PA-220 Thermal Shutdown

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PA-220 Thermal Shutdown

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Morning All,

 

Here in the UK, we are in the midst of a heatwave and we have had 2 PA-220's shutdown for heat issues.

 

I can't find anywhere at what temperature the Palo shutdown due to temps? I thought it was the MAX Chasis temp, however, we have another Palo that's passed the MAX of 60c and not shutdown.

 

Has anyone got any info or experience?

 

Thanks.

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hi @AdamRayner 

Do you have other PA-220 which passed 60°C or other paloalto firewalls?

When you enter the cli command "show system environmentals" you see the current values and also the min and max values for different environmental sensors. For example on a PA-220 here it looks like the following:

show system environmentals

----Thermal----
Slot Description Alarm Degrees C Min C Max C
S1 Temperature @ U48 False 47.50 0.00 60.00
S1 Temperature @ U49 False 45.50 0.00 60.00
S1 Temperature @ Cavium Core False 47.83 0.00 80.00

 

----Power----
Slot Description Alarm Volts Min V Max V
S1 0.85V Power Rail False 0.85 0.76 0.94
S1 0.9V Power Rail False 0.90 0.81 0.99
S1 1.2V Power Rail False 1.19 1.08 1.32
S1 1.8V Power Rail False 1.77 1.62 1.98
S1 2.5V Power Rail False 2.37 2.25 2.75
S1 3.3V Power Rail False 3.32 2.97 3.63
S1 3.3V SD Power Rail False 3.31 2.97 3.63
S1 5.0V Power Rail False 4.99 4.50 5.50
S1 12.0V IN A Power Rail False 12.07 11.40 12.60
S1 12.0V IN B Power Rail False 11.40 11.40 12.60

----Power Supplies----
Slot Description Alarm Inserted
S1 Power Supply #1 False True
S1 Power Supply #2 False False

Thanks for the reply.

 

This is one that's just gone high.

 


----Thermal----
Slot Description Alarm Degrees C Min C Max C
S1 Temperature @ U48 True 60.50 0.00 60.00
S1 Temperature @ U49 True 60.50 0.00 60.00
S1 Temperature @ Cavium Core False 62.77 0.00 80.00

 

I just wonder when they actually shut down.

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