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The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) refers to a set of standards for network management. The protocol allows vendors of hardware (such as routers) and software (such as database managers) to present information and control data to general-purpose network management tools. SNMP Network Management Systems A SNMP network-management system (or network manager) is a collection of tools for network monitoring and control. An application provider, such as Informix, can provide information to an SNMP network manager. Using the network manager, a database (or network) administrator can remotely monitor the status of all database servers on a network. The SNMP protocol was originally developed for the remote administration of an Internet system. However, the design of the protocol has allowed it to grow to cover application management as well as systems management. Each computer that has a managed subsystem (for example, a database server) has a master agent. Each subsystem (application) has a subagent that provides information to the master agent. The subagent for Informix database servers is onsnmp. The subagent receives queries from the master agent, collects the requested information from shared memory or from the database server, and returns the information to the master agent. Each managed element (that is, each database server) has its own subagent. The subagent for Informix database servers, onsnmp, is an integral part of the Informix database server.
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