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Old 08-23-2017, 05:05 AM   #1
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SNMP unit not found

When I am trying to start the service (systemctl start snmpd.service) in RHEL 7.4, it is giving me the error "Failed to start snmpd.service: Unit not found". Then I tried to install snmpd (yum install snmpd) then I am getting error as "No package snmpd available". How to install this service/daemon? Kindly help
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Snmpd is in the net-snmp package.
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Thank you...I have installed it


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