This is a discussion on RE: problem in compiling new mib by the mib2c - SNMP ; Dave Thanks, I've reinstall the all environment from scratch and it did work. I think there is dependencies in the compilation ,meaning if one of the MIB files is problematic he can influence the others. Kobi -----Original Message----- From: email@example.com ...
I've reinstall the all environment from scratch and it did work.
I think there is dependencies in the compilation ,meaning if one of the
MIB files is problematic he can influence the others.
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Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2007 3:57 PM
To: Kobi Vaknin (kvaknin)
Subject: Re: problem in compiling new mib by the mib2c
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On 07/05/07, Kobi Vaknin (kvaknin)
> The command line I've used: mib2c -i -c mib2c.scos.conf
> -I$PATH_CONF cServiceControlSubscribersTable I've also set the export
> In generall I've compiled 10 mibs without any problems.
> This configuration file was constructed according to your guldens
> (table that its Db is entirely handled by the user), attached
OK - I've tried running this command on the MIB file you send in the
previous message. The output generated looks sensible (including
init_, initialize_ and handler routines).
However I did note that both this command and the log file would
result in a file 'cServiceControlSubscribersTable.c'. But the code
file you originally attached was 'ciscoServiceControlSubscribersMIB.c'
That doesn't explain the problems you are seeing, since that code
file should have included support for both tables. But it does tend
to indicate that the information you're providing isn't entirely
But I can confirm that the command above should work sensibly, as long
as your development environment is set up correctly.
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