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cisco prime infrastructure 2.0 commands

  So have the server up and running, cant browse to the system, but have found no good documentation that details the CLI commands to check for status of the application. I can ssh to the server, but want to find out if any of the services are running. Show running-config is doesnt have really anything in it.

Thanks for the help

JJ                  

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Re: cisco prime infrastructure 2.0 commands

If I am not wrong, show application status xxx gives you information about the required processes running on the server (NMS one of the important ones).

I have to mention that Firefox above 23, IE 10 and recent Chrome version do not work properly on PI (we experienced some issues recently and realized about this situation). So downgrade for example Firefox to version 23 (http://www.oldapps.com) and if all the processes are running in your PI and try again.

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Re: cisco prime infrastructure 2.0 commands

ncs stop

ncs start

ncs status

Here's a link to all CLI commands:::

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/prime_infrastructure/1.2/command/reference/cli12_appendix_011.html

If you can't https to the GUI, it doesn't sound like all NCS status are running so run an ncs status to see what's not running---

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cisco prime infrastructure 2.0 commands

Hi Jeffrey,

To show application information of the installed application packages on the system, use the show application command in EXEC mode.

show application [status | version [app_name]]

Syntax Description

status

Displays the status of the installed application.

version

Displays the application version for an installed application—the  Prime Infrastructure.

app_name

Name of the installed application.

Check the following links aswell,

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/prime_infrastructure/2.0/command/reference/cli20_appendix_011.html#wp4092929924

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/prime_infrastructure/2.0/command/reference/cli20_appendix_011.html#wp3798718672

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