The SourceForge bug database is used to report bugs in Net-SNMP or UCD-SNMP.
Before reporting a bug, please search the SourceForge bug database and the SourceForge patch database to see if the bug has already been reported or fixed.
When posting a bug, please be sure to provide at a minimum, the following information:
- The version of Net-SNMP / UCD-SNMP used. If you are using the CVS version, be sure to include the date the source was downloaded.
- The operating system version (eg: output from 'uname -a').
- If applicable, the operating system distribution (eg: SuSE Linux 9.1)
- Sample output demonstrating the bug.
- Detailed steps on how to reproduce the problem including exact commands used.
- If other libraries are involved such as OpenSSL, include the
- If possible a stack trace (see below) if it had crashed
Submitting a stack trace
When your agent, snmptrapd or application crashes here are
instructions for submitting a stack trace using GDB which will greatly
help us debug the problem.
- First, you either need to be able to reproduce it or have a core
file as a result of the crash. You either need to call gdb
appropriately depending on which you have:
- Once you're program is at the stopping point, the most
useful thing you can do to us the results of the "where" and
- gdb> where
- [stack trace sent to your screen. Include it in the
- gdb> list
- [source code listing may be shown. Include it too