This happens because the system
SNMPtrapd daemon has booted before the Pandora FMS ‘
SNMPtrapd‘ daemon, and has the port blocked (in use). This fix is intended for OpenSUSE systems
- Stop the system daemon:
# /etc/init.d/snmpd stop
(This could yield different results in systems that are not on OpenSUSE).
Then restart Pandora FMS server:
# /etc/init.d/pandora_server restart
This is very useful to delay the system’s SNMP startup after the Pandora FMS server has started in order to avoid this conflict in the future.