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Sorry - I had hope that the error message might mean something!
global %$r is a reverse lookup OID number to text
hash keys and values guaranteed no white spaces
here is the code - redundant,
mangled to try to find the error!
91 sub getsnmp { 92 my $session = shift; 93 my $oids = shift; 94 my $myresult = shift; 95 my $debug = shift; 96 97 my $result = $session->get_request( -varbindlist => $oids); 98 if($result) { 99 if($debug) { 100 printf "%4d getsnmp result\n",__LINE__ ; 101 printf "%4d $_=>\"$$result{$_}\"\n",__LINE__ for (keys + %$result); 102 } 103 for $key (keys %$result) { 104 my $value = $$result{$key}; 105 $key =~ s/\.\d+$//; ### strip off index at end of stri +ng 106 my $rkey = $r{$key} or die "bad $key\n"; 107 printf "%4d $rkey=>\"$value\"\n",__LINE__ if $debug; 108 print " \$\$myresult{$rkey}=$value;\n "; 109 $$myresult{$rkey} = $value; 110 } 111 } else { 112 return $myresult; 113 } 114 if($debug) { 115 printf "%4d return\n",__LINE__; 116 for(keys (%$myresult) ) { printf "%4d $_=>$$myresult{$_}\n +",__LINE__} 117 } 118 return $myresult; 119 } 120 1;

In reply to Re^2: Can't use string ("0") as a HASH ref by kp2a
in thread Can't use string ("0") as a HASH ref by kp2a

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