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What Version/Patch Level Do I Have Installed?

The answer to this used to be fairly simple: the old fw ver command. It's still useful, of course, but the answer today is a little more complicated.

From clish in Gaia, a show version all will show you the OS build (take), kernel, and whether 32-bit or 64-bit OS is installed. 

If you've loaded a recent Jumbo Hotfix on R80 or earlier releases, the command installed_jumbo_take will give you the "Take" number of that Jumbo Hotfix. 

In R80.10, the command cpinfo -y all will show you what jumbo hotfix is installed as well as any other (one-off) hotfixes that may be installed. Note this command works on earlier releases as well.

Reference: Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator FAQ 

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Employee Alumnus
Employee Alumnus

You can leverage the Linux command 'script' :

script -q -c 'cpinfo -y all'

Script makes a typescript of everything printed on your terminal.

It is useful for students who need a hard-copy record of an interactive session as proof of an assignment.

Run the COMMAND rather than an interactive shell.

This makes it easy for a script to capture the output of a program that behaves differently when its stdout is not a tty.

-q Be quiet.

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Employee Alumnus
Employee Alumnus

Bare in mind that installed_jumbo_take command is not longer supported in R80.10. The rest of the commands mentioned sure do. 

Another useful command is: 

cat $CPDIR/registry/ | grep -i hotfix 


cpview also show a lot of information about the appliances gateway/sms

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