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naijotomy
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MHO 170 OS type R80.20 or R80.20 SP

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Hi all,

Please help me to understand below behavior,  In MHO 170 CLI, when i am checking the "cpstat os" , it says R80.20 OS, but "show version all" says R80.20 SP.  "cpinfo -y all" out put also given below.

adding one more point - when trying to access webUi it also says R80.20SP. 

Product Name: SVN Foundation
SVN Foundation Version String: R80.20
SVN Foundation Build Number: 992000010
SVN Foundation Status: OK
OS Name: Gaia
OS Major Version: 3
OS Minor Version: 10
OS Build Number: -
OS SP Major: -
OS SP Minor: -
OS Version Level:
Appliance SN: MT1928X03576
Appliance Name: Maestro Orchestrator 170
Appliance Manufacture: CheckPoint

cpinfo -y all

This is Check Point CPinfo Build 914000182 for GAIA
[CPFC]
No hotfixes..

[IDA]
No hotfixes..

[MGMT]
No hotfixes..

[FW1]
No hotfixes..

FW1 build number:
This is Check Point's software version R80.20 - Build 255

[SecurePlatform]
HOTFIX_R80_20SP_MHO_JHF_MAIN

[PPACK]
No hotfixes..

[CPinfo]
No hotfixes..

[SMO]
HOTFIX_R80_20SP_JHF_MAIN

[CPUpdates]
BUNDLE_R80_20SP_JHF_MAIN_gogoKernel Take: 295

[rtm]
No hotfixes..

show version all
Product version Check Point Gaia R80.20SP
OS build 22
OS kernel version 3.10.0-693cpx86_64
OS edition 64-bit

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_Val_
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What is the confusion? That "SP" is missing in one of the outputs? It is a cosmetic issue. MHO uses SP version.

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Danny
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Correct. SP means Scalable Platform and is the only version that runs on MHO - Maestro HyperScale Orchestrator Switches. This can be verified via cat /etc/cp-release in expert mode.

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_Val_
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Admin

What is the confusion? That "SP" is missing in one of the outputs? It is a cosmetic issue. MHO uses SP version.

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naijotomy
Explorer

Hi Val, Thanks for reply.. 

Yes, the SP is missing from the output, also i did other check as below, as that shows the other image (Which is the SP image) in the box..

show fcd Gaia_R80.20SP all
date Sun Oct 20 12:36:10 2019
size 11.00g

does the MHO work only with SP os installed ? if so, why the box has two base os 1.) normal gaia 2.) Gaia SP

what is the use case of Normal Gaia in MHO ?


 

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Danny
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Correct. SP means Scalable Platform and is the only version that runs on MHO - Maestro HyperScale Orchestrator Switches. This can be verified via cat /etc/cp-release in expert mode.

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naijotomy
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Thanks for the reply Danny.

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