One command, in Gaia, that has helped me determine a ClusterXL issue I was having, is the "cphaprob -a if" command. I needed to see why I had an active/down state on my cluster, and this command helped me determine that I had a vlan interface down on one of the enforcement modules, which caused the down state. Once I saw this, I at least knew why I had the down state, and could pursue troubleshooting the problem further. Besides the 'cphaprob stat" command, this is a very good command to know when troubleshooting.
CheckPoint> cphaprob -a if
Required interfaces: 7
Required secured interfaces: 1
eth1 UP non sync(non secured), multicast
eth1-01 UP sync(secured), multicast
Mgmt UP non sync(non secured), multicast (Mgmt.55 )
eth3 DOWN (378012 secs) non sync(non secured), multicast (eth3.15 )
eth3 UP non sync(non secured), multicast (eth3.10 )
Mgmt UP non sync(non secured), multicast (Mgmt.30 )
eth2 UP non sync(non secured), multicast (eth2.20 )
eth2 UP non sync(non secured), multicast (eth2.25 )
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Friday, February 20, 2015
Check Point Gaia: "cphaprob -a if"
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cphaprob -i list & cphaprob stat also help determine cluster health on SPlat and GAiA as im sure you already know!ReplyDelete
Yeah, in this particular case though, the command I mentioned is what helped me resolve the issue. Thanks for your input on the other commands. Very helpful.Delete