[mrtg] Re: interface removal cause snmpwalk
mjones at mnsi.net
Mon Jun 19 18:02:00 MEST 2006
I am accessing the interfaces by name not if num
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joel Staiman" <jstaiman at snipmail.net>
To: "'Mark Jones'" <mjones at mnsi.net>
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 10:48 AM
Subject: RE: [mrtg] interface removal cause snmpwalk
>> I have mrtg running here great with one exception.
>> If I remove an interface from one of our cisco routers that
>> mrtg is setup to pole it causes mrtg to try and find the
>> interface by walking the whole interface mib. The problem
>> with this is that the router in questions has thousands of
>> interfaces so it causes the cpu on the router to spike to
>> 100% and stops all further monitoring with mrtg until it
>> finishes the walk. unfortunately the walk takes a few minutes
>> and I am set to pole every minute so my mrtg server then
>> spirals down as well.
> Issue the following command to keep the interface #'s static:
> snmp-server ifindex persist
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