My advice is that you verify that snmpd is running (use startsrc -s snmpd
if it is not) and then try starting the daemons one at a time to try to
find out which one is the problem. Then I recommend you call Support and
get some personalized help for this problem.
The order of startup is determined by the /usr/OV/conf/ovsuf file. If you
browse that file you will see entries which begin with 0 or 1. Those which
begin with 0 are current; the others are old and can be ignored. ovspmd
reads this file when you enter ovstart and reads each entry. When he finds
a "0" entry, he looks to see whether the prerequisite daemons have been
started, and i so, he starts that daemon. He makes multiple passes through
the file until everything has been started. The very first daemon whih mut
be up is nvsecd. Nothing important will start if he does not start first.
Can't get him started? My guess is that you have somehow messed up the
security configuration. You can disable security in file
You can set SECURITY_LEVEL_FLAG=OFF.
If nvsecd starts, then you can try just ovstart and wait. If that doesn't
do it, then I recommend trying
If you can get these guys up, the rest should follow easily with just
Good luck. Be sure to call Support if this doesn't help.
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support
GDES Khoury Cassis Jhony <jkhoury AT COMERCIO.COM DOT PE> on 08/04/98 02:06:02
Please respond to Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on
NetView et alia <NV-L AT UCSBVM.UCSB DOT EDU>
To: NV-L AT UCSBVM.UCSB DOT EDU
cc: (bcc: James Shanks)
Subject: can not start netview
I want to satrt netview, and I receive the message:
1)snmp not running
2)nvsecd not running
3)problems with network configuration
and all the daemons do not start, ig gives the message never run
What can I do?
I have already restarted the machine, and nothing cahanges.
I have version 4.0, and running snmp common agent
Thanks in Advance