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TUBS-MLM-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS
	MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE,
	Integer32, IpAddress, Counter32, Gauge32, TimeTicks, Counter64
		FROM SNMPv2-SMI
	StorageType
		FROM SNMPv2-PARTY-MIB
	DisplayString, TestAndIncr, RowStatus, TimeStamp, TimeInterval
		FROM SNMPv2-TC
	MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP
		FROM SNMPv2-CONF;

mlmMIB MODULE-IDENTITY
	LAST-UPDATED "9412050000Z"
	ORGANIZATION "SNMP Research, Inc."
	CONTACT-INFO
		"   David B. Levi
		    Postal: SNMP Research, Inc.
		    3001 Kimberlin Heights Road
		    Knoxville, TN 37920-9716
		    Tel: (615)573-1434
		    Fax: (615)573-9197
		    E-mail: levi@snmp.com

		 This is an experimental revised version written by 
		 Juergen Schoenwaelder schoenw@ibr.cs.tu-bs.de"
	DESCRIPTION
		"The MIB module for the SNMP Mid-Level-Manager MIB"
	::= { enterprises tubs(1575) ibr(1) 4 }

mlmMIBObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { mlmMIB 1 }

-- XXX is this really needed? what does it fix that is no covered
-- XXX by the RowStatus convention?

mlmLock OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      TestAndIncr
	MAX-ACCESS  read-write
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"This variable is used for creating new rows in the
		 mlmScriptTable.  When creating a new row, this
		 variable must be set as well as the mlmScriptStatus. If
		 the value it is set to does not equal its current
		 value, the set completely fails.  A manager should
		 only perform set requests on rows in the
		 mlmScriptTable which it has created using mlmLock.
		 The value of mlmLock is equal to the first unused row
		 in the mlmScriptTable."
	::= { mlmMIBObjects 1 }

mlmNextScript OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      TestAndIncr
	MAX-ACCESS  read-write
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"This variable is used for creating scripts in the
		 mlmScriptTable. The current value of mlmNextScript 
		 should first be retrieved, and this value should then
		 be included in the set request for creating the first 
		 row of a new script. If the value it is set to does not 
		 equal its current value, the set completely fails.  A 
		 manager should only perform set requests on scripts in 
		 the mlmScriptTable which it has created using
		 mlmNextScript.  The value of mlmNextScript is equal to
		 the first unused set of rows in the mlmScriptTable."
	::= { mlmMIBObjects 2 }

-- mlmScriptTable
--
-- Contains an entry for every script known by the mlm agent.

mlmScriptTable OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	    SEQUENCE OF MlmScriptEntry
	MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
	STATUS	    current
	DESCRIPTION
		"A mlmScriptTable entry."
	::= { mlmMIBObjects 3 }

mlmScriptEntry OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX	    MlmScriptEntry
	MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
	STATUS	    current
	DESCRIPTION
		"A mlmScriptTable entry."
	INDEX   { mlmScriptIndex }
	::= { mlmScriptTable 1 }

MlmScriptEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
	mlmScriptIndex
		INTEGER,
	mlmScriptName
		DisplayString,
	mlmScriptDescr
		DisplayString,
	mlmScriptStorageType
		StorageType,
	mlmScriptStatus
		RowStatus
}

mlmScriptIndex OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER (1..2147483647)
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Unique identifier for a mlmScriptEntry."
	::= { mlmScriptEntry 1 }

mlmScriptName OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS  read-write
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"This variable is used to reference a script stored in
		 non-volatile memory, instead of entries in the
		 mlmScriptTable.  The mlmScriptName variable can also
		 be used for downloading scripts from a management
		 station to non-volatile storage on the agent, or for
		 examining the contents of a script stored in non-
		 volatile memory on the agent.  If this variable is not
		 empty the script referenced by mlmScriptName will be 
		 run when mlmExecutionStatus is set to the appropriate 
		 value."
	::= { mlmScriptEntry 2 }

mlmScriptDescr OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS  read-write
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"This variable should contain a short description
		 of the script."
	::= { mlmScriptEntry 3 }

mlmScriptStorageType OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      StorageType
	MAX-ACCESS  read-write
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"This column indicates how the MLM should treat the
		 current row in the mlmScriptTable.  If the
		 value is 'volatile', no record of the row is kept
		 when the MLM is restarted (e.g. the machine is
		 rebooted). If the value is 'nonVolatile', the row is 
		 stored in non-volatile memory and is restored when the 
		 MLM is restarted. If the value is 'permanent', the row
		 is kept in ROM memory and restored when the MLM is 
		 restarted"
	DEFVAL { volatile }
	::= { mlmScriptEntry 4 }

mlmScriptStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      RowStatus
	MAX-ACCESS  read-create
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"To create new row, a manager sets this object to
		 createAndWait.  Until this object is set to active or
		 notInService, its value is returned as notReady. If its 
		 value is notReady and is set to active, the script is 
		 loaded and compiled if necessary. To delete a row, the
		 manager sets this object to destroy.  When a row
		 with a particular mlmScriptIndex has been destroyed,
		 all rows with corresponding mlmExecutionScript values in
		 the mlmExecutionTable and all rows with corresponding
		 mlmSourceScript value in mlmSourceTable and all rows with
		 corresponding mlmResultScript value in mlmResultTable
		 are destroyed."
	::= { mlmScriptEntry 5 }


-- mlmSourceTable
--
-- Contains source code for downloaded scripts, one line of 
-- code per row in the table. The mlmSourceScript variable 
-- divides the rows in the table into separate scripts.

mlmSourceTable OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF MlmSourceEntry
	MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"A mlmSourceTable entry."
	::= { mlmMIBObjects 4 }

mlmSourceEntry OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      MlmSourceEntry
	MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"A mlmSourceTable entry."
	INDEX   { mlmSourceScript, mlmSourceLine }
	::= { mlmSourceTable 1 }

MlmSourceEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
	mlmSourceScript
		INTEGER,
	mlmSourceLine
		INTEGER,
	mlmSourceCode
		DisplayString
}

mlmSourceScript OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER (1..2147483647)
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Index into the mlmSourceTable.  This is the major
		 index, and indicates which script the row belongs to.
		 The mlmScriptIndex variable in the mlmScriptTable
		 refers to this variable."
	::= { mlmSourceEntry 1 }

mlmSourceLine OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER (1..2147483647)
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Index into the mlmSourceTable.  This is the minor
		 index, and indicates the line number of rows within
		 the script indicated by mlmSourceScript. There 
		 cannot be any 'holes' within a particular script in the
		 mlmSourceTable, so all rows with identical values for
		 mlmSourceScript must have ascending values for
		 mlmSourceLine, starting at 1."
	::= { mlmSourceEntry 2 }

mlmSourceCode OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS  read-write
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"This variable contains the actual code of the script."
	::= { mlmSourceEntry 3 }


-- mlmExecutionTable
--
-- Contains list of indices into mlmScriptTable and script
-- arguments.  Each row of the table describes a runnable script.
-- The script code to be run by a particular row may be shared
-- by other rows through the use of identical mlmExecutionScript
-- values.Each set of columns in the mlmScriptTable may be associated 
-- with several rows in the mlmExecutionTable.  Thus, the same script 
-- code can be running several times in parallel with differing arguments.
--
-- Note that the MLM configuration file should only be updated
-- when a SET operation is performed on the mlmExecutionPermanence
-- variable.  There is a single exception to this.  If a 'permanent'
-- or 'startup' row is deleted by setting mlmExecutionStatus to 
-- 'destroy', the corresponding entry stored in non-volatile memory 
-- is also deleted.

mlmNextExecution OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      TestAndIncr
	MAX-ACCESS  read-write
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"This variable is used for creating rows in the 
		 mlmExecutionTable. The current value of mlmNextExecution
		 should first be retrieved, and this value should then
		 be included in the set request for creating the first 
		 row. If the value it is set to does not equal its current
		 value, the set completely fails.  A manager should only
		 perform set requests on scripts in  the mlmExecutionTable
		 which it has created using  mlmNextExecution.  The value
		 of mlmNextExecution is equal to the first unused set of
		 rows in the mlmExecutionTable."
	::= { mlmMIBObjects 5 }

mlmExecutionTable OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF MlmExecutionEntry
	MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Contains list of runnable scripts, including indices
		 into the mlmScriptTable, script arguments, and script
		 execution period"
	::= { mlmMIBObjects 6 }

mlmExecutionEntry OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      MlmExecutionEntry
	MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"An entry in the mlm execution table."
	INDEX   { mlmExecutionIndex }
	::= { mlmExecutionTable 1 }

