We want to use SNMP to monitor some values in a ASA 10.0.1.4239 64bit instance on Windows 2008R2 64bit.
I have created a sasnmp.ini withe this content.
[SAAgent] TrapPollTime=5 [DB1] ConnStr=ENG=xx;DBN=yy;UID=SNMPExtensionAgent;PWD=password;links=SHMEM CacheTime=0 DBSpaceCacheTime=600 Disabled=0
I have tested that I can connect to the Database with the Connectionstring define above.
As mentioned in the Docs I have restarted the SNMP service. The ProcessExplorer shows me that 2 snmp.exe are loaded. One is 64bit and one 32bit.
When I request the OIDs mentioned in the docs I get nothing. How can I proof that the Extension Agent is loaded ?
Is it possible in the 64bit environment ? Do I miss something ?
Here are the registry entries that need to exist in order for the SNMP agent to load the SA extension agent. Note that this must be in the 32-bit registry, so use regedt32.exe rather than regedit.exe. These instructions assume you're using SA version 12.0, but just change "12" to "11" or "10" for other versions.
That string points to another registry entry:
Once those registry entries are in place, stop and restart the SNMP service and you should be OK. Use an SNMP application to get the value for OID
answered 05 Aug '11, 09:05
The 10.0.1 x64 database server does not have support for SNMP (only 32-bit). See the description from the 11.0.1 docs regarding OS support: http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#1101/en/dbadmin_en11/da-snmpconfig-secta-3267234.html
You'll note that 'dbsnmp10.dll' (a required DLL for the database server to use SNMP functions) is only provided in the win32 folder, not x64.
answered 03 Aug '11, 16:45