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PCS Uptime vs sysUpTime

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sthon
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PCS Uptime vs sysUpTime

  • The snmp system uptime (sysUpTime) object returns the time elapsed (in hundredths of a second), from when the SNMP agent was started.

https://kb.pulsesecure.net/articles/Pulse_Secure_Article/KB12276

any idea how to find out via snmp what is the real system uptime (e.g. due to reload or rebooting ? )
Could not find any infos in the MIB :-(

thx

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r@yElr3y
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Re: PCS Uptime vs sysUpTime

@sthon Try hrSystemUptime OID, it works for me.

 

OID - 1.3.6.1.2.1.25.1.1

 

result:

iso.3.6.1.2.1.25.1.1.0 = Timeticks: (251402540) 29 days, 2:20:25.40

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r@yElr3y
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Re: PCS Uptime vs sysUpTime

@sthon During a reboot or shutdown, SNMP agent will also get restarted so it should provide the right uptime. Any issues with that?

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sthon
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Re: PCS Uptime vs sysUpTime

Hi,

 

so the "sysUpTime" isn´t the sysUpTime of the device/box, it is more the sysUptime of the snmp daemon.
I have an issue with that, cause we are running in a bug, that all Services (incl snmpd) where restarted, due to an internal error, and my alarming shows me that the sysUpTime is e.g. less then 10min, so my monitoring think, that the box rebooted :-(

sthon
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Re: PCS Uptime vs sysUpTime

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any more infos about it ?

thx

r@yElr3y
Moderator

Re: PCS Uptime vs sysUpTime

@sthon Try hrSystemUptime OID, it works for me.

 

OID - 1.3.6.1.2.1.25.1.1

 

result:

iso.3.6.1.2.1.25.1.1.0 = Timeticks: (251402540) 29 days, 2:20:25.40

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