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hp-snmp-agents Memory Leak

cbennett
Occasional Visitor

hp-snmp-agents Memory Leak

Hi

 

We are using hp-snmp-agents-8.6.3.3-2.rhel5.x86_64.rpm on CentOS 5.2 and 5.4 64bit and suffering from swap space usage.

 

Randomly the swap space will be consumed. Stopping and Starting hp-snmp-agents frees up the swap space.

 

Is there a known issue with hp-snmp-agents, eg a memory leak?

How can we resolve this?

 

Let me know if you need more information.

 

Thanks

3 REPLIES
BPE
Esteemed Contributor

Re: hp-snmp-agents Memory Leak

Where have been some issues in the past if you connect non HP devices on some of the HW interfaces for example HBA's. You should find some white paper about the HP linux agents. One paper explains how to stop HW subagents whicha re not used or could generate problems with non HP SAN attached devices for example.

 

But dont ask there to find the papers. I think I need to wait until Google has scanned the community to find the old message about it. Sorry

cbennett
Occasional Visitor

Re: hp-snmp-agents Memory Leak

Hi

 

There are no HBA Cards on these servers.

They are simply CentOS5.2/5.4 64bit servers, either DL360s or Blades.

 

There is probably an issue with the app.

 

I will wait for google to re-fresh their cache as suggested.

dalbaranster
Occasional Visitor

Re: hp-snmp-agents Memory Leak

Hi,

Do you any update about this memory leak issue? or the documetation? Or do you know if it has been solved in the hp-snmp-agents-9.1.0.57-71.rhel5.x86_64 version?