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First, some context - snmpd isn't the only process involved in facilitating SNMP requests. It uses other processes as sub-agents to get data relevant to the particular statistic you're gathering. For example, if you are collecting RIB information, snmpd will talk to rpd to get the necessary data. mib2d has a similar function except in this case it has two ...


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Can't really say for Juniper MX, but MIB generally refers to the management information base, the database you query via SNMP. mib2d is surely (at least part of) the SNMP daemon. Instead of using extensive SNMP queries - polling - you should consider using SNMP traps more actively. That can significantly decrease CPU load. It's generally more efficient as it ...


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