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Last CUCM reboot

Last CUCM reboot

Last CUCM reboot

Anyone know how to tell when CUCM was last rebooted? Is that at the OS level or can I find it in RTMT?

RE: Last CUCM reboot

Found this online. Have not tried it myself sorry.

Download the install/upgrade logs from the Cisco Unified Real-Time Monitoring Tool (RTMT), and gather the system-history.log.
Enter the file view install system-history.log command on the command-line interface (CLI).

Examine each instance of root: Boot, and confirm that each instance is preceded by one of these lines:

root: Restart
root: Shutdown
root: Install
root: Upgrade
If a boot instance is not proceeded by a Restart, Shutdown, Install, or Upgrade, there was likely an unclean shutdown.
This is an example of an unclean shutdown:
08/14/2012 13:36:09 | root: Boot Start
08/14/2012 17:28:25 | root: Boot Start

RE: Last CUCM reboot

When you log in via CLI it will tell you how long the server been up

RE: Last CUCM reboot

Thanks! I was trying to avoid the CLI route if possible (long story).

RE: Last CUCM reboot

Did you look in the unified reporting to see? I'm sure there's a report in there to show you that info. System or something.

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