01-28-2015 07:15 PM
We recently bought a PA500, and we've been annoyed at how slow it is to commit its config. We mentioned this to our SE the other day, and he explained that there was a memory upgrade available.
We're not sure if we have 1GB or 2GB of memory, and I'd like to find out - can anyone explain how to tell if we have the upgrade?
01-28-2015 07:43 PM
Please apply below mentioned CLI command to identify the memory on your PAN-500 firewall.
Example: PA-500 with 2 GB RAM on the management-plane:
admin@PA-500> show system resources
Mem: 2028576k total >>>>>>>>> It's a 2 GB Memory , 1193104k used,
Swap: 2008084k total, 0k used
Hope this helps.
01-28-2015 07:57 PM
I ran the command... the relevant lines are
Mem: 1970840k total, 1920376k used, 50464k free, 68824k buffers
Swap: 2008084k total, 165980k used, 1842104k free, 340936k cached
So should I take that to mean we have a 2GB upgrade already?
01-28-2015 07:59 PM
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