How Can I see disk raid environment via API from 5000 Series?

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How Can I see disk raid environment via API from 5000 Series?

Hello.

 

I would like to see raid environment via API

even though Disk-raid appears from the API web, I cannot get information.

 

The error came out that

 

<response status="error">
<msg>
<line>An error occured. See dagger.log for information.</line>
</msg>
</response>
 
I would you guys like to run api
Is there anybody ocurred problem same as me?
 
and I tried to watch dagger.log in mp-log
 

AttributeError: 'raid_handler' object has no attribute 'status_xml'

2016-03-10 21:42:02.828 -0800 OPCMD: handler "raid_handler.status"

AttributeError: 'raid_handler' object has no attribute 'status_xml'

2016-03-10 21:51:57.595 -0800 OPCMD: handler "raid_handler.status"

AttributeError: 'raid_handler' object has no attribute 'status_xml'

2016-03-10 21:52:04.456 -0800 OPCMD: handler "raid_handler.detailed"

 

...!

 

Thank you

 
I don't know what exact problem though watched it
 
Thank you
 
 
L7 Applicator

Re: How Can I see disk raid environment via API from 5000 Series?

Hello,

 

What PAN-OS Version are you running on that particular 5000 series firewall?

I have shortly tested this and on 6.1.8 I get the same errors. On 7.0.5-h2 these commands are working.

 

--> This is a bug which was fixed in 7.0.3 but not in eralier releases

--> Bug ID: 67254 - Fixed an issue where an XML API call for system RAID failed with an attribute error for raid_handler object

 

Regards,

Remo

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