Am 24.10.2008 um 20:14 schrieb Peter Dambier:
David W. Hankins wrote:
On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 09:41:49AM -0700, Randy Presuhn wrote:
All very good reasons why doing blind, single-variable MIB walks
makes no sense. Are there any commercial products that
do this routinely? I'm not aware of any.
Adding to David,
IASON originally did a lot with SNMP, because of catalysts :)
We used Open Source snmpwalk because that was the easiest way to go.
When we added boxes and MIBs we got into trouble and out of memory.
As David observed, SNMP used to be slow and consumed a lot of cpu on
both the monitor and the monitored boxes.
We dropped SNMP finally when we moved away from the catalysts.
IASON never went commercial but is in the Open Source now and still
hello peter and karin
if you add me [ 1 ] to your "developer list " on sourceforge [ 2 ]
with the right privileges
i would like to add the documentation from iason [ 3 ] to your
sourceforge site and
"commit " the latest source, i´ve learned a bit in the past days about
and i would like to assist in my spare time. ;)
greetings from cologne to Moerlenbach
[ 1 ] https://sourceforge.net/users/manthey08/
[ 2 ] https://sourceforge.net/projects/iason/
[ 3 ] http://iason.site.voila.fr/Iason/
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