|The directory in which to look for MIB files. The default directory is usually sufficient.|
|-M||Display MIB parsing warnings.|
|-n||Display numeric OIDs.|
|-r||Recursively walk the SNMP values under the given OID.|
|Source address to send SNMP packets from.|
|The amount of time (in seconds) to wait for an SNMP response. Defaults to 5 seconds.|
|-V||Prints the version of rddbot-get and the locations of the configuration files, RRD files etc.|
rddbot-get supports failover between multiple agents. If an SNMP query fails on one agent or a value is not found when querying an agent, then it will switch to another configured agent.
When combined with a query (see TABLE QUERIES) you can use this feature to search for a given value in a table on one of multiple agents.
To use failover, simply use multiple host names with commas (without a space) separating them. For example:snmp://firstname.lastname@example.org,one.example.com/sysUptime.0
rddbot-get can query a value that corresponds to a certain row in an SNMP table. On many SNMP agents the indexes of rows in tables are not fixed, and this allows you to retrieve a certain value no matter what row of the table it is on.
Add the OID and value you want to search for in the table to the end of the SNMP URL. Only one query value is supported.
For example to get the outbound packet count on the eth0 interface, you would use:snmp://email@example.com/ifInUcastPkts?ifDescr=eth0
rrdbotd(8), rrdbot.conf(5), rrdbot-create(8)
.An Stefan Walter Aq firstname.lastname@example.org