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F5 Big IP File Locations

In case anyone is looking for this informaiton

/config/bigip_base.conf
- The base configuration file is located here:

/config/bigip_sys.conf
- The system configuration file is located here:

/config/bigip.conf
- The LTM configuration file is located here:

/config/bigip_local.conf
- The (bigpipe) shell configuration file is located here:

/config/bigip/auth/pam.d/
- User authentication configuration files are located in the relevant directory under:

/var/local/ucs/
- User Configuration Set (UCS) files are located here:

/usr/libdata/configsync/cs.dat
- The file that controls what is included in a User Configuration Set (UCS) file is located here:

/var/local/scf/
- Single Configuration Files (SCF) are located here:

/etc/logrotate.conf
- The logrotate (log rotation) configuration file is located here:

/var/log/
/shared/log/
- The log files are located here:

/config/bigip.license
- The license file is located here: - this file should never be edited. A backup of this file is usually found here: /config/bigip.license.bak

/tmp/keys.out
- If you run the find_keys command it creates a file listing all license keys on the device here:

/config/httpd/conf/ssl.key/server.key
- The device's own SSL key is located here:

/config/httpd/conf/ssl.crt/server.crt
- The device's own SSL certificate is located here:

/config/failover/active
- Commands or scripts listed in this file: will be executed when the redundancy state becomes active.

/config/failover/standby
- Commands or scripts listed in this file: will be executed when the redundancy state becomes standby.

/etc/cron.hourly/
/etc/cron.daily/
/etc/cron.weekly/
/cron.monthly/

/shared/snapshot/
- The default location for snapshot files is:

/etc/alertd/alert.conf
- default SNMP traps, this file should not be edited
/config/user_alert.conf
- user-defined SNMP traps

/usr/share/snmp/mibs/
- F5 BigIP specific and non-F5 BigIP MIBs used to monitor and manage the platform can be found here in text format: They can also be found here in compressed tar format: /usr/local/www/docs/mibs/

/usr/local/www/tmui/tmui/skins/Default/images
- Graphics files used within the web based management interface can be found here: . Note replacements will probably be lost during an upgrade.

/config/net-snmp/snmp.conf

/var/local/ucs
- configuration backups location
/shared/images
- where .iso imagaes are located
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Comment made 26-Feb-2016 by Shivakumar Biradar 0
good info!
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Comment made 4 months ago by RiverFish 312

Nice! Here are a couple more...

certs: /config/filestore/files_d/Common_d/certificate_d

ifiles: /config/filestore/files_d/Common_d/ifile_d/

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Thanks for the information
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Hi John,

Thanks for the info. It's very useful information.

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Thank you very much

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nice, might be a good addition to the 201 study guide.

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Thanks a useful Info...

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Hello,

Can someone please tell me where the crontab file is saved, the one edited when you do "crontab -e" as user root?

Thanks.

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Comment made 19-Jun-2015 by Sylvain 186
Found it : /var/spool/cron/root ;-)
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Thanks for this info, but one question is this specific to version 12? I see that there are few changes in the file location when compared to old versions..

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Comment made 09-Apr-2016 by prak 296
can anyone tell me about APM login page ? that which scrpit language is used for this and what is the location ? can we upload some custom script to change login page view? Regards Prak
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