[SR-Users] kamcmd htable.reload propertiesHash problem
hw at kamailio.org
Sat Aug 4 10:59:46 CEST 2018
Am Freitag, 3. August 2018, 09:29:40 CEST schrieb Ginhoux, Patrick:
> Unfortunately, I use the perl module in my kamailio.cfg.
> So you're correct, I could install the mod_perl from the EPEL project. This
> is possible on my test server in my lab.
> At the moment, I had collected manually all rpm packages required for 5.0.1
> (like Perl or snmp packages), that' was already a huge work.
> Now if at each stream there is new dependencies, I would have to solve the
> dependencies for other repo like with the EPEL repo.
> But in a next step, I have to do the same installation on a customer site on
> preimaged server with the following restrictions :
> - from this site, I have no access to the internet (That's why, up to new, I
> only download the packages I need)
> - the preimaged server are RHEL 7.4 server without no required package
> As said, I configured the EPEL repo on my test server and then try to
> installed to mod_perl module. I starts ok but fails for other dependencies
> (see attached).
> So upgrading from Kamailio 5.0.1 to 5.0.7 is not as simple as I expected.
> I hope I'm clear in my explanation.
I understand. Unfortunately I have no Red Hat 7 system available at the moment
that I could test locally.
I see that its no easy for you to update. But in my opinion you really should
considering an update, especially as there are many bugs fixed in 5.0.7 (also
some security related).
If you can't install from an repository, you can always build from the 5.0
stable branch source. There is documentation in our wiki on the process. This
is something a lot of our users do. Or you can build an own (local) RPM packet
and install this.
Maybe somebody else with more insight into the latest htable fixes can point
to a recent fix - but even this needs to be installed somehow on your side.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Henning Westerholt <hw at kamailio.org>
> Envoyé : vendredi 3 août 2018 08:43
> À : Ginhoux, Patrick <patrick.ginhoux at fr.unisys.com>
> Cc : sr-users at lists.kamailio.org
> Objet : Re: [SR-Users] kamcmd htable.reload propertiesHash problem
> Am Freitag, 3. August 2018, 07:56:28 CEST schrieb Ginhoux, Patrick:
> > Instead of installing a new server, I tried to upgrade the one running the
> > 5.0.1 level. It has the following packages installed:
> > kamailio-perl-5.0.1-1.1.x86_64
> > kamailio-5.0.1-1.1.x86_64
> > kamailio-mysql-5.0.1-1.1.x86_64
> > kamailio-snmpstats-5.0.1-1.1.x86_64
> > So I have download the 5.0.7 packages into a separate folder:
> > kamailio-rpms_5.0.7
> > kamailio-5.0.7-1.el7.x86_64.rpm
> > kamailio-mysql-5.0.7-1.el7.x86_64.rpm
> > kamailio-perl-5.0.7-1.el7.x86_64.rpm
> > kamailio-snmpstats-5.0.7-1.el7.x86_64.rpm
> > kamailio-ims-5.0.7-1.el7.x86_64.rpm
> > The update command rpm -Uvh --force kamailio* detects a dependency on
> > mod_perl package :
> > warning: kamailio-5.0.7-1.el7.x86_64.rpm: Header V3 DSA/SHA1 Signature,
> > ID 941fdbdd: NOKEY
> > error: Failed dependencies:
> > mod_perl is needed by kamailio-perl-5.0.7-1.el7.x86_64
> > I try to find this mod_perl package but it does no longer exist for RedHat
> > 7. We can find multiple articles referencing this change in RHEL.
> > It seems there is an alternative way to get this module in a EPEL
> > (https://huntingbears.nl/2013/12/17/no-mod_perl-in-rhel-7-and-centos-7/).
> > It is to me a huge work to simply update my current Kamailio to 5.0.7.
> > Does this mod_perl change makes sense to you ?
> > Have you an idea to get rid of this dependency?
> Hello Patrick,
> probably a stupid question, but do you actually use the perl module inside
> your kamailio cfg? If not - I would suggest to just remove the 5.0.1 perl
> module, and also not install it for 5.0.7.
> If you need it - the quoted artice states that its actually not difficult to
> install mod_perl from the EPEL repository. This looks quite ok: "EPEL is the
> high-quality RPM collection for RHEL and CentOS linux, maintened by the
> Best regards,
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