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snmpa_error_io - Functions for Reporting SNMP Errors on stdio
The module snmpa_error_io implements the snmp_error_report behaviour (see snmpa_error_report) containing two callback functions which are called in order to report SNMP errors. This module provides a simple mechanism for reporting SNMP errors. Errors are written to stdout using the io module. It is provided as an simple example. This module needs to be explicitly configured, see snmpa_error and configuration parameters.
config_err(Format, Args) -> void() Types: Format = string() Args = list() The function is called if an error occurs during the configuration phase, for example if a syntax error is found in a configuration file. Format and Args are as in io:format(Format, Args). user_err(Format, Args) -> void() Types: Format = string() Args = list() The function is called if a user related error occurs at run-time, for example if a user defined instrumentation function returns erroneous. Format and Args are as in io:format(Format, Args).