netsnmp won't install because SUNW is too low, but it's not too low

Doughty, Daniel ddoughty at
Fri Apr 24 16:39:57 CEST 2015

I have another server at the same version and it's working there.  Thanks for the response.

Dan Doughty
Lead, Unix Team
Epiq Systems
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-------- Original message --------
From: Laurent Blume
Date:04/24/2015 9:27 AM (GMT-06:00)
To: users at
Subject: Re: netsnmp won't install because SUNW is too low, but it's not too low

Le 2015/04/24 15:48 +0200, Daniel Doughty a écrit:
> And my libc version is 1.23 which should be higher than 1.22.5

One would think so, but actually, no. Sun had a long tradition of making
a mess of any version numbering they use, and this one is no exception.

You really need it to explicitly list 1.22.5:

$ pvs /usr/lib/| grep 1.22.5

If you don't have it, you need to patch or upgrade to a more recent Solaris.

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