Palo Alto Cheat Sheet – Device ManagementKerry Cordero·Security·July 3, 2019·1 min read Show general system health information. > show system info Show percent usage of disk partitions. Include the optional files parameter to show information about inodes, which track file storage. > show system disk-space files Show the maximum log file size. > show system logdb-quota Show running processes. > show system software status Show processes running in the management plane. > show system resources Show resource utilization in the dataplane. > show running resource-monitor Show the licenses installed on the device. > request license info Show when commits, downloads, and/or upgrades are completed. > show jobs processed Show session information. > show session info Show information about a specific session. > show session id Show the running security policy. > show running security-policy Show the authentication logs. > less mp-log authd.log Restart the device. > request restart system Show the administrators who are currently logged in to the web interface, CLI, or API. > show admins Show the administrators who can access the web interface, CLI, or API, regardless of whether those administrators are currently logged in. > show admins all When you run this command on the firewall, the output includes both local administrators and those pushed from a Panorama template.