I update one my freebsd box to 9-stable (totally new installation) and install net-snmp for monitoring.
uname -r 9.1-PRERELEASE pkg_info net-snmp-5.7.1_7 Information for net-snmp-5.7.1_7: Comment: An extendable SNMP implementation .... cat /var/db/ports/net-snmp/options # This file is auto-generated by 'make config'. # Options for net-snmp-5.7.1_7 _OPTIONS_READ=net-snmp-5.7.1_7 _FILE_COMPLETE_OPTIONS_LIST= IPV6 MFD_REWRITES PERL PERL_EMBEDDED PYTHON DUMMY TKMIB DMALLOC MYSQL AX_SOCKONLY UNPRIVILEGED OPTIONS_FILE_UNSET+=IPV6 OPTIONS_FILE_UNSET+=MFD_REWRITES OPTIONS_FILE_SET+=PERL OPTIONS_FILE_SET+=PERL_EMBEDDED OPTIONS_FILE_UNSET+=PYTHON OPTIONS_FILE_SET+=DUMMY OPTIONS_FILE_UNSET+=TKMIB OPTIONS_FILE_SET+=DMALLOC OPTIONS_FILE_UNSET+=MYSQL OPTIONS_FILE_UNSET+=AX_SOCKONLY OPTIONS_FILE_UNSET+=UNPRIVILEGED
I have about 500 vlan on this machine, and collect info about interface through snmpd to 2 different software, zabbix and cacti.
And both of them plot the graphs with blank fields.
I tryed change polling time in zabbix, from 15, sec to 30,60,90,120,10. And anyway i have blank fields.
snmpd.conf is empty - only a access controls.
This configuration worked fine on freebsd 8.
Where is my fault? How fix this graphs?
UPD: Changing pooling time, switch off one of agent, doesnt help. I look at zabbix log (recieved data from snmpd) and see that: sorry for russian locale, just look at numbers:
and thats is not true, as my "iftop" show speed was about 90Mbits, but snmpd return 2Mbits.
I understand that snmpd doesnt return speed, it return just a counter. But how its possible? why 2Mbit/s ?
I tryed recompile snmpd with 64-bit counters, and without it. In both variants this blank fields present.
So i think its my OS (freebsd) doesnt update interface counters well.
I still collect tcpdump for found this request/response. But have problem with that, to much trash.
UPD2: I decrypt tcpdump-ed file, and public this as google doc at gdocfile
Timediff looks strange.. Like zabbix sometimes "forget" do request, and then do twice at row, ehh
UPD3: I parse log from command "while true; do netstat -bin -I vlan4008 >> /var/log/netstat; sleep 300; done" and load as google docs, and add formula for speed : link
Looks like all counters in OS are good. Now i think problem in : 1. zabbix get request twice at row (and what about cacti) 2. snmpd use counter32