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TomiISP

SNMP storage OID empty

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Hi,

 

seems after some system updates SNMP stop reporting data about storage (size/used). It happen on 2x Orange PI One and on one Orange PI PC2.

Actually in monitor what I use for SNMP monitoring I see last valid data was there at 05/09. I think at this time I update all boards and as I remmember there was also some update for snmpd.

Can anyone confirm this problem ?

 

And when we talk about SNMP, what is best way to change default logging level for SNMP ? Seems changing in /etc/default/snmpd doesnt have effect and after last update I must again edit files in /lib/systemd to stop that annoying flood in log from SNMP.

 

OPI PC2 - 4.19.63-sunxi64 #5.92 SMP Fri Aug 2 00:18:27 CEST 2019 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux

OPI One - 4.19.62-sunxi #5.92 SMP Wed Jul 31 22:07:23 CEST 2019 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux

 

/Tomi

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Hi,

 

seems today update fix it (but not that logging level) but it is somehow odd, normaly I use template for checking disks in linux by mountpoint name "SNMP-/", it works for all linux machines here and it works for Armbian before that update, now after today update I see OIDs back but that SNMP template by mountpoint name doesn't work, I must change it for OPIs to "check by mountpoint ID" (31) to get storage data.

 

after update:

snmp1_new.jpg.990f78ba1bbafa91c5e48e90795366b4.jpg

 

before update:

snmp1_old.jpg.fcf1a85a21b2a42cb0ceacadf72ccb07.jpg

 

/Tomi

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