Re: bsnmpd vs net-snmp
- From: Steve Polyack <korvus@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 14:38:55 -0400
Steve Bertrand wrote:
Maxim Khitrov wrote:net-snmp has no problems providing 64-bit counters (interface and disk). You must build it with -DWITH_MFD_REWRITES (passes --with-mfd-rewrites to ./configure). I do not know why this is not the default. It works just fine. I also have a PR open to make this define a ports 'make config' option (therefore a persistent setting), but the maintainer has ignored this.
I'm setting up a firewall and would like to monitor certain system
parameters like network, cpu, and memory usage. SNMP is an obvious
choice to do the monitoring and I'm planning to set up rrdtool to
generate graphs of captured data. The question is what SNMP agent to
use. I found net-snmp and bsnmpd (which is included in the base
system). Has anyone here used both implementations, and if so, what
are the basic differences?
I use bsnmpd, because I couldn't measure 64-bit counters otherwise.
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