SNMP Subagent - logfile timestamp not matching system time

SNMP Subagent - logfile timestamp not matching system time

Was not sure what other form I should post this so I will see what turns up here.

I am using Intel's SNMP subagent software version 1.1-16 on CentOS 5.5, RPM package (snmpsa-1.1-16_el5.x86_64.rpm).
The subagent is working fine and receiving traps from the IPMI Driver. I have the hardware clock and OS clock in sync with dayligh savings time.

The problem I have is the SNMP subagent logs these events wtih a timestamp 1 hour behind the system clock. It appears as if the snmpagent logger is adding a timestamp for the event in standard time and not daylight savings time.

The SNMP subagent log file is at  /var/log/snmpsa.log.

Does anyone know how to configure the Intel SNMP subagent to use daylight savings time?

Thanks in advance!!

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If this is not the right forum for this question can anyone tell me which form to use for IPMI software or Baseboard software.



    I am using Suse 11 SP3 and snmpsa-5.0.0-14.x86_64.rpm.I am using intel S1200BTL and S2600GZ server boards.I added the following entries in the snmpd.conf file for traps.

rwcommunity  public

trap2sink localhost public

# turn on agentx master agent support
master agentx


and below entry added in the snmpsa.conf for debug purpose

DebugEnabled = 1


Still i am not getting any traps.? am i missing something or do i need to added any more parameters...


Thank's in advance.





The correct forum for SNMP/IPMI is here:

Regards, Hal G

Intel(R) Developer Zone Support
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