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Check for new MEA versions using CLI 7.0.1

You can check whether a new version of an enabled management extension application (MEA) is available on the Fortinet registry by using the diagnose docker status command.

When the latest version of an enabled MEA is running on FortiManager, the version is reported as (up to date). When a new image is available on the Fortinet registry for an enabled MEA, the output displays (new image available).

After enabling each application, run the diagnose docker status command to see the following output:

FMG-VM64 # diagnose docker status

fortiaiops: running (up to date)

fortiauthenticator: running (up to date)

fortiportal: running (up to date)

fortisigconverter: running (up to date)

fortisoar: running (up to date)

fortiwlm: running (up to date)

sdwancontroller: running (up to date)

universalconnector: running (up to date)

FMG-VM64 #

If FortiManager is unable to resolve the registry servers, the following output is displayed:

FMG-VM64 # diagnose docker status

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortiaiops: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortiauthenticator: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortiportal: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortisigconverter: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortisoar: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortiwlm: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

sdwancontroller: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

universalconnector: running (up to date)

FMG-VM64 #

Check for new MEA versions using CLI 7.0.1

You can check whether a new version of an enabled management extension application (MEA) is available on the Fortinet registry by using the diagnose docker status command.

When the latest version of an enabled MEA is running on FortiManager, the version is reported as (up to date). When a new image is available on the Fortinet registry for an enabled MEA, the output displays (new image available).

After enabling each application, run the diagnose docker status command to see the following output:

FMG-VM64 # diagnose docker status

fortiaiops: running (up to date)

fortiauthenticator: running (up to date)

fortiportal: running (up to date)

fortisigconverter: running (up to date)

fortisoar: running (up to date)

fortiwlm: running (up to date)

sdwancontroller: running (up to date)

universalconnector: running (up to date)

FMG-VM64 #

If FortiManager is unable to resolve the registry servers, the following output is displayed:

FMG-VM64 # diagnose docker status

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortiaiops: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortiauthenticator: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortiportal: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortisigconverter: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortisoar: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

fortiwlm: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

sdwancontroller: running (up to date)

Failed to get local or remote image digest

universalconnector: running (up to date)

FMG-VM64 #