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snmpa_error_logger - Functions for Reporting SNMP Errors through the error_logger
The module snmpa_error_logger implements the snmpa_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 sent to the error_logger after a size check. Messages are truncated after 1024 chars. It is provided as an example. This module is the default error report module, but can 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).