Talk:Data Collection Configuration How-To
"The SNMP systemOID (.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124, instance 0) returns another OID that is meant to uniquely identify the type of equipment being used."
If this holds true, there will be a problem. A Linux system running net-snmp will not match the hardware type. As e.g. HP ProLiant Servers like the DL/ML series have a compaq enterprise tree that is needed to query temperatures.
So there will be no match, if the box reports to be a net-snmp Linux box, even if the HP/compaq subagents are running?
In general terms, the systemOID identifies the agent, not necessarily the type of equipment, so I guess my statement is wrong. However, with open source agents such as net-snmp, you always have the option of recompiling the agent code with a different systemOID.
Caution: The name
snmp is hardcoded in the web app (report resources as of version 1.3.7), so don't modify the directory name for RRD collection. I believe the same applies to
response used in the poller RRD for the ICMP service Caya