How to Check System Last Reboot in Linux

In Linux/Unix sometimes you have to check system last reboot to see what really happened. How to Check System Last Reboot in Linux

Check Last Reboot

Mostly Linux/Unix systems provide the last command, which provides us the history of last logins and system reboots. Run last reboot command from the terminal, and you will get the details of last reboots.

The above output shows that the system was last rebooted on Feb 11 at 12:00 PM.

Check System Uptime

Additionally, you can also use uptime command to find the system uptime from last booted. Just open the terminal on your system and type uptime and hit enter.

The system is running from 1 days, 21 hours and 57 minutes.