On ons, 2006-12-06 at 18:41 +0100, Olivier Beytrison wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm currently running a project in my school, which need to provide
> datas over SNMP.
> Here is a small overview of the context :
> We have small temperature sensors (embedded devices) that will
> periodically send information through the network to a central server.
> (those devices can't run their own snmp agent). The application on the
> server will store the data in a linked list.
> The same program is a subagent aswell, and will feed the data into the
> snmp agent of the server. Those datas may change quite fast (every 15s
> for example).
> So, here are some questions i'm asking myself :
> 1. I've choosed the Iterator solution, as explained when running mib2c
> (the data are held outside from the agent itself). Is that the right
> choice ?

I'd say no. When you are writing a subagent then the subagent acts as
agent, so you are holding all data inside the (sub)agent (in that linked


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