How to see server uptime on Windows and Linux

Posted on 16.11.17   Linux uptime Windows

See uptime and average load information on Linux machines

Run command:uptime

Output:

kek@donald:~$ uptime
 08:17:33 up 293 days, 14:21, 1 user, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00

 

Show uptime on Windows machines using net stats

AFAIK there is no command in Windows to quickly see the uptime. However, there are several commands to get the last boot time, although you’ll have to do a quick calculation if you need the uptime in days. The easiest/fastest method is to use net stats.

Run command: net stats srv

Output:

C:\Users\kek>net stats srv
Server Statistics for \\hostname

Statistics since 09.11.2017 00.02.28 # last boot/uptime

Sessions accepted 1
Sessions timed-out 0
Sessions errored-out 0

Kilobytes sent 1649
Kilobytes received 1181193

Mean response time (msec) 0

System errors 0
Permission violations 0
Password violations 0

Files accessed 329
Communication devices accessed 0
Print jobs spooled 0

Times buffers exhausted

Big buffers 0
 Request buffers 0

The command completed successfully.

 

 

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