Hopefully a simple yes or no answer. Help me out Check Point crowd!
Besides in a non clustered environment, can you think of a time when #cphaprob -l list did NOT work (splat, vsx, embedded gaia, etc.)? As in, perhaps you received no output, or an output that says, "hey this command doesn't work", or a syntax error?
I want to modify the two current automation scripts (cphaprob-list-novsx.ind & cphaprob-list-vsx.ind) to use the switch "l". FROM: #cpahprob list TO: #cphaprob -l list. Currently without the switch, if all is well on the device, the ouput results with the following text:
There are no pnotes in problem state
- Issue ‘cphaprob -l list’ to show full list of pnotes
This is all fine and good, however, in the scenario in which Indeni has found that there was a pnote in a problem state, auto-resolving becomes tricky because we can’t identity which pnote was cleared. We could assume, but it’s typically never a good idea to assume.