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    Master Untangler neiby's Avatar
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    Default List of good troubleshooting commands?

    I'm wondering if there is a consolidated list of helpful UT troubleshooting commands somewhere. I've seen commands to check the database size, check disk space, check to see what applications are installed and/or running, etc. I've also seen and used top and jnettop. I still feel like I really don't know what to look for if I'm having a problem and I'd like to be a little more self-sufficient.

    What other commands have you all found helpful?
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    backups
    /usr/share/untangle/autodump
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    Not upgrading
    tail -n 100 /var/log/uvm/apt.log
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    Here are some that I know of:

    top (show cpu load and usage)

    jnettop (show network traffic)

    ucli instances (show installed and running modules)

    sudo du -hs /var/lib/postgresql/ (show the size of the database)

    ifconfig -a (show all interfaces, even if down)
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    ucli sessions 1 | wc -l (shows the current number of sessions on the box)

    I'd like to find out more about the ucli commands available. It seems to be useful, but I can't find any documentation on it.
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    Have fun

    optional args:
    -h hostname
    -u username
    -w password
    -t timeout (default 120000)
    -p policy
    -v
    toolbox commands:
    ucli install mackage-name
    ucli uninstall mackage-name
    ucli update
    ucli upgrade
    ucli requestInstall mackage-name
    toolbox lists:
    ucli available
    ucli installed
    ucli uninstalled
    ucli upgradable
    ucli uptodate
    node manager commands:
    ucli instantiate mackage-name [ args ]
    ucli start TID
    ucli stop TID
    ucli destroy TID
    ucli neverStarted
    node manager lists:
    ucli instances
    node live sessions:
    ucli sessions [ TID ]
    admin manager:
    ucli who
    ucli getRegInfo
    ucli passwd [ -a | -d ] login [ password ]
    uvm commands:
    ucli shutdown
    ucli serverStats
    ucli gc
    ucli loadRup
    ucli setProperty key value
    policy manager:
    ucli addPolicy name [notes]
    ucli listPolicies
    reporting manager:
    ucli isReportingEnabled
    ucli areReportsAvailable
    ucli prepareReports [ args ]
    ucli startReports
    ucli stopReports
    logging manager:
    ucli userLogs tid
    ucli resetLogs
    ucli logError [text]
    apt commands:
    ucli register mackage-name
    ucli unregister mackage-name
    argon commands:
    nucli server commands:
    ucli restartCliServer
    debugging commands:
    ucli aptTail
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    jnettop - it seems to show some good info, but it is showing my WAN connection and such, how can i view where the bandwidth is going on the LAN side... example my UT box says i am using about 80kb steady in.... but i want to know who it is..

    how do i change the device from eth0 to eth1

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    jnettop -i eth1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathiau View Post
    jnettop - it seems to show some good info, but it is showing my WAN connection and such, how can i view where the bandwidth is going on the LAN side... example my UT box says i am using about 80kb steady in.... but i want to know who it is..

    how do i change the device from eth0 to eth1

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    jnettop -i eth1

    or I think just hit I inside jnettop
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    Pressing the number keys switches between the available interfaces on your server.
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    Can this threath be a sticky at top of forum for easy access ? is becoming a bible

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