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net-snmp (net-snmp-5.7.2-43) Breaks the memory calculation

Posted: 2019/09/19 10:45:38
by VooDoo
So I'm using OP5/Nagios and my centos servers which has updated to the net-snmp-5.7.2-43 package gets an calculation error of the Buff/Cache calculation causing the op5 monitor to scream that the server has used more that 4TiB of ram...

The old package that we had installed did not cause this problem, anybody know if there is an update coming soon?
This is what I found in the change log for the package :

"
Changelog
2019-05-22 - Josef Ridky <jridky@redhat.com> - 1:5.7.2-43
- fix available memory calculation (#1250060)

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Re: net-snmp (net-snmp-5.7.2-43) Breaks the memory calculation

Posted: 2019/09/20 08:57:42
by VooDoo
Ok, this seems to be fixed by OP5 since they updated the plugin "monitor-plugin-check_snmp_memory-2018.r.1-op5.1.20190916145117.el7.x86_64" so when the server fetched the package it turned to normal.

So probably had OP5 made a fix for the "non"fixed snmp package and when the snmp package was fixed the plugin needed fixing.

Thread can be closed.