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Patches item #1985491, was opened at 2008-06-05 07:13 Message generated for change (Comment added) made by hardaker You can respond by visiting: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&atid=312694&aid=1985491&group_id=12694 Please note that this message will contain a full copy of the comment thread, including the initial issue submission, for this request, not just the latest update. Category: None Group: None >Status: Closed >Resolution: Rejected Priority: 2 Private: No Submitted By: Kujtim Hyseni (kujtim) >Assigned to: Wes Hardaker (hardaker) Summary: snmp2ptp daemon Initial Comment: This is a plugin easy configurable daemon for PTP (Precision Time Protocol) base management from SNMP. Up to now tested version is for Linux, Suse 9.3 and documentation is on progress. For usage details please contact: kujtim.hyseni@... ---------------------------------------------------------------------- >Comment By: Wes Hardaker (hardaker) Date: 2009-06-11 15:49 Message: I'm going to close the patch at this point. It looks like very interesting work, but is un-related to the Net-SNMP project so I'm not sure what we'd do with it. As magfr has pointed out, our agent development kit is intended to host a whole bunch of snmp instrumented modules designed to integrate with our agent. We don't really have a need for a new agent implementation. If you had used our coding APIs to produce a sub-module for our agent, it would make much more sense to incorporate into our package. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Comment By: Wes Hardaker (hardaker) Date: 2009-04-23 10:11 Message: This does seem to be a project in its own right and not really related to net-snmp at all. If it was implemented as a sub-module to the Net-SNMP agent it would make more sense for us to consider incorperating it (as magfr indicated). ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Comment By: Magnus Fromreide (magfr) Date: 2008-06-22 00:05 Message: Logged In: YES user_id=1124910 Originator: NO Major points: It implements it's own SNMPv1/v2c parsing routines that ignore error conditions. - It does checks for error conform SNMPv1 standard draft. But, of course those from snmp.org are more advanced, for which usage I didn't found any direction. Check all the tutorials on the net-snmp site. The major point here is that we prefer agent modules to be implemented as modules that can be compiled as subobjets. You could also use mib2c on you MIB to generate a skeleton implementation for your module. This will also make the point about this code being unrelated to Net-SNMP go away. It completely ignores SNMPv3 - Yes Solving the point above will handle this for you. Note that many entities doesn't allow anything but SNMPv3 onto their networks nowadays. It fails to support GETNEXT and GETBULK - Yes, since it is based on snmpv1 GETNEXT is a MUST requirement even for SNMPv1. Solving the first point above will handle this for you. It fails to provide a MIB definition - I don't understand this! The MIB is the description of the module, it explains the meaning of the various values and how they are to be interpreted. See for instance RFC 2742 for an example. To be honest, I would be surprised if the final IEEE specificaton your work is based on doesn't contain the MIB. Alas, a small googling shows no obvious hits. Maybe this is something that shuld be taken to the IEEE 1588 committee for consideration. This, on the other hand, provides the secondary question of how you decided what managed objects you should provide - the MIB covers that as well. Minor points: The code is written in C++ (Not a problem but it means we would need to add checking for a C++ compiler in the configure step) - Yes, but it can easily changed to C if necessary. Just the classes, which are not necessary. I am lookig forward to a revised patch, but please take care of addressing the major points first! The code is tab-indented and not limited to 80 chars/line - I don't understand why is this constraint. It makes the code harder to read and maintain since the lines starts to wrap. The tabindentation is problematic since it means each indentation step is 8 characters and so the indentation depth increases quite fast. As I said this is a minor point. The code uses non-standard layout affecting pragmas, I do not know if that introduces any bugs for now. - Please remove pragmas, they really don't need at all. :-) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Comment By: Kujtim Hyseni (kujtim) Date: 2008-06-21 02:27 Message: Logged In: YES user_id=2098582 Originator: YES Major points: It implements it's own SNMPv1/v2c parsing routines that ignore error conditions. - It does checks for error conform SNMPv1 standard draft. But, of course those from snmp.org are more advanced, for which usage I didn't found any direction. It completely ignores SNMPv3 - Yes It fails to support GETNEXT and GETBULK - Yes, since it is based on snmpv1 It fails to provide a MIB definition - I don't understand this! Minor points: The code is written in C++ (Not a problem but it means we would need to add checking for a C++ compiler in the configure step) - Yes, but it can easily changed to C if necessary. Just the classes, which are not necessary. The code is tab-indented and not limited to 80 chars/line - I don't understand why is this constraint. The code uses non-standard layout affecting pragmas, I do not know if that introduces any bugs for now. - Please remove pragmas, they really don't need at all. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Comment By: Magnus Fromreide (magfr) Date: 2008-06-15 00:14 Message: Logged In: YES user_id=1124910 Originator: NO This daemon seems to be completely unrelated to Net-SNMP save for the very weak link that it handles SNMP. Major points: It implements it's own SNMPv1/v2c parsing routines that ignore error conditions. It completely ignores SNMPv3 It fails to support GETNEXT and GETBULK It fails to provide a MIB definition Minor points: The code is written in C++ (Not a problem but it means we would need to add checking for a C++ compiler in the configure step) The code is tab-indented and not limited to 80 chars/line The code uses non-standard layout affecting pragmas, I do not know if that introduces any bugs for now. This is what I found on a quick glance on the code. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- You can respond by visiting: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&atid=312694&aid=1985491&group_id=12694


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