Sorry for the very late summary.
My 'net access has been awful lately.
> I'm new to a Sun E450. It's running Oracle in
> (mirrored). It has no external connection to the
> "world" except thru a VPN and that network cable is
> always unplugged unless authorized people call in to
> access the system. It is almost entirely an
> "internal" system.
> In my processes (ps -ef), I have the following SNMP
> UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD
> root 304 1 0 May 18 ? 0:00
> /usr/lib/snmp/snmpdx -y -c /etc/snmp/conf
> root 328 304 0 May 18 ? 0:00
> -p 32789
> My question is - Do I need these processes or would
> be safe to "kill" them?
John T. Douglass
Mike Evans (The Ghost who Admins)
(The poetry of) John D Groenveld
SNMP was disabled by:
And the processes
were renamed in the /etc/rc3.d directory
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