Checkpoint has made available starting with R77 this helpful information utility called cpview of which not many are aware. This is basically a Bash script that runs a bunch of native Checkpoint commands in the background and displays the output on the terminal while updating the data every other second.
– Running the command (you have to be in the Expert mode):
#cpview
– File location:
# which cpview
alias cpview='/bin/cpview_start.sh'

/bin/cpview_start.sh
– Some of the commands the utility runs:
fw ctl pstat
fw ctl multik stat
fw ctl affinity -l -r

Example output:cpview