sat Jan 2 15:39:39 CET 2010
The ³Not sure what to make of it at this point..² was because I didn¹t
understand why the second time around with the ³makes² would fix the
locate_tool() issue, not how to use kamailio ;-).
On 1/2/10 4:28 AM, "Daniel-Constantin Mierla" <miconda at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 1/1/10 8:28 AM, Graham Wooden wrote:
>> Re: [Kamailio-Users] New install woes - 1.5.3 w/ mysql This issue is solved
>> I went ahead and blew everything away and re-did the ³makes² and it¹s
>> working now. Not sure what to make of it at this point..
> with kamdbctl you can create the database. Then with kamctl you can create
> Enable authentication and user location in the default config (see top of the
> file), setup some phones, start kamailio and call between phones. It is easy.
>> On 12/31/09 11:03 PM, "Graham Wooden" <graham at g-rock.net> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Apparently I am missing something fundamentally here; trying to get mysql
>>> functions working with the kamdbctl command, but it seems that while it
>>> locates the kamdbctl.mysql file, it can¹t locate/use the the locate_tool()
>>> function from the kamctl.base¹ (which is called at the top of
>>> kamdbctl.mysql). I have been going back through trunk/INSTALL file and not
>>> seeing anything that is standing out. Neither when I ³strace² the kamdbctl
>>> create¹ command. But seems that my environment is missing something. I
>>> don¹t recall such issues with my production 1.4.2 machine.
>>> It¹s a fresh install CentOS 5.4 with most items (e.g. mysql server/client)
>>> installed via the standard yum repo¹s. I tried 1.5.3 from both building it
>>> from source as as well as the linux/i386 binary set. Still the same
>>> results. Thoughts?
>>> [root at misfits kamailio]# kamctl start
>>> database engine 'MYSQL' loaded
>>> Control engine 'FIFO' loaded
>>> INFO: Starting Kamailio :
>>> INFO: started (pid: 9006)
>>> [root at misfits kamailio]# kamdbctl create
>>> /usr/local/lib/kamailio/kamctl/kamdbctl.mysql: line 25: locate_tool: command
>>> not found
>>> error: 'mysql' tool not found: set MYSQL variable to correct tool path
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