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Hllrdm
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Output cpstat ha in cpinfo

I need to find the output of the cpstat ha -f all command in the cpinfo file.

I can't find it, maybe the output is stored in some file and I need to open it via cpinfo. Does anyone know where in cpinfo to find the output of the command cpstat ha -f all ?

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G_W_Albrecht
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cpinfo is a text file, so if searching does not find it, it is not there ! This might help: 

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Hllrdm
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I don't quite agree with you that this is a txt file. We collect it with the command # cpinfo -z -d -D -i -o /var/log/NAME.info

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G_W_Albrecht
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I do know that it is a text file if you unstuff NAME.info.tar.gz, although very big... We used to open it in InfoView App, but there are newer tools like         DiagnosticsView - CPInfo Viewer               

How to view and analyze a CPInfo output file in DiagnosticsView

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Hllrdm
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We use it. But we would like to get the output of the command we are interested in.

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G_W_Albrecht
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Open it as a text file and do a search !

CCSE CCTE SMB Specialist
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G_W_Albrecht
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Here the start of a cpinfo from R81.10 GW:

************************************************************************
                       Check Point Support Information                    
                           CPinfo 5.0 Build 914000231                           
 
                        (Last Mod.: May 31 2022 17:35:28)                              
 
  When needed, you will be asked to send the output of this program to  
                        support@ts.CheckPoint.com                       
 
************************************************************************
 
==============================================
General Info
==============================================
OS: Gaia
Version: R81.10 - Build 020
kernel: R81.10 - Build 021
Type: GW
 
==============================================
CP components
==============================================
CPFC                     :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:3
IDA                      :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:3
MGMT                     :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:3
FireWall-1               :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:3
SecurePlatform           :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:3
AutoUpdater              :YesVer:6.0SP:0
CPinfo                   :YesVer:5.0SP:9MSP:0
PPACK                    :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:3
DIAG                     :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:4
CVPN                     :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:3
CPUpdates                :YesVer:6.0SP:0
core_uploader            :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:3
cpsdc_wrapper            :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:3
hcp_wrapper              :YesVer:6.0SP:5MSP:3
CPDepInst                :YesVer:6.0SP:0
 
------------------------
Enabled blades
------------------------
fw vpn cvpn urlf av appi ips anti_bot ThreatEmulation mon
 
 
------------------------
IPS Status
------------------------
IPS Status: Enabled
Active Profiles: 
Optimized (no detect)
IPS Update Version: 635224426
Global Detect: Off
Bypass Under Load: Off
---
...........................
CCSE CCTE SMB Specialist
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Chris_Atkinson
Employee
Employee

Which portion of this command output is of interest?

Within CPinfo I believe we collect the HA info across other commands such as: 

HA.png

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