> I do not care about seeing normal connection info from snmpd, but
> retaining logging for other info such as malformed packets, bad
> community strings etc is of interest.
I think you can just put your logging level in /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf.
logging file=/to/some/file enabled #if you want to dump somewhere else
logging size=0 level=0 #size 0 = unlimited size otherwise
measured in bytes
0 All NOTICES, EXCEPTIONS, and FATAL messages
1 Level 0 plus DEBUG messages
2 Level 1 plus a hexadecimal dump of incoming and outgoing packets
3 Level 2 plus an English version of the request and response packets
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