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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

CLI for management extensions

You can use the CLI console to enable, disable, update, debug, and check the management extension.

To enable management extensions:
  1. Enable the production registry:

    FMG-VM64 # config system docker

    (docker)# set status

    enable     Enable production registry.

  2. Enable the management application.

    (docker)# set

    fortiaiops Enable/disable container.

    fortiauthenticator Enable/disable container.

    fortiportal Enable/disable container.

    fortisigconverter Enable/disable container.

    fortisoar Enable/disable container.

    fortiwlm Enable/disable container.

    sdwancontroller Enable/disable container.

    universalconnector Enable/disable container.

To disable management extensions:

config system docker

(docker)# get

(docker)# set {fortiaiops | fortiauthenticator | fortiportal | fortisigconverter | fortisoar | fortiwlm | sdwancontroller | universalconnector} disable

To debug management extensions:

diagnose debug application docker

To clean up or check management extensions:

diagnose docker {cleanup|status}

To limit CPU and RAM resources for management extensions:

config system docker

(docker)# set cpu <integer> #Set the maximum % of CPU usage (10 - 50, default = 50).

(docker)# set mem <integer> #Set the maximum % of RAM usage (10 - 50, default = 50).

  • The CLI commands allow you to set the resource limit globally for all management extension applications.
  • If management extension applications reach the limit of allocated FortiManager resource, a warning appears in the Alert Message Console widget.

See also Checking for new versions and upgrading.

CLI for management extensions

You can use the CLI console to enable, disable, update, debug, and check the management extension.

To enable management extensions:
  1. Enable the production registry:

    FMG-VM64 # config system docker

    (docker)# set status

    enable     Enable production registry.

  2. Enable the management application.

    (docker)# set

    fortiaiops Enable/disable container.

    fortiauthenticator Enable/disable container.

    fortiportal Enable/disable container.

    fortisigconverter Enable/disable container.

    fortisoar Enable/disable container.

    fortiwlm Enable/disable container.

    sdwancontroller Enable/disable container.

    universalconnector Enable/disable container.

To disable management extensions:

config system docker

(docker)# get

(docker)# set {fortiaiops | fortiauthenticator | fortiportal | fortisigconverter | fortisoar | fortiwlm | sdwancontroller | universalconnector} disable

To debug management extensions:

diagnose debug application docker

To clean up or check management extensions:

diagnose docker {cleanup|status}

To limit CPU and RAM resources for management extensions:

config system docker

(docker)# set cpu <integer> #Set the maximum % of CPU usage (10 - 50, default = 50).

(docker)# set mem <integer> #Set the maximum % of RAM usage (10 - 50, default = 50).

  • The CLI commands allow you to set the resource limit globally for all management extension applications.
  • If management extension applications reach the limit of allocated FortiManager resource, a warning appears in the Alert Message Console widget.

See also Checking for new versions and upgrading.