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Healthcheck script results

Question asked by Ilmo Anttonen on Dec 1, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 6, 2018 by Daniel Moore

Hi,

 

I just tried out the new healthcheck script on a production system and some of the 'warning' messages it produced are not clear to me what to do with. Partial output below:

 

# Core File Checks:
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Usermode Cores:
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin root  35M Jun 29 12:33 DAService.5410.core.gz
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin root  77M Aug 30 09:29 DAService.623.core.gz
Core files detected on this system.
Please upload the following to Check Point for analysis:
 -Current cpinfo from this system
 -Usermode core files from /var/log/dump/usermode/
When I ran the script on a lab machine it also detected core files but that rendered no warning message. What's wrong with this and why should they be uploaded for analysis?
# Fragments Checks:
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Expired – denotes how many fragments were expired when the firewall failed to reassemble them in a 20 seconds time frame or when due to memory exhaustion, they could not be kept in memory anymore.
This environment is struggling a little with high CPU caused by IPS not bypassing SQL-traffic even when instructed so, resulting in some packet loss at times. Could this have anything to do with the fragment checks warning? If no i'm lost as what to do with this message.
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