RE: [nv-l] Net-snmp on suse 9
lost me in the first paragraph. I'm following the release notes for the
Linux installation. I didn't get a choice on the snmp that was loaded on
our suse 9 boxes, though the netview installer seemed happy about net-snmp being
loaded. are you saying the release notes, as to how to set up snmp, are
this is opened as pmr 56724 422 000
mgragentd is a smux agent *and* a NetView
daemon rolled into one. I think the smuxpeer statement is required in
snmpd.conf for net-snmp to talk to smux agents. I also think you still
want to have ovspmd spawn and monitor mgragentd (ovstart). mgragentd will
register with the master snmpd daemon and then handle its part of the local
Other than than I can't comment
since I'm unfamiliar with the package, other than it looks interesting.
Caution to not mix net-snmp's commands and NetViews in PATHs- that is, the
execution path should find the appropriate command for the context in which it
is being used. More to the point, in a NetView context, the PATH should
pick up the NetView executables first.
I know you know this, but it's worth saying for other folks on the list,
that the release notes specify the use of the ucdsnmp as the rpm to be installed
on SuSE Linux for NetView.
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09/29/2005 12:37 PM
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|[nv-l] Net-snmp on suse
Does anyone have net-snmp working on suse 9, instead of ucd-snmp?
This is for netview 7.1.4 fixpack 3. If I put in the lines:
pass .220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.4.6.1 /bin/sh
view system included .1
Snmp won't start up. It starts up fine without