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DNS Statistics Presenter

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DNS Statistics Presenter (DSP) is a tool used for exploring statistics from busy DNS servers collected by DNS Statistics Collector (DSC).

DNS Statistics Collector can be found here:

More information about DSP/DSC may be found here:

Issues should be reported here:

Mailinglist:

Dependencies

Following dependencies are needed, example for Debian/Ubuntu. Check ./configure for a full list of dependencies.

sudo apt-get install libproc-pid-file-perl libxml-simple-perl

Or you can install them all using cpanm.

cpanm --quiet --notest Proc::PID::File XML::Simple

The DSC Perl library needs to be installed also, if you can't find it in your distribution or on CPAN you can clone the repository, this example installs the latest development version using cpanminus.

git clone https://github.com/DNS-OARC/p5-DSC.git
cd p5-DSC
cpanm --quiet --notest .

Prepare

If you are installing from the GitHub repository you need to generate configure.

./autogen.sh

Install as pre 2.0.0

As of version 2.0.0 most of the paths has been changed and if your upgrading an older installation and want to keep the paths as they were this is how you can do it.

Asuming the old prefix of /usr/local/dsc, see configure --help for more information.

prefix=/usr/local/dsc
./configure --prefix=$prefix \
    --with-data-dir=$prefix/data \
    --with-cgi-bin-dir=$prefix/libexec \
    --with-html-dir=$prefix/share/html \
    --with-etc-dir=$prefix/etc \
    --with-libexec-dir=$prefix/libexec \
    --with-cache-dir=$prefix/cache \
    --with-log-dir=$prefix/var/log \
    --enable-create-dirs
make
make install

Install

Run configure with optional options and then install, see configure --help for more information.

./configure [options ... ]
make
make install

You can use --enable-create-dirs to create the necessary directories upon installation.