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"show" command in CLI on FMC 6.3

Hi,

 

I have FMC1000 appliance which running on version 6.3.

 

I would like to verify hardware infomation of the FMC via CLI such as NIC, CPU cores, Memory, Event storage space and power supply status.

 

Unfortunately, I have found only "show version" to excute even I have used admin account with full access.

 

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What should I do to verify the hardware information for FMC appliance? Thanks

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Re: "show" command in CLI on FMC 6.3

First switch to expert mode.

Then you have a standard RHEL command prompt and can use the variety of Linux commands that show you that sort of info.

NIC:

 ifconfig -a

 ip link show

CPU:

 lscpu

 less /proc/cpuinfo

Memory:

 free -m

Power supply:

 sudo dmidecode -t 3

The event storage space cannot easily be shown from cli as far as I know. You can see and adjust the space allocated from FMC:

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/firesight-management-center/118012-troubleshoot-firesight-00.html#anc5

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Hall of Fame Master

Re: "show" command in CLI on FMC 6.3

First switch to expert mode.

Then you have a standard RHEL command prompt and can use the variety of Linux commands that show you that sort of info.

NIC:

 ifconfig -a

 ip link show

CPU:

 lscpu

 less /proc/cpuinfo

Memory:

 free -m

Power supply:

 sudo dmidecode -t 3

The event storage space cannot easily be shown from cli as far as I know. You can see and adjust the space allocated from FMC:

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/firesight-management-center/118012-troubleshoot-firesight-00.html#anc5

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