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Serial number and more robust OS version for Netgear switches #10164

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// sysDescr.0 = XS712T ProSafe 12-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) Smart Switch,, B6.1.0.1
list($hardware, ) = explode(' ', $device['sysDescr']);
list(,$version, ) = explode(',', $device['sysDescr']);
if(!$version) $version = trim(snmp_get($device, 'entPhysicalSoftwareRev.1', '-OQv', 'ENTITY-MIB', ''), '"');

Check notice on line 6 in includes/polling/os/

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It seems like ``snmp_get($device, 'entPhysicalSoftwareRev.1', '-OQv', 'ENTITY-MIB', '')`` can also be of type ``false``; however, parameter ``$str`` of ``trim()`` does only seem to accept ``string``, maybe add an additional type check?
$serial = trim(snmp_get($device, 'entPhysicalSerialNum.1', '-OQv', 'ENTITY-MIB', ''), '"');
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