MlmExecutionEntry ::=
	SEQUENCE {
		mlmExecutionIndex
			INTEGER,
		mlmExecutionScript
			INTEGER,
		mlmExecutionArguments
			DisplayString,
		mlmExecutionInterval
			TimeInterval,
		mlmExecutionRepetitions
			INTEGER,
		mlmExecutionPermanence
			INTEGER,
		mlmExecutionStatus
			RowStatus
	}

mlmExecutionIndex OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER (1..2147483647)
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Unique identifier for a mlmExecutionEntry."
	::= { mlmExecutionEntry 1 }

mlmExecutionScript OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER (1..2147483647)
	MAX-ACCESS  read-create
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Pointer into the mlmScriptTable.  If this is not
		 provided when the row is created, it defaults to a
		 non-existent script."
	::= { mlmExecutionEntry 2 }

mlmExecutionArguments OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      DisplayString
	MAX-ACCESS  read-create
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Space separated list of arguments to be passed to the
		 script when it is executed."
	::= { mlmExecutionEntry 3 }

mlmExecutionInterval OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      TimeInterval
	MAX-ACCESS  read-create
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The time interval between to successive script executions."
	::= { mlmExecutionEntry 4 }

mlmExecutionRepetitions OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER (1..2147483647)
	MAX-ACCESS  read-create
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The total number of times the script should be executed."
	DEFVAL { 1 }
	::= { mlmExecutionEntry 5 }

mlmExecutionPermanence OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER {
			temporary(1),
			startup(2),
			permanent(3)
		}
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		""
	::= { mlmExecutionEntry 6 }

mlmExecutionStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      RowStatus
	MAX-ACCESS  read-create
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"To create new row, a manager sets this object to
		 createAndWait.  Until this object is set to active or
		 notInService, its value is returned as notReady. If its
		 value is set to active, the script is executed. Execution
		 will happen mlmExecutionRepetitions times with an interval
		 of mlmExecutionInterval. When the script is finished
		 executing, the agent sets this object to notInService.
		 To halt execution of a script, the manager sets this
		 object to notInService. To delete a row, the
		 manager sets this object to destroy. If the manager sets
		 mlmRowStatus to active or notInService when the values
		 of mlmExecutionScript does not reference a script, the
		 agent will return a BAD_VALUE_ERROR."
	::= { mlmExecutionEntry 7 }


-- mlmResultTable
--
-- Contains results of script execution. Since the result of a 
-- script is a list of variable bindings, the mlmResultTable
-- contains variables for storing both the variable's object 
-- type, instance, and value.
--
-- Every row includes an index to a row in the execution table
-- to links results to different executing scripts. Note, that
-- the table may contain results of scripts that have stopped
-- execution.
--
-- Different results generated by different repetitions of the
-- same script are identified by the mlmTimeStamp variable.
--
-- This table will almost always contain holes.  Only the value
-- variable for the appropriate type of each varbind in the
-- results of a script will be returned.  For example, if a 
-- script returns a single integer value, and the mlmExecutionIndex
-- is 1, then the variables returned in a MIB walk would be 
-- mlmResultIndex.1.1, mlmResultTimeStamp.1.1, mlmResultType.1.1,
-- and mlmIntegerValue.1.1.
--
-- The mlmResultStatus variable indicates if the execution
-- returned an error result, or if the row has been deleted
-- by a network management application.

mlmResultTable OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF MlmResultEntry
	MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Table containing results of script execution."
	::= { mlmMIBObjects 7 }

mlmResultEntry OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      MlmResultEntry
	MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		 "Note that rows in this table are only visible after a
		  script has been run. It is unfortunate that
		  SNMP/SNMPv2 does not provide a better way to return a
		  discriminated union.
		 
		  If errors occur while a script is running (for
		  example, a division by 0 is attempted), the resulting
		  messages will also be stored in this table.  In this
		  case, the list of variable bindings returned by the
	 	  script is discarded."
	INDEX   { mlmResultExecution, mlmResultIndex }
	::= { mlmResultTable 1 }

MlmResultEntry ::=
	SEQUENCE {
		mlmResultExecution
			INTEGER,
		mlmResultIndex
			INTEGER,
		mlmResultTimeStamp
			TimeStamp,
		mlmResultType
			INTEGER,
		mlmInteger32Value
			Integer32,
		mlmCounter32Value
			Counter32,
		mlmGauge32Value
			Gauge32,
		mlmTimeTicksValue
			TimeTicks,
		mlmIpAddressValue
			IpAddress,
		mlmOctetStringValue
			OCTET STRING,
		mlmObjectIDValue
			OBJECT IDENTIFIER,
		mlmCounter64Value
			Counter64,
		mlmResultStatus
			INTEGER
}

mlmResultExecution	OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER (1..2147483647)
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Index into the mlmExecutionTable identifying the script
		 that created this result."
	::= { mlmResultEntry 1 }

mlmResultIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER (1..2147483647)
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Index into the list of VarBinds returned by a script.
		 All rows with identical mlmExecutionIndex are results
		 for the corresponding row in the mlmExecutionTable."
	::= { mlmResultEntry 2 }

