Every now and then I get a spate of error messages in /var/log/messages like
May 16 13:46:50 alfred snmpd: netsnmp_assert index == tmp failed
May 16 13:47:50 alfred last message repeated 2 times
May 16 13:49:20 alfred last message repeated 3 times
I googled for this, but only found other people equally baffled.
Linux error messages really are ubelievably bad.
How could any sane person write a program which produces the above message?
I'm thinking of going over to Minix-3.
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