Check System Temperature

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Overview

This document describes the CLI commands to provide information on the hardware status of a Palo Alto Networks device.

Note: For PAN-OS 5.0 and above. The commands do not apply to the Palo Alto Networks VM-Series platforms.

Details

To view hardware alarms ('False' indicates 'no alarm'):

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> show system state match alarm

chassis.alarm: { }
chassis.leds: { 'alarm': Off, 'fans': Green, 'ha': Off, 'status': Green, 'temp': Green, }
env.s0.fan.0: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': True, 'desc': Fan #1 Operational, 'min': 1, }
env.s0.fan.1: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': True, 'desc': Fan #2 Operational, 'min': 1, }
env.s0.power.0: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 1.051, 'desc': 1.05V Power Rail, 'hyst': 0.007, 'max': 1.130, 'min': 0.980, 'samples': [ 1.045, 1.055, 1.055, ], }
env.s0.power.1: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 1.094, 'desc': 1.1V Power Rail, 'hyst': 0.007, 'max': 1.180, 'min': 1.030, 'samples': [ 1.104, 1.084, 1.094, ], }
env.s0.power.2: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 1.214, 'desc': 1.2V Power Rail, 'hyst': 0.014, 'max': 1.350, 'min': 1.080, 'samples': [ 1.211, 1.221, 1.211, ], }
env.s0.power.3: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 1.807, 'desc': 1.8V Power Rail, 'hyst': 0.018, 'max': 1.980, 'min': 1.620, 'samples': [ 1.807, 1.807, 1.807, ], }
env.s0.power.4: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 2.490, 'desc': 2.5V Power Rail, 'hyst': 0.025, 'max': 2.750, 'min': 2.250, 'samples': [ 2.490, 2.490, 2.490, ], }
env.s0.power.5: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 3.340, 'desc': 3.3V Power Rail, 'hyst': 0.033, 'max': 3.630, 'min': 2.970, 'samples': [ 3.340, 3.340, 3.340, ], }
env.s0.power.6: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 4.980, 'desc': 5.0V Power Rail, 'hyst': 0.050, 'max': 5.500, 'min': 4.500, 'samples': [ 4.980, 4.980, 4.980, ], }
env.s0.power.7: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 2.490, 'desc': 3.0V RTC Battery, 'hyst': 0.175, 'max': 3.500, 'samples': [ 2.490, 2.490, 2.490, ], }
env.s0.thermal.0: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 30.500, 'desc': Temperature at MP [U6], 'hyst': 2.250, 'max': 50.000, 'min': 5.000, 'samples': [ 30.500, 30.500, 30.500, ], }
env.s0.thermal.1: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 34.500, 'desc': Temperature at DP [U7], 'hyst': 2.250, 'max': 50.000, 'min': 5.000, 'samples': [ 34.500, 34.500, 34.500, ], }
ha.runtime.device.alarm: False
hw.slot0.leds: { 'alarm': Off, 'fans': Green, 'ha': Off, 'status': Green, 'temp': Green, }

Other command samples:

> show system state filter env.* match alarm

System

> show system state match fan

> show system state match power

To display the most recent critical hardware alarms (Use the tab key to determine the options for the italicized words: Backward = most recent, forward = oldest)

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> show log system severity greater-than-or-equal critical direction equal backward
Time Severity Subtype Object EventID ID Description
01/20 06:51:58 critical ha unknown 0 HA Group 1: commit on local device with running configuration not synchronized; synchronize manually
12/23 14:29:21 critical ha unknown 0 HA Group 1: moved from state Passive to state Active
12/23 14:29:12 critical ha unknown 0 HA Group 1: moved from state Non-Functional to state Passive
12/23 14:27:15 critical general unknown 0 Chassis Master Alarm: HA-event
12/23 14:27:15 critical ha unknown 0 HA Group 1: moved from state Active to state Non-Functional
12/23 14:27:15 critical ha unknown 0 HA Group 1: dataplane is down
12/23 14:27:01 critical general unknown 0 Heartbeat triggering a restart of 'data-plane' from the control-plane
11/09 17:39:44 critical general unknown 0 Chassis Master Alarm: Fans
11/09 17:39:44 critical general unknown 0 Fan #3 Speed: 5778.70 above high-limit 5750.00
09/29 08:52:26 critical ha unknown 0 HA Group 1: commit on local device with running configuration not synchronized; synchronize manually
09/20 09:09:44 critical general unknown 0 Fan #3 Speed: 5778.70 above high-limit 5750.00
09/20 09:09:44 critical general unknown 0 Chassis Master Alarm: Fans
09/20 09:09:04 critical general unknown 0 Chassis Master Alarm: Fans
09/20 09:09:04 critical general unknown 0 Fan #3 Speed: 5776.98 above high-limit 5750.00
06/20 12:37:04 critical general unknown 0 Chassis Master Alarm: Fans
06/20 12:37:04 critical general unknown 0 Fan #1 Speed: 5845.59 above high-limit 5750.00

To display Thermal, Fans and Power status:

> show system environmentals

----Thermal----

Slot Description Alarm Degrees C

S0 Temperature at 3830 [U85] False 43.33

S0 Temperature at LION [U86] False 43.83

S0 Temperature at Phy [U87] False 38.33

Pc Temperature Monitoring

S0 Temperature at CPLD [U88] False 44.50

----Fans----

Slot Description Alarm RPMs

S0 Fan #1 RPM False 14673

S0 Fan #2 RPM False 14465

S0 Fan #3 RPM False 14261

S0 Fan #4 RPM False 15004

----Power----

Slot Description Alarm Volts

S0 1.0V Power Rail False 0.98

S0 1.2V Power Rail False 1.20

S0 1.5V Power Rail False 1.51

S0 1.8V Power Rail False 1.80

Chexsystems

S0 2.5V Power Rail False 2.48

S0 3.3V Power Rail False 3.31

S0 5.0V Power Rail False 5.02

Pc temperature monitoring

S0 3.3V RTC Battery False 3.22

To check hardware alarm in logs:

> less mp-log ehmon.log

*

* Ehmon (v3.0)

*

Jan 07 01:54:26 Start time.

Jan 07 01:54:28 Loading: libfans.so... done

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Jan 07 01:54:28 Loading: libpower.so... done

Jan 07 01:54:28 Loading: libthermal.so... done

Jan 07 01:55:28 Sensor Alarm [True ]: Fan #1 RPM = 8472

Jan 07 01:55:48 Sensor Alarm [False]: Fan #1 RPM = 8509

Jan 07 01:56:48 Sensor Alarm [True ]: Fan #1 RPM = 8437

Jan 07 01:57:28 Sensor Alarm [False]: Fan #1 RPM = 8544

Note: The alarm LED should clear when the condition that triggered it has cleared.

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