Hi Dave,

You are right, I started up the agent with full debug option (i.e. -Dall) as
I am new to net-snmp and does not really know which option to start
I agree on the information overflooding part.

Content of the snmpd.conf is as follows:

rwcommunity p
rocommunity p
syslocation "InnoMedia Videophone"
sysservices 0
syscontact "none"
authtrapenable 2
trapcommunity public
com2sec public default public

Output of the command you recommended is as follows:
# ./snmpd -f -Le
Encryption support not enabled.
/usr/local/etc/snmp/snmpd.conf: line 1: Warning: Unknown token: rwcommunity.
/usr/local/etc/snmp/snmpd.conf: line 2: Warning: Unknown token: rocommunity.
Encryption support not enabled.
Encryption support not enabled.
SNMP listening socket fd = 6
NET-SNMP version 5.1.3

Thank you for your kind support.
BTW, the agent "hang" again when I was gathering the output above.

Raymond Pau

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Shield"
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2007 6:14 PM
Subject: Re: SNMPD ended up in an endless loop processing GETNEXT

> On 12/07/07, Raymond Pau wrote:
>> I just took over a custom snmpd running on embedded linux based on
>> net-snmp
>> version 5.1.3.
>> I'm having 2 problems:
>> 1. Daemon does not seems to be loading any MIBs module at all;
>> 2. Daemon entered an endless loop when processing GETNEXT packet;
>> Can someone please point me in the right direction to troubleshoot the
>> problem.

> That log looks as if the agent is being run with full debugging turned on.
> This is probably not a good idea, as it typically provides too much
> information,
> and it's difficult to spot the important messages.
> How is the agent started up?
> If you can start it using the command
> snmpd -f -Le
> that might provide some useful information.
> Is there a file 'snmpd.conf' on the system?
> If so, what does it contain?
> Dave

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