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postgresql – Is there a command for netdisco to reinitialize the database? – Super User
Adios to Winter Bash Info object to load MIBs nedisco once for each child. Sign up using Email and Password. Returns undef or -1 on error. If no cached values are available, or if they fail, then the values from the config file are tried. I found two other solutions that are documented now here: Sign up using Facebook. Stores the found forwarding table entries to the database.
Info with a given host and community string. Copyright cRegents of the University of California All rights reserved.
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Calls nbtstat for each device. Post as a guest Name. Info object for a given device, using the Read-Write Community Strings in the config file.
First tries to discover new device, then metdisco to move over old information. Notably the Catalyst 5k, 6k, and series This sub checks to see if the device supports this and then interrogates each VLAN.
Adds a day stamp, no time-stamp. Disconnects the netdisci handle so that it’s not held open across a fork. Determine device subnets mathematically based upon the interface information. If “VersionForce” is true, no fallback to snmpv1 will happen. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Returns the number of entries fetched.
Process table clean up is for crashed or improperly terminated jobs still in the table. Removes device from the database Set second argument to true to remove all the connected nodes and their IP mappings as well. Calls arpnip for each device.