In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Riiki <email@example.com> wrote:
>in my script i do:
> mib load <filename.mib>
>the result is an error: something wrong with the file - bad mib file
>anybody knows how using Scotty to find out in what place in the file there
>is a mistake?
The only way I've ever known is by binary search:
mib load basefile.mib
(perhaps choose the empty one as a starting point)
cleanly, then split the difference between the end-
points until the process converges.
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