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Old 12-12-2007, 12:05 AM
Timothy Selivanow
Default Tons of SNMP ?errors? in /var/log/messages

I'm running up-to-date CentOS 5 w/ Xen. I'm getting tons (tons = 13787
just yesterday, presumably because I have a monitoring system poll every
5 minutes) of log entries of the following:

netsnmp_assert index == tmp failed if-mib/data_access/interface.c:467


netsnmp_assert rc == 0 failed if-mib/ifTable/ifTable_data_access.c:209

When I do an SNMPWalk, everything looks ok (now that IPv6 is back on) on
the host doing the walking, but on the other side it is spewing the
above messages. I have not been able to find out anything about these.
I had IPv6 turned off (by the "alias net-pf-10 off" method), but in
troubleshooting these messages I turned it back on (because there were
other snmpd messages complaining about unable to find ipv6 entries).

Anyone have some knowledge about this?

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