CLI Commands : file

file
Use these commands to manage stats, and tcpdump reports.
file
debug-dump
delete <filename>
email <filename>
upload <filename> {<URL> | <SCP>}
stats
delete <filename>
move <source_filename> <dest_filename>
upload <filename> {<URL> | <SCP>}
tcpdump
delete <filename>
upload <filename> {<URL> | <SCP>}
Notes:
debug-dump—Generate files useful for system debugging.
delete—Delete the specified debug dump file.
email—Send the specified debug dump in email to the list of configured recipients for informational (info) events, regardless of whether they have requested to receive detailed notifications or not.
upload—Upload the specified debug dump file to the specified URL*.
stats—Manipulate statistics report files. See stats for details.
delete—Delete a statistics report file by name.
move—Rename (to a new location) a statistics report file.
upload—Upload a statistics report file*.
tcpdump—Manipulate tcpdump output files.
delete—Delete the specified tcpdump file.
upload—Upload the specified tcpdump file to the specified URL*.
* Only FTP and TFTP URLs, as well as SCP pseudo-URLs are supported for the destination. See the “Command Arguments Key” on page 95 for the scp URL format and requirements.
show files
debug-dump [<filename>]
stats [<filename>]
tcpdump [<filename>]
Notes:
debug-dump—Display a list of debug dump files. Use the filename option to display a summary of the contents of a particular debug dump file.
stats—Display a list of statistics report files. Use the filename option to display the contents of a particular statistics report file.
tcpdump—Display a list of tcpdump files. Use the filename option to display a summary of the contents of a particular tcpdump file.

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