Created attachment 167456 [details]
port file information for new port
I created a new port file for the super_mediator package from CERT. This tool complements the net-mgmt/yaf and security/silktools ports from CERT.
Thanks for the contribution.
Can you please adjust the following:
- Set a more descriptive title for the bug. New ports generally have the following format: "[new port] category/portname: <text in COMMENT>".
- Set the "maintainer-flag+" flag in your attachment so that it shows up in the "Ports: Maintainer Approved" saved search in Bugzilla.
- Regenerate your new port using shar instead of a tarball, as described here: https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/porters-handbook/book.html#porting-submitting
As for the port itself, I suggest you run portlint -AC on it. There are extra empty lines, lack of tabs in some places and stale comments that could be removed (like the "PKG_DEPENDS" ones).
It also help you post here the results of calling "portlint -AC" and one or more Poudriere build results.
Created attachment 167519 [details]
shar file for the new port
Created attachment 167520 [details]
Log files for poudriere and portlint runs
portlint run for port files.
Created attachment 167521 [details]
poudriere log for new port run
A commit references this bug:
Date: Sun Feb 28 17:57:16 UTC 2016
New revision: 409751
New port: net-mgmt/super_mediator.
super_mediator is an IPFIX mediator designed to split IPFIX sensing flows
and distribute the network telemetry information to multiple sources. It
can export the network telemetry data gathered into formats designed for
bulk loading into databases (e.g. MySQL) or as JSON outputs, as well as
directly loading MySQL tables. super_mediator is primarily designed to get
network telemetry data from YAF.
Submitted by: Chris Inacio <nacho319+freebsdZilla@gmail.com>