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Re: net-snmp under 4.99 and 5.0beta [Now 5.0]

On 12/23/08 8:01 PM, Mike Bowie wrote:
> Good day folks,
> I've been quietly battling with net-snmp packages under NetBSD 4.99 and
> 5.0beta (both on amd64) for quite some time now, with extremely limited
> progress.
> While I had originally thought the issue to be in the bitiness
> conversion, it turns out my tests on i386 return similar results.
> I don't have a full list of the values it's failing on at hand right
> now, but my personal favorite is:
> $ snmpget -v1 -c community myhost.domain.lan IP-MIB::ipForwarding.0
> IP-MIB::ipForwarding.0 = Wrong Type (should be INTEGER): Counter32:
> 4231012480
> Something tells me the values aren't getting returned from the OS in the
> correct fashion, which has lead me to believe that the following posts
> might be relevant:
> As much as I'd like to be posting a patch resolving the issue, I'm
> afraid my attempts to understand the net-snmp source (and it's
> associated NetBSD goodness) have indicated that I've wandered beyond my
> current "pay-grade".  I'm hoping someone more enlightened might be
> willing to lend a suggestion or two.
> Sincerest thanks and happy holidays,
> Mike.

Quietly replying to myself... but now that 5.0 has landed and is
presumably seeing a broader install base, is anyone else facing the same



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