[collectd] Static Build
sh at tokkee.org
Tue Jun 17 22:48:04 CEST 2008
On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 08:46:50PM +0200, Sebastian Harl wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 08:33:29AM -0700, Jesse Dutton wrote:
> > On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 1:50 AM, Sebastian Harl <sh at tokkee.org> wrote:
> > > I can't think of any way to get that working with collectd unless you're
> > > using a single plugin only. All plugins are implemented as shared
> > > objects and the code heavily depends on that.
> > There are other systems that have this same problem (e.g. linux kernel
> > modules). They use a macro to expose a static module_register function
> > when the module is not built-in. In the built-in case, we could mangle
> > the function names so that they are unique, and use the HAVE_PLUGIN_X
> > #defines to call each module_register in turn during startup.
> > Thoughts?
> Anyway, I think this should be doable fairly easily using the following
> two steps:
> So, if we can use the dlsym() thingy, the whole patch should be about 20
> lines + replacing module_register with MODULE_REGISTER in all plugins...
Okay... I wanted to know if that's really gonna work, so I gave it a
quick try. I will send the patch in another E-mail in a minute. The
following plugins fail to build on my Debian Sid box after applying the
patch because of some undefined symbols when linking:
* apache, ascent, nginx (because of some libcurl symbols)
* notify_desktop (because of some libglib, libcairo, etc. symbols)
* libvirt (because of some libvirt symbols)
All of the appropriate libraries are available as static libraries as
well, so I guess that this can be fixed in collectd somehow. I'm not
sure where to look at though...
I noticed that the generated collectd binary is still linked against
quite a few shared libraries. I don't know if libtool should handle all
of that or if collectd has to handle that somehow. Any pointers would be
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