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I have SolarisWinds Orion 9 for monitoring the network.
All servers (solaris 10)shows over 97% used the virtual memory and also the disk space is wrong.
It looks like the SNMP agent on the device is not updating its MIBs with the correct values.
How  I can do updates for Net-SNMP?
Any help
Thank you,
Ionel B
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Do you have the snmp service enabled and running on the Solaris 10 system:

svcs -a | grep snmp
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Yes , I receive information but the information are wrong.
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Is the information unchanging, or is it just now what you expect? I.e. is it not updating, or updating with an unexpected value?
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It looks that for some server is giving us wrong readings for memory.
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What MIB item do you think is wrong? What value does it show and why do you think it is wrong?
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It shows 98% used for real memory all the time but i have 3GB
I attached a print screen

Thanks for help.
IB
SolarisRealMemory--2-.doc
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