anybody using net-snmp on AMD64 or other 64bit platforms??
Willem Jan Withagen
wjw at withagen.nl
Sun Jun 13 19:39:03 GMT 2004
> Willem Jan Withagen wrote:
> > Reason I ask, is that it crashes with me at all kinds of places...
> > I've started looking at the warnings from a regular make.
> > And in the process of tryin to fix those there are a lot of places where
> > typeconversions are really messed up.
> > int, size_t, I32, function addresses and pointers are all intermixed.
> > And this of course will create all kinds unwanted effects....
> > Are there any suggestions as to enhance portability this way...
> > eg. what kind of generic pointer type would one use to make shure
> > that pointers are the correct size on both architectures....
> > Or as a side questions:
> > Are there other snmp-daemons that run on 64bit platforms??
> net-snmp won't compile here:
> /usr/bin/ld: /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.6.1/mach/CORE/libperl.a(perl.o):
> relocation R_X86_64_32S can not be used when making a shared object;
> recompile with -fPIC
> /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.6.1/mach/CORE/libperl.a: could not read symbols:
> Bad value
> *** Error code 1
This looks like you do not have the most recent set of ports....
I can get mine to compile and link. -fPIC -DPIC is on just about every line.
> If I try net-snmp4, it compiles, but the daemon dies whenever it's
> queried (by mrtg, for example).
That was what the same problem I started with with net-snmp.....
Now I'm as far that I can run a snmpwalk against it, but not all the answers
make sense. eg. the connection table gives very strange addresses and very
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