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ok..
sory for this incovinience. I am not aware about just sens to your email.
And thanks for the solving.
Regards,

Komang

2008/4/29 Dave Shield :

> [ First - *please* don't mail me privately, without copying
> any responses to the mailing list. I don't have the time
> or inclination to offer private, unpaid, SNMP consultancy.
> Keep discussions to the list, where others can both learn
> and offer advice. Thanks. ]
>
>
> 2008/4/28 komang adi :
> > so, that mean i must remove the current net-snmp? Because I installed
> > net-snmp using dpkg from debian package before.

>
> Well the first thing is to check whether the Debian-provided agent
> includes the LM Sensors MIB module.
>
> Try running
> net-snmp-config --snmpd-module-list
>
> If the output of that includes 'ucd-snmp/lmSensors'
> then you're in luck. Otherwise - yes, you should remove the
> current net-snmp package, and compile from source.
>
>
> > And after that, i must install net-snmp again by option ./configure
> > --with-mib-modules=ucd-lmsensor?

>
>
> configure --with-mib-modules=ucd-snmp/lmSensors
> make
> make install
>
>
>
> > And then how i can collect the data of voltage after that?

>
> snmpwalk .... lmSensors
>
> Dave
>


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ok..
sory for this incovinience. I am not aware about just sens to your email.
And thanks for the solving.
Regards,

Komang

2008/4/29 Dave Shield <.T.Shield@liverpool.ac.uk">D.T.Shield@liverpool.ac.uk>:

   [ First - *please* don't mail me privately, without copying

    any responses to the mailing list.  I don't have the time

    or inclination to offer private, unpaid, SNMP consultancy.

    Keep discussions to the list, where others can both learn

    and offer advice.  Thanks.   ]





2008/4/28 komang adi <untukta@gmail.com>:

> so, that mean i must remove the current net-snmp? Because I installed

> net-snmp using dpkg from debian package before.



Well the first thing is to check whether the Debian-provided agent

includes the LM Sensors MIB module.



Try running

     net-snmp-config --snmpd-module-list



If the output of that includes 'ucd-snmp/lmSensors'

then you're in luck.   Otherwise - yes, you should remove the

current net-snmp package, and compile from source.





> And after that, i must install net-snmp again by option ./configure

> --with-mib-modules=ucd-lmsensor?





 configure  --with-mib-modules=ucd-snmp/lmSensors

 make

 make install







>  And then how i can collect the data of voltage after that?



  snmpwalk ....  lmSensors



Dave




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