Finally found appliance model number description

Randomly came across this one while trying to fix a bug where monitord was consuming 100% CPU. (still searching)

You’ll love this.

We have 200+ firewalls and all I want to know is what the friggin model number is and how many we have. How hard can that be??? Well, when you have 200 firewalls the ‘ol spreadsheet tends to get out of date.  And MDM and SmartMonitor and Smart Provision are of little use. and the ‘ol dmidecode | fgrep -i product is a bunch of crap.

Well check this out.

/etc/appliance_config.xml

applianceid

Database of stats from the WEBUI

webui

The search is over! Now if they only included this in an MDS level SmartMonitor so we could manage the fleet better.

ADDENDUM: From Heather Lewis, this is even better!

dbget :appliance_configuration:value:/model/name. This is even better!

dreez

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  • Heather  On November 27, 2013 at 12:41 am

    How about dbget :appliance_configuration:value:/model/name for Gaia and IPSO?

    • Dreezman  On November 27, 2013 at 2:27 am

      Oh this is even better!!! Love it thanks!

      dreez

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