ssh-troubleshoot — tool for collecting system information
ssh-troubleshoot(ssh-troubleshoot.cmd on Windows) is a tool for collecting information on the operating system (its version, patches, configuration settings, installed software components, and the current environment and state) and on the SSH Tectia installation (installed product components and versions, their state, and the global and user-specific configurations). The collected information will be stored in a
tar file on Unix or a
log file on Windows. Send the file to the SSH Tectia Technical Support for analysis to help in troubleshooting situations.
To get all necessary information, run the command as an administrator, because it might need root access to some directories.
Enter each option separately, they cannot be combined (not valid:
The following options are available:
Defines that the data collecting is continued as long as possible, even after errors are encountered. Not supported on Windows.
Defines a non-default output file for storing the collected data. Not supported on Windows.
-', the collected data is added to the standard output. The default output file is created in a temporary archive directory and stored as
ssh-troubleshoot-data-<hostname>-<timestamp>.tar. The timestamp is in format:
Defines another user for the info command, the default is the current user. This affects the home directory from which the user-specific SSH Tectia configuration files are fetched. Not supported on Windows.
Suppresses detailed reporting about the command progress, reports only errors.
Displays this help text.
ssh-troubleshoot accepts the following command:
Gathers information about the system configuration. The collected data will be stored as a
tarfile on Unix or a
logfile on Windows.
Collects everything from the specified user's configuration directories, including the private keys. By default, the private keys nor unrecognized files are not included in the result data. This option is not supported on Windows.
Command syntax on Unix:
# ssh-troubleshoot info --include-private-keys
Command syntax on Windows:
# ssh-troubleshoot.cmd info