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CLI command

Hi,

Is there a command to see how the callmanager was booted? from power failure or from a clean shutdown?

thanks,

JH

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Cisco Employee

Re: CLI command

No, there is no CLI command to get any of that info

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java

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Silver

Re: CLI command

OK,

Should be implemented though!!!

This is critical!

Thanks,

Bye,

Jan

Cisco Employee

Re: CLI command

Get in touch with your AM if you want to submit a PER for that

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java

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Silver

Re: CLI command

Thanks, I will


Jan

Re: CLI command

Hi,

Although there's no CLI command for that, as Java said, I think it could be workaround by researching performance counters, alerts, traces and audit logs from the RTMT to determine the cause of a callmanager restarted.

Maybe Java can confirm whether this is feasible.

Hope it helps,

- Adrián.

Silver

Re: CLI command

Good thinking, I shall also have a look at this.

Jan

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