Many users have reported issues whereby a fork()'d Nagios process consumes 100%
of it's available CPU time. Depending on system configurations this can have
detrimental side affects until the process is killed or the system restarted.
Users have been working around this by mapping out the use of libpthread(3) in
/etc/libmap.conf. This patch should resolve this issue by compiling Nagios
binaries against the libthr(3) threading library where available removing the
need to map libpthread(3) out.
This patch is identical to that of net-mgmt/nagios-devel's recently committed
fix for the same issue. Also bundled is the addition of libltdl as requested
by Tom Judge (tjudge # mintel.com).
Fix: Downloadable diff from:
I'll take it.
wxs 2008-02-04 19:57:24 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
Link with libthr when available. This should fix the CPU consumption
PR: ports/120150 ports/119766
Submitted by: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Approved by: maintainer (implicit) garga (mentor)
Revision Changes Path
1.66 +2 -1 ports/net-mgmt/nagios/Makefile
1.2 +38 -4 ports/net-mgmt/nagios/files/patch-configure.in
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