Redis needs manual start from shell, to get NTOPNG working
i've installed Ntopng package.
It was not working until i start manually in the shell the "redis-server"
it's probably due to the message during ntopng installation
_Message from redis-3.2.6:
===> CONFIGURATION NOTE:
To setup "redis" you need to edit the configuration file:
To run redis from startup, add redis_enable="YES"
in your /etc/rc.conf.
Cleaning up cache… done._
What do i do to get redis probably automatic start ? ive not modified rc.conv because there's a message inside telling not to modify the file
Thanks in advance
No it does need any such thing. Simply configure the package via the GUI and save configuration.
Thank you for the answer
Unfortunateky i've not seen any option in the config pane to solve this
I saw other people having the same issue
I do not know on this freeBSD distrib how to make this command run on startup to fix this
Does anyone have a clue of that ?
That message is completely irrelevant on pfSense. Redis is already started via /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ntopng.sh script created by the package. If it doesn't start for you, you have a different problem.
In case this helps someone else...
Redis was also failing to start automatically on my install. It turned out that the /var/db/ntopng/ntopng.rdb file was null, which was causing the Redis start command in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ntopng.sh to fail.
To fix it, I uninstalled NTOPNG via the GUI and deleted the /var/db/ntopng/ folder:
rm -rf ntopng/
I then re-installed via te GUI and it's fixed.
(I'm running pfSense 2.2.4 and NTOPNG 0.8.13)
rm -rf ntopng/
That works for me, maybe was a corrupt file then deleting all structure and the deamon start correctly