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By K Swaminathan

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Updated: 22 Jun 2005

About SNMP MIB Compilers

Every SNMP MIB Compiler has its own parsers which are constituted on certain guidelines and standards. This is also true of the ZENworks for Servers - Management and Monitoring Servers - SNMP MIB Compiler. The SNMP MIB Compiler has adopted strict standards and conventions of SNMP MIB-I and MIB-II specifications. This means that the ZENworks for Servers - Management and Monitoring Servers - SNMP MIB Compiler expects all the SNMP MIBs that are either proprietary to Novell or to the third party vendor to adopt the conventions specified in the SNMP MIB-I as well as MIB-II.

In case of non-adoption of the SNMP specifications and conventions in defining MIBs, the parser of the SNMP MIB Compiler would parse the MIBs displaying the error statements to the user appropriately and halt the successful compilation.

Just find the error statements which are preceded by a number like MIBCErr### at the line number ### in the MIB file, and you can look them up in the troubleshooting guide in the documentation. This will tell you the possible cause of the error as well as necessary action to be performed to overcome the problem. Follow these instructions in the MIB file where the problem exists, and recompile the MIB Pool with the rectified MIBs.

This the earlier list of maintained MIBs:


Newly added MIBs:

Updated MIBs

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