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Sabi_Halevi
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Detect blades problems via CLI

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Hi,

What is the best practice for detect blade problems via CLI?

https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal?eventSubmit_doGoviewsolutiondetails=&solut...  
In this sk there is a way to monitor the blades with watchdog command 'cpwd_admin list',
But what about the blades that don't monitor by the watchdog ? 

 

Please advise

 

Thanks

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G_W_Albrecht
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Did you try the cpstat cli command yet ?

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G_W_Albrecht
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That depends - cpstat can do a lot, and most is shown verbose, like

# cpstat antimalware -f update_status
cpstat os -f licensing
# cpstat threat-emulation -f contract

 # cpstat -f RAD_status urlf

In the CP R80.40 CLI Reference Guide p.186ff you can find a lot of examples, but documentation is very limited ! You can always contact TAC for more details on the commands, the results and their meaning.

And i would apprecite a Kudo 😎

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G_W_Albrecht
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Did you try the cpstat cli command yet ?

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Sabi_Halevi
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Thanks!
A.Its what I was looking for.

B. I assume the status code '0' is OK, what about the other ones '1,2'?

Also, there are more ways to detect blade problems via CLI?

 

Many Thanks!

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G_W_Albrecht
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That depends - cpstat can do a lot, and most is shown verbose, like

# cpstat antimalware -f update_status
cpstat os -f licensing
# cpstat threat-emulation -f contract

 # cpstat -f RAD_status urlf

In the CP R80.40 CLI Reference Guide p.186ff you can find a lot of examples, but documentation is very limited ! You can always contact TAC for more details on the commands, the results and their meaning.

And i would apprecite a Kudo 😎

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