Pulling - or clawing - data out of mode 6
ianbruene at gmail.com
Sat Dec 2 02:47:55 UTC 2017
On 12/01/2017 08:44 PM, Hal Murray via devel wrote:
>> The "uptime" variable is used to by snmp clients to do "count per time"
>> calculations, and also to notice how long after boot that that that daemon
>> started, or if its restarting. If you need to, insert into your subagent
>> code when it first runs to grab the system clock value and store it, and
>> then just sent back the diffence between "now" and that value whenever that
>> variable is queried
> ntpd has an uptime timer. You can get it via ntpq -c sysstats
> I don't know if you can get it without all the other stuff.
> The counters in sysstats are since reset (second line). They get reset when
> written out if sysstats logging is enabled. That's every hour.
Oh, I forgot about this email. I've determined how to implement uptime,
but the only logical way I saw was to break the spec because the spec is
See ntpclients/ntpsnmpd.py line 444 in current HEAD.
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