> I'm running a Solaris 7 machine with 256MB ram and when I run
> cflowdmux and
> cflowd, nothing happens I just get a new promt. when I do a
> ps -ef | grep cf
> there seems to be NO instances of cflowd or cflowdmux
> running. What do I do
> to fix this? Any ideas are greatly appreciated.
The software forking and dropping you back to the shell is normal behaviour;
it should be logging information about startup to syslog as per the facility
and level settings in the cflowd.conf file;
Try explicitly providing the reference to the config file when running the
cflowdmux -f /usr/local/arts/etc/cflowd.conf
cflowd -f /usr/local/arts/etc/cflowd.conf
And report what appears in the relevant part of your syslogs.
> Cfdcollect does run and does show up when I run that.
cfdcollect will happily run without its "parent" software, but will serve no
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