Are there any known solutions or workarounds for this problem?
root@intel-xserver# /usr/sbin/snmpd -f -Le -C
init_kmem: kvm_openfiles failed: /dev/mem: No such file or directory
As far as I can see, the snmpd that Apple is shipping simply doesn't run on Intel Macs/XServers. Is that really possible?
I've seen this same failure on client systems running 10.4.8, 10.4.7, and on a spiffy new XServer (running 10.4.8). snmpd works fine on G5 systems.
ANY pointers to what's going on here would be GREATLY appreciated...
1) Run sudo snmpconf –i, so that snmp and snmpd are properly configured.
2) the –C option says “don’t use any config files except what’s specified by –c, but you don’t have a –c option
3) Use sudo SystemStarter start SNMP since SNMP is in /System/Library/Startupitems.
John C. Welch Writer/Analyst
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