With docker installed, you can just pull from the official pmacct repository
in docker hub (e.g. for
~# docker pull pmacct/pmacctd:latest ~# docker run -v pmacctd.conf:/etc/pmacct/pmacctd.conf pmacct/pmacctd
Available daemon containers:
All daemons come with all plugins and supports compiled-in.
latest: latest stable image of that container
vX.Y.Z: version specific tag. This container will always exist, once released.
bleeding-edge: only for the brave. Latest commit on
master. This container is not recommended to be used in production.
A special container, base container,
that is the base of the rest of containers with all pmacct daemons installed and
bash as an entry point. It can be useful to debug and to create your customized
Resolve dependencies, ie.:
apt-get install libpcap-dev pkg-config libtool autoconf automake make bash libstdc++-dev g++for [Debian/Ubuntu]
yum install libpcap-devel pkgconfig libtool autoconf automake make bash libstdc++-devel gcc-c++for [CentOS/RHEL]
Build GitHub code:
~# git clone https://github.com/pmacct/pmacct.git ~# cd pmacct ~# ./autogen.sh ~# ./configure #check-out available configure knobs via ./configure --help ~# make ~# make install #with super-user permission
The pmacct project is looking to make its code base available under a more permissive BSD-style license. More information about the motivation and process can be found in this announcement.
Wiki (documentation and diagrams):