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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       mosy - The managed object syntax compiler.

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       /usr/sbin/mosy   [-d]  [-i]  [-o  output_file]  [-s]  [-1]

OPTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

       Specifies no duplicate entries in  the  output  file.   By
       default,  if  duplicate  entries  exist in the input file,
       they will also exist in the output file.   Specifies  that
       errors are ignored. This option causes the mosy program to
       create an output file even if it encounters  errors.   The
       default  behavior  is  that  the mosy program generates no
       output file when errors are  encountered.   Specifies  the
       file  to  create  for  mosy output.  If not specified, the
       output file is derived from the input file name by replacing
  the suffix with or appending input_file is not specified
 (or is specified as a hyphen (-) for standard input),
       output goes to standard output.

              You can also use a hyphen (-) to specify the output
              file name, which  means  output  to  standard  out.
              Indicates  silent  mode which turns off the default
              behavior of printing out objects names, type names,
              and  identifiers.   Specifies that the mosy program
              will perform only the first  validation  pass  when
              compiling.  The  mosy program prints the input_file
              contents as it parses, which is useful when  debugging
 syntax errors.

OPERANDS    [Toc]    [Back]

       Specifies  a  text  file in MIB format describing a set of
       managed objects.  If you do not specify an  input_file  or
       specify a hyphen (-), the program accepts input from standard

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       The mosy program reads a description  of  an  SNMP-managed
       objects  module (extracted from a MIB) and produces a simple
 ASCII file  containing  equivalent  definitions.   The
       output  file  is  used by various management applications.
       In particular, mosy output files are used as input to  the
       snmpi  program  when  developing extensible SNMP subagents
       for Tru64 UNIX.

       The input_file is typically obtained by cleaning up an RFC
       file  that  defines  a  MIB.   (You can use the /usr/examples/esnmp/mib_converter.sh
 script to perform this  task.)

       For  a  complete  description of using mosy and developing
       subagents refer to the Network Programmer's Guide.

EXAMPLES    [Toc]    [Back]

       Compile the file chess.my with the  output  going  to  the
       file chess.defs.  # mosy chess Clean up the MIB defined in
       RFC1514.txt and compile it, placing  the  output  in  file
       fred.objects   #   /usr/examples/esnmp/mib-converter.sh  <
       rfc1514.txt > rfc1514.my # /usr/sbin/mosy -o  fred.objects

              You   must  copy  the  /usr/examples/esnmp/mib-converter.sh
 program to another directory and make  it
              executable in order to perform this operation.

FILES    [Toc]    [Back]

       Commands: snmpd(8), snmpi(8), snmp_request(8)

       Network Programmer's Guide

IDENTIFICATION    [Toc]    [Back]

       Marshall T. Rose, Performance Systems International

       This  work  was  partially  supported  by the U.S. Defense
       Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Rome Air  Development
  Center of the U.S. Air Force Systems Command under
       contract number F30602-88-C-0016.

       It has been modified for  use  in  Tru64  UNIX  extensible

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