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Gustavo_Ferreir
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How to collect CPView.dat from SGMs

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Hello CheckMates.

I need to analyze the health history of security gateways connected to Maestro, such as CPU, memory and throughput. Can anyone tell me how to collect the CPView.dat file from the SGM's without having to remove appliances from the security group? Will the asg_info -i command collect the cpinfo file with a 30-day history from all SGM's?

 

Thank you.

Regards.

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mcatanzaro
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You can use asg_cp2blades to transfer files between SGMs.

See the admin guide for usage:

https://dl3.checkpoint.com/paid/b0/b09c14521aa3b772156499ba5760eddf/CP_R80.30SP_Quantum_Maestro_Admi...

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mcatanzaro
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Hello Gustavo,

You can use the following to collect the cpview history for all SGMs:

# g_all cpview -s export

 

The asg_info -i command will collect cpinfo on all SGMs. It runs the following:

# g_all cpinfo -o /var/log/cpinfo -i -z

 

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Gustavo_Ferreir
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Thanks for thanks for reply mcatanzaro

 

Will both commands collect files (CPViewDB.dat and cpinfo) from all SGM's separately and save each one in its respective SGM?

My question is how to transfer the files to my computer since I can't SSH to each of the SGM's separately? When I connect via SSH to the IP of the security group I don't define in which SGM the session will be established.

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mcatanzaro
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You can use asg_cp2blades to transfer files between SGMs.

See the admin guide for usage:

https://dl3.checkpoint.com/paid/b0/b09c14521aa3b772156499ba5760eddf/CP_R80.30SP_Quantum_Maestro_Admi...

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