How to restart dataplane from command line?

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How to restart dataplane from command line?

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CLI guide is silent about this

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'request restart dataplane'

 

There's a useful command to find CLI commands using 'find command keyword'

 

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'request restart dataplane'

 

There's a useful command to find CLI commands using 'find command keyword'

 

Cheers,

-Kim.

LIVEcommunity team member, CISSP
Cheers,
Kiwi
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is it will impact the entire network?

In which situation we need to restart data plane... Will there be an impact on prod traffic? 

Yes it will impact the Prod traffic if you restart the data plane.

MP

I tried the "find" command, I could not find any relevant command to restart the dataplane.

I read it should be "request restart dataplane".

 

I read that it could be done from the GUI, in Device -> Restart dataplane.

But i cannot find it either.

 

I answer myself. VM versions don't have that feature.

I guess I will have to do a full restart of the VM.

 

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Note that "This option is not available on Panorama or PA-220, PA-800 Series, or VM-Series firewalls." 

So that's why you can't find the command and you don't see the option in the WebUI.

For details, see: https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/pan-os/10-1/pan-os-web-interface-help/device/device-setup-operatio...

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