Just came across this thread and it is obviously an 'older' thread and there are now the ccc and My 3 favorite commands threads, and cpview, but it is still a good question.
My question from this:
Will Check Point ever plan to simplify the troubleshooting commands and Unify (Unification is the common theme right? 😉 ) into something like a simply debug command, where the argument that follows (for example) will focus the debug on the process or flow?
For example, if I want to debug policy install flow, which has now become a more complex process (I believe), a simple "debug policy-install" might be nice (with levels of debug as an option maybe).
fwm -d load <Policy> <Target GW> is not really valid anymore...
In the meantime, something that could be useful for cases where ccc is not allowed and cpview is not enough admins can try to save a txt file on the Gaia (expert mode) system in their home dir or a common dir and use it to store newly learned or regularly used commands, something like this:
watch -d cpstat fw
echo "cpstat fw" > mycommands.txt
echo "cpstat os -f cpu" >> mycommands.txt
echo "cp_conf sic state" >> mycommands.txt
echo "cpwd_admin list" >> mycommands.txt
cpstat os -f cpu
cp_conf sic state
copy and paste as required.