monitoring process list via snmp, hrSWRun

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monitoring process list via snmp, hrSWRun


i'd like to evaluate the process list of an AXI 5.3 system via snmpv3.
The problem is, that there's no data below the specified branches: / .5
in /etc/mib.defs it is defined as hrSWRun / hrSWRunPerf

The user's viewgroup is iso. (1.).
A snmpwalk through is possible, except for the both mentioned branches.

#snmpwalk -v 3 -u XXXX -a MD5 -A XXXX -l AuthNoPriv X.X.X.X
-> HOST-RESOURCES-MIB::hrSWRun = No Such Object available on this agent at this OID

what is to do?

thanks in advantage,

regards, thomas
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collector - Torrus data Collector. SYNOPSIS
torrus collector --tree=TREENAME [options...] DESCRIPTION
This command starts the Collector process for the tree TREENAME. By default it forks into a daemon, sets the log output file to /var/log/torrus/collector.TREENAME.log, performs one Collector cycle, and sleeps until the next cycle is scheduled. In daemon mode the log file can be reopened by sending it a SIGHUP signal. Collector cycle scheduling is controlled by two parameters defined for each individual configuration leaf: "collector-period" and "collector-timeoffset". See the Torrus Configuration Guide for more details. The number of OID (Object IDentifier) variable bindings sent by Collector is controlled by the datasource parameter "snmp-oids-per-pdu". It is set to a default value of 40 in snmp-defs.xml, and may be overwritten at the host level. OPTIONS
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