how to check when the dataplane has restarted?

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how to check when the dataplane has restarted?

Hi All,..

how to check when the dataplane has restarted? what is the CLI command for the same?

Regards,

Gururaj


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Re: how to check when the dataplane has restarted?

Ref Accessing Management Plane and Data Plane Uptime on a Palo Alto Networks Device

Uptime may differ between management plane and data plane.

Management Plane

CLI command: show system resource | match up
The following is a sample output of the command.
Screen Shot 2013-04-05 at 8.50.54 AM.png

Data Plane

CLI command: show system info | match uptime
The following is a sample output of the command.
Screen Shot 2013-04-05 at 8.51.13 AM.png

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Re: how to check when the dataplane has restarted?

Ref Accessing Management Plane and Data Plane Uptime on a Palo Alto Networks Device

Uptime may differ between management plane and data plane.

Management Plane

CLI command: show system resource | match up
The following is a sample output of the command.
Screen Shot 2013-04-05 at 8.50.54 AM.png

Data Plane

CLI command: show system info | match uptime
The following is a sample output of the command.
Screen Shot 2013-04-05 at 8.51.13 AM.png

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Re: how to check when the dataplane has restarted?

Hi,

On the Dashboard on the Web Gui you can find this information in the General information as shown below in the snap shot.

GI.PNG.png

Thanks,

Syed R Hasnain

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Re: how to check when the dataplane has restarted?

Hello,

Just to add a point more, we can see the information in the system logs as below,

DP.PNG.png

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