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To test the configuration, use the [command]#snmpwalk# command with the [option]`-v` and [option]`-c` options.
To test the configuration, create a `.snmp` directory in your user's home directory and a configuration file named `snmp.conf` in that directory (`~/.snmp/snmp.conf`) with the following lines:
To stop the running `snmpd` service, type the following at a shell prompt as `root`:
To start the [application]*System Monitor* tool, either select menu:Applications[System Tools > `System Monitor`pass:attributes[{blank}]] from the Activities menu, or type [command]#gnome-system-monitor# at a shell prompt. Then click the `Resources` tab to view the system's memory usage.
To start the [application]*System Monitor* tool, either select menu:Applications[System Tools > `System Monitor`pass:attributes[{blank}]] from the Activities menu, or type [command]#gnome-system-monitor# at a shell prompt. Then click the `Resources` tab to view the system's CPU usage.
To start the [application]*System Monitor* tool, either select menu:Applications[System Tools > `System Monitor`pass:attributes[{blank}]] from the Activities menu, or type [command]#gnome-system-monitor# at a shell prompt. Then click the `Processes` tab to view the list of running processes.
To start the [application]*System Monitor* tool, either select menu:Applications[System Tools > `System Monitor`pass:attributes[{blank}]] from the Activities menu, or type [command]#gnome-system-monitor# at a shell prompt. Then click the `File Systems` tab to view a list of file systems.
To run the `snmpd` service in the current session, type the following at a shell prompt as `root`:
To run the [command]#top# command, type the following at a shell prompt:
To restart the running `snmpd` service, type the following at a shell prompt:
*top*(1) — The manual page for the [command]#top# command.
To make this script available over SNMP, copy the script to a location on the system path, set the executable bit, and add an [option]`extend` directive to the `/etc/snmp/snmpd.conf` file. The format of the [option]`extend` directive is the following:
To learn more about gathering system information, refer to the following resources.
To install any of these packages, use the [command]#dnf# command in the following form:
To disable starting the service at boot time, use the following command:
To configure the service to be automatically started at boot time, use the following command:
To configure an *SNMP version 3 user*, use the [command]#net-snmp-create-v3-user# command. This command adds entries to the `/var/lib/net-snmp/snmpd.conf` and `/etc/snmp/snmpd.conf` files which create the user and grant access to the user. Note that the [command]#net-snmp-create-v3-user# command may only be run when the agent is not running. The following example creates the "sysadmin" user with the password "redhatsnmp":
To configure an *SNMP version 2c community*, use either the [option]`rocommunity` or [option]`rwcommunity` directive in the `/etc/snmp/snmpd.conf` configuration file. The format of the directives is the following:
To change the Net-SNMP Agent Daemon configuration, edit the `/etc/snmp/snmpd.conf` configuration file. The default `snmpd.conf` file shipped with {MAJOROSVER} is heavily commented and serves as a good starting point for agent configuration.
This will stop the service and start it again in quick succession. To only reload the configuration without stopping the service, run the following command instead: