Hi

when I ran snmpd with the flag "-M" it works great, no warnings/errors are shown and taked the mibs from the proper location

when I remove the "-M" flag and instead uses the command "mibdirs" in snmp.conf - I see errors (Cannot find module)

when I use -Dparse_mibs flag I see that even though it read the snmp.conf file and examining the mibdirs line (no errors are shown) --> eventually it look for the MIBs in a wrong address..

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snmp.conf
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mibdirs /data/net/naamab/snmp/snmp_mib/

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log
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read_config: Reading optional config file: "/data/net/naamab/snmp/snmp_conf/snmp.conf"
read_config: Reading configuration /data/net/naamab/snmp/snmp_conf/snmp.conf
read_config: /data/net/naamab/snmp/snmp_conf/snmp.conf:23 examining: mibdirs /data/net/naamab/snmp/snmp_mib/
parse-mibs: Scanning directory //.snmp/mibs
parse-mibs: No index
parse-mibs: cannot open MIB directory //.snmp/mibs
parse-mibs: Scanning directory /home/naamab/eclipse/dev/common/libs/net-snmp-5.5/usr/share/snmp/mibs
parse-mibs: No index
parse-mibs: cannot open MIB directory /home/naamab/eclipse/dev/common/libs/net-snmp-5.5/usr/share/snmp/mibs
parse-mibs:
Cannot find module (IP-MIB): At line 0 in (none)
parse-mibs:
Cannot find module (IF-MIB): At line 0 in (none)
parse-mibs:
Cannot find module (TCP-MIB): At line 0 in (none)
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