-- XXX should mlmResultTimeStamp be part of the INDEX?

mlmResultTimeStamp  OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      TimeStamp
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The time stamp when this result was generated. All
		 the mlmResultTimeStamp variables belonging to the
		 varbind of one result should be identical."
	::= { mlmResultEntry 3 }

mlmResultType OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER {
			error(1),
			nothing(2), -- corresponds to NULL_TYPE
			null(3),
			integer32(4),
			counter32(5),
			gauge32(6),
			timeticks(7),
			ipaddress(8),
			octetstring(9),
			objectid(10),
			bitstring(12),
			counter64(13)
		}
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Contains a code representing the type of the varbind
		 returned by the script, or a 1 if an error occurred
		 during execution.  A value of nothing(2) means the
		 script returned an empty varbind list.  This variable
		 also indicates which of the mlm...Value variables
		 exists within the same row."
	::= { mlmResultEntry 4 }

mlmInteger32Value OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      Integer32
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Signed 32-bit integer value"
	::= { mlmResultEntry 5 }

mlmCounter32Value OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      Counter32
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"32-bit counter value"
	::= { mlmResultEntry 6 }

mlmGauge32Value OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      Gauge32
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"32-bit gauge value"
	::= { mlmResultEntry 7 }

mlmTimeTicksValue OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      TimeTicks
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Time ticks value"
	::= { mlmResultEntry 8 }

mlmIpAddressValue OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      IpAddress
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"IP address value"
	::= { mlmResultEntry 9 }

mlmOctetStringValue OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      OCTET STRING
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Octet string value"
	::= { mlmResultEntry 10 }

mlmObjectIDValue OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      OBJECT IDENTIFIER
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"object id value"
	::= { mlmResultEntry 11 }

mlmCounter64Value OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      Counter64
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"64-bit counter value"
	::= { mlmResultEntry 13 }

-- XXX what error stati are really needed here? could / should
-- XXX we use RowStatus conventions?

mlmResultStatus OBJECT-TYPE
	SYNTAX      INTEGER {
			ok(1),
			error(2),
			deleted(3)
		}
	MAX-ACCESS  read-only
	STATUS      current
	DESCRIPTION
		"Contains a description of any runtime errors which
		 occurred during script execution."
	::= { mlmResultEntry 15 }


-- conformance information

mlmMIBConformance	OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { mlmMIB 2 }

mlmMIBCompliances	OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { mlmMIBConformance 1 }

mlmMIBGroups		OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { mlmMIBConformance 2 }

-- compliance statements

mlmCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
	STATUS  current
	DESCRIPTION
		"The compliance statement for SNMPv2 entities which
		 implement the SNMP MLM Script MIB."
	MODULE  -- this module
	MANDATORY-GROUPS { mlmMIBGroup }
	::= { mlmMIBCompliances 1 }

-- units of conformance

mlmMIBGroup    OBJECT-GROUP
	OBJECTS { 
		mlmLock, mlmNextScript,
		mlmScriptIndex, mlmScriptName, mlmScriptDescr,
		mlmScriptStorageType, mlmScriptStatus,

		mlmSourceScript, mlmSourceLine, mlmSourceCode,

		mlmNextExecution,
		mlmExecutionIndex, mlmExecutionScript, mlmExecutionArguments,
		mlmExecutionInterval, mlmExecutionRepetitions, 
		mlmExecutionPermanence, mlmExecutionStatus,

		mlmResultExecution, mlmResultIndex, 
		mlmResultTimeStamp, mlmResultType,
		mlmInteger32Value, mlmCounter32Value, mlmGauge32Value,
		mlmTimeTicksValue, mlmIpAddressValue,
		mlmOctetStringValue, mlmObjectIDValue,
		mlmCounter64Value, mlmResultStatus 
	}
	STATUS  current
	DESCRIPTION
		"A collection of objects providing an interface for
		 configuring and controlling an SNMP MLM."
	::= { mlmMIBGroups 1 }

END