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Backup iApp configuration

Koalan
Cirrus
Cirrus

Hi,

 

Is there a possible way to backup the iApp configuration I have?

 

for example i have this PERS_EXH_HYB_APP.app

 

is there a way i can backup it's configuration setup (VS, POOLS, rules, etc.) ?

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Andrew-F5
F5 Employee
F5 Employee

The simplest means is to take a UCS archive although I understand that's much broader in scope.

You could output the configuration via TMSH but it becomes more difficult to reload it later due to iApps creating folders for themselves. You could manually recreate the folder via TMSH then merge the config to reload it later.

 

If you're just looking for a reference point to rebuild it later you could just output and save the tmsh command below.

tmsh list /sys application service myHttpApp.app/myHttpApp ◘ I created an HTTP iApp titled 'myHttpApp' in my labroot@(bigip1)(cfg-sync Standalone)(Active)(/Common)(tmos)# list /sys application service myHttpApp.app/myHttpApp sys application service myHttpApp.app/myHttpApp { device-group none inherited-devicegroup true inherited-traffic-group true tables { net__snatpool_members { } pool__hosts { } pool__members { column-names { addr port connection_limit } rows { { row { "" 80 0 } } } } } template f5.http traffic-group traffic-group-1 variables { afm__policy { value "/#do_not_use#" } asm__use_asm { value "/#do_not_use#" } client__http_compression { value "/#create_new#" } monitor__monitor { value "/#create_new#" } monitor__response { } monitor__uri { value / } net__client_mode { value wan } net__server_mode { value lan } net__v13_tcp { value warn } pool__addr { value 1.2.3.4 } pool__pool_to_use { value "/#create_new#" } pool__port { value 80 } ssl__mode { value no_ssl } ssl_encryption_questions__advanced { value no } ssl_encryption_questions__help { value hide } } }

 

This is helpful. Thank you!