Is it possible to schedule a reboot at a specific time.
I do know there is a manual reboot, but I thought It would make life easier if I could keep a scheduled reboot of the device to a specific time
like at midnight.
Any options via CLI or something.
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A year on and as a new customer of this product was surprised that this feature was not already available, most products I use have this feature be it cisco, watchguard etc.
And saying get an external device to do the work, well what a cop out!!!, so get the feature added stop messing about.
Yes I have now passed this back to PA via my Sales Engineer, I have also asked him to ask for a change so we can all simply put our feature requests in via a portal they should make it much easer than it currently is.
The PA firewalls are very stable, I have to admit that. However, we recognized that commit times improve if we restart the two services below from time to time. It would be nice if a schedule on the box could do the job once a week or so...
debug software restart device-server
debug software restart management-server
Agreed, the current process is very difficult. Wouldn't it mean more to PA if the request came directly from the customer and not through a PA employee? Why do all services require a middle man these days?
What could be the script to be scheduled via cron?
I would try this. Suggestions?
sshpass -p "mypassword" ssh email@example.com << "request restart system"
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