Provisiond accepts node definitions with two primary tagged snmp interfaces.
The result is, that OpenNMS does not collect any interface table metrics from this device without any hint why (or maybe I didn't find one).
We really have too many places why a collection can fail. See here: https://opennms.discourse.group/t/troubleshoot-performance-data-collection-from-snmp-agents/
It was not obvious to search in provisiond for a collection issue.
I think provisiond should complain about not valid node definitions and raise an alarm, so a administrator is able to notice it somehow.
But it should import all other nodes with correct definitions in that case.