[Snort-users] Snort on OpenBSD -- finding mysqlclient library
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Thu Dec 4 09:21:06 EST 2003
Thanks for the reply. I may try that.
Since I am running 4.0.16 for the server, would running the older client from ports cause any problems? Or would I have to go install the older server from ports too?
The only reason I stayed away from the version from ports is because I know this DB is going to grow large and I wanted it to live in /var (75GB partition) instead of /usr, which is the data dir for the OBSD ports version of mysql server.
Sorry if this is viewed as OT. I will keep further emails confined to those who reply.
> > Then snort will run and log to mysql just fine.
> > My question is: "Is this normal behavior to expect, or am I
> > missing something?"
> Use the ports or packages to install mysql client and you will have no
> trouble configuring snort --with-mysql. The package I use that works
> very well is "mysql-client-3.23.57.tgz", just go:
> On your OpenBSD system. This will also install all dependency packages
> silently. I didn't see any compelling reason to use mysql4 yet, as
> mysql3.23 is more supportable and the network performance is FAST (for a
> tcp app).
> > Here is my setup:
> > OpenBSD 3.4 i386
> > MySQL 4.0.16 (./configure --prefix=/usr/local/mysql
> > --localstatedir=/var/mysql) Snort 2.0.5 (./configure
> > --with-mysql=/usr/local/mysql)
> Then when configuring snort, just go ./configure --with-mysql
> If your database is on a remote system, all will be well (if not then
> add the mysql server package from the same locatio).
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