In particular, about sysconfig. On SPLAT it is "one script for all" tool, that allows you configuring most of OS and Check Point parameters. But is you are trying to get it on GAiA, here is what you get:
This command is not active
This is made by design, as GAiA provides you IPSO-like experience. Although sysconfig binary is still present, it seems to be completely disabled. CLI is configured to use CLISH instead.
If you are new to CLISH, I advise you to start reading "GAiA Administration manual", chapter 3 or" IPSO 6.2 CLI reference guide" for the matter.
Concerning more advanced tools, like migrate export/import scrypts, there are not too many changes. You find them in the usual place, $FWDIR/bin/updrade_tools, with unchanged syntax.
Wasn't the upgrade tools renamed to "migrate" instead of "upgrade_export" and "upgrade_import" in R75.30?ReplyDelete
It is renamed. But old style commands are still there, actually. You can use either way.Delete
I would recommend upgrade export though. It works better (less problems) down the road and you can direct the output to /var/log/ if you were running low on space.ReplyDelete
I guess you said migrate export, not upgrade_export?Delete
If you do a md5sum * on all the files that are in the upgrade_tools directory you will find out, that upgrade_export upgrade_import and migrate are the exact same binary. So it really doesn't matter how you do it in my opinion because you are using the same tool.ReplyDelete