Re: MIBfiles per Microsoft NT4.0
Any chance you could step through the process?
I'm wondering if I missed a vital undocumented step. It all seems fairly
straightforward but I just can't work out where I've gone wrong? I have
downloaded what I believe to be the latest version of the perf2mib exe from
Microsoft's web site but that still doesn't work....in fact I found a bug
report on the web site about the difficulty of stepping through perfmib
tables but it didn't indicate that there had been a fix?
To: NV-L@UCSBVM.ucsb.edu <NV-L@UCSBVM.ucsb.edu>
Date: 08 February 1999 14:44
Subject: Re: MIBfiles per Microsoft NT4.0
>I have not had any problems using the agent that perf2mib creates. I can
>the mibs without any problems. I know that Microsoft just released a "Fix"
>memory leak problem with snmp. I don't know if this problem has always been
>present or was a result of Service Pack 4.
>>I'm also interested in the use of Microsoft's Perfview for creating mibs.
>>However I have found that the agent created by perf2mib is not very
>>reliable. I have found I cannot 'walk' the mibs, I can only get answers by
>>asking for specific mib locations. I have also found that if you don't
>>carefully follow this rule, the remote snmp agent you are querying is
>>It was also a bit disconcerting to find out that Microsoft have withdrawn
>support for perf2mib!?! Check out their tech support >site.
>>but since it's 'free' I may persevere a little longer...
>>I would like to hear about anybody else's experiences.
>>From: Vladimir Petr <petr@DATASYS.CZ>
>>To: NV-L@UCSBVM.UCSB.EDU <NV-L@UCSBVM.UCSB.EDU>
>>Date: 04 February 1999 18:54
>>Subject: Re: MIBfiles per Microsoft NT4.0
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