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Agent snmpd appeared dead but responded to ping

Posted on 2006-11-16
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OK, another Syslog related Solaris question I need to resolve while cleaning up my Sol9 x86 box....

We had a consultant install Solaris 9 for us a while back and it is a basic install, except for Samba and the applicaiton we use (Datafax) on the box.  We've installed our postscript printer and have the machine working, more or less, at this point.  I'm trying to learn Solaris as much as I can and tweak out the smallish problems we still have on our own.

So, I've set up a Syslog server to have all my devices send their syslogs to and noticed this error:



2006-11-09 09:42:55      Daemon.Error      solaris9      Nov  9 09:39:18 /usr/lib/snmp/snmpdx: [ID 702911 daemon.error] Agent snmpd appeared dead but responded to ping


Any help would be appreciated, this is not an emergency, I'm trying to clean up the machine for production!
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Please have a look at tht tips in this page to see if you can fix it:
http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=681780

Have a nice weekend!
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