Agent Health Check

Agent 1.x series

The App Infrastructure Protection (AIP) Agent uses a two-way connection to communicate with the AIP backend. To check the connection health, run the cloudsight status command. The results indicate the health of AIP’s processes and connection.

The cloudsight status command returns the following connection information:

AIP Cloud Sight RUNNING or STOPPED with Process ID
AIP Connection CONNECTED, DISCONNECTED, or WAITING FOR READY*
AIP Audit Collection Service RUNNING or STOPPED with Process ID
AIP File Integrity Monitoring  RUNNING or STOPPED with Process ID

*If the Agent does not receive a READY response within 30 seconds, then it attempts to reconnect.

Additionally, as a host-based Agent feature, you can run the cloudsight setup -q command to return quiet output results.

Note

You cannot run the cloudsight status -q command in a 1.x container.

The command returns the following information:

Connections 0 (running) or 1 (stopped)
Processes 0 (active) or 1 (disconnected)

 

Agent 2.x+ series

The AIP Agent uses a two-way connection to communicate with the AIP backend. To check the connection health, run the tsagent status command. The results indicate the health of AIP’s processes and connection.

The tsagent status command returns the following connection information:

AIP Agent Daemon CONNECTED, DISCONNECTED, or WAITING FOR READY*
AIP Backend Connection CONNECTED, DISCONNECTED, or WAITING FOR READY*
AIP Login Collector RUNNING or STOPPED with Process ID
AIP Audit Collection Service RUNNING or STOPPED with Process ID
AIP Log Scan Service CONNECTED, DISCONNECTED, or WAITING FOR READY*
AIP Host Info Collector RUNNING or STOPPED with Process ID
AIP Vulnerability Scanner RUNNING or STOPPED with Process ID
AIP Heartbeat Service RUNNING or STOPPED with Process ID
AIP File Integrity Monitoring  RUNNING or STOPPED with Process ID

*If the Agent does not receive a READY response within 30 seconds, then it attempts to reconnect.

Additionally, as a feature, you can run the tsagent status -q command to return quiet output results.

The command returns the following information:

Connections 0 (running) or 1 (stopped)
Processes 0 (active) or 1 (disconnected)
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