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Linux disk free sensor | error SNMP 223

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Hello, I have a number of linux servers I need to monitor, I set up snmp on a couple of them to run tests. After that I used the "Basic linux library (ucd-snmp-mib)" library file on the devices and I get all the CPU, RAM memory and other sensors. Everything's ok until then. The problem comes when I try to monitor the disk usage with the SNMP Linux Free Disk sensor, it returns "no such instance (SNMP error #223)", it happens to all the servers I tested. Any ideas on why could this be happening? Any configuration I need to look into? Thanks in advance.

Adrian E. Vergara

disk linux snmp

Created on Dec 4, 2015 3:47:53 PM by  adr_ver (101) 1 2



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Hi,
please check your snmpd.conf if you included the disk statement like this:

includeAllDisks 10 

Afterwards restart the snmpd service. Now you should be able to use the SNMP Linux Disk Free Sensor as well.
Best regards

Created on Dec 8, 2015 3:09:26 PM by  Konstantin Wolff [Paessler Support]



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That solved the problem indeed, thank you very much!

Created on Dec 10, 2015 2:19:41 PM by  adr_ver (101) 1 2



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