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How to determine which version of IDP is currently being run

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Article ID: KB5931 KB Last Updated: 26 Dec 2012Version: 5.0
Summary:
This article provides information on how to determine which version of IDP is currently being run.
Symptoms:
For troubleshooting purposes, an administrator will need to know what version of IDP is running on the device.
Cause:

Solution:

Via the CLI:

Log in as root and then issue the following command:

[root@defaulthost ~]# scio getsystem
Product Name: NS-IDP-75
Serial Number: 0230012008000011
Software Version: 5.1.139197
IDP Mode: transparent
HA Mode: Disabled
Detector Version: 5.1.110120404
Software License: Permanent
Software Expiration Date: never

The version of the software is highlighted above in bold. It also shows other information, such as the detector version, serial number, deployment mode, and so on.

The other command to verify the software version is as follows:

scio version

The output of the command will look as follows:

[root@defaulthost ~]# scio version
scio 5.1.139197
kernel 5.1.139197

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