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F5 Big-IP TMOS command to filter out inactive Virtual Servers and Pools?

Hi everyone, i'm currenly working on a Python F5 Big-IP Automation project and trying to find a solution to filter out inactive VIP's and Pools (0 hits in the last 12 months).

Is there an easy way to filter this out? Or any other way to this with the GUI or Splunk?

Kind Regards,

Mohsen Bergane

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Hi Mohsen,

I'am not sure is possible to check if a pool, vs or node in the last 12 month (least or more), unless you have set up a very specific monitoring or feedback logs ...

However in statistic you can see bits, packet (in out) that transit in the object you want (vs, node, ...) since you reset statistics info...

regards

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Comment made 06-Jun-2018 by Mohsen_Bergane@F5 1

Thanks, i'll try using the Packet (in/out/total) stats and this: show ltm virtual | grep -e Ltm::Virtual -e "timeframe" for the scripts.

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Comment made 07-Jun-2018 by MSZ 473

Hi, you can see the event logs hits from the last possible available logs. you specify the date before 1 year and then check the logs.

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Comment made 09-Jun-2018 by Mohsen_Bergane@F5 1

Thanks for the tip, i'll try this too.

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Hi

If this project is New start project. I don`t know.

My company sale F5 and Monitoring server together.

Monitoring server collect Syslog and SNMNP data.

If there is MNS server, your work goes very easy.

If not, 3rd-party server should collect 'show ltm virtual ~~~~~' for 12month.

Case-open or Professional Service guide best solution.

have a good day.

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