net-snmp and 6.1 (confusion)
ipfreak at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 14 14:31:22 UTC 2006
no, i did "cat > /var/log/snmpd.log" every time i
restarted the server.
here is the error message after i disabled snmpd in
rc.conf (with entry "bsnmpd="NO"):
TERM or STOP signal... shutting down...
here is the result of "sockstat -4l":
root sshd 440 4 tcp4 *:22
root httpd 350 3 tcp46 *:80
root httpd 350 4 tcp4 *:*
root syslogd 290 7 udp4 *:514
--- Bill Moran <wmoran at collaborativefusion.com> wrote:
> In response to gahn <ipfreak at yahoo.com>:
> > the entry "bsnmpd_enable="NO"" does works and the
> > result from "sockstat" showed there is no snmpd
> > running. then i added following entries in
> > snmpd_enable="YES"
> > snmpd_flags="-a -p /var/run/snmpd.pid"
> > snmptrapd_enable="YES"
> > snmptrapd_flags="-a -p /var/run/snmptrapd.pid"
> > snmpd_conffile="/usr/local/etc/snmp/snmpd.conf"
> > well, they started snmpd alright, but i am not
> > which one: bsnmpd or net-snmpd since i still have
> > error messages in snmpd.log:
> > [init_smux] bind failed: Address already in use
> > Error opening specified endpoint "udp:161"
> > Server Exiting with code 1
> Are you sure those messages aren't old, from before
> you disabled bsnmpd?
> sockstat -4 should show you what is listening on
> that port. net-snmpd
> starts a process called "snmpd", so you should be
> able to tell which
> one is running by the process name. If bsnmpd is
> still running, a
> "killall" should shut it down.
> Bill Moran
> Collaborative Fusion Inc.
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