What is Uptime?

The uptime is the amount of time a system is continuously running since the last start/restart.

Check System Uptime in Linux

You can use the uptime command to find the system uptime. Uptime command is available under procps package. This command also provides the current system time, number of logged in users and current CPU load. as per the above output, the system is running from 174 days, 5 hours and 12 minutes.

Check Last Reboot in Linux

Additionally, you can also use the last command to find the system reboot history. This will help you to find when the system was last rebooted. The above output shows that the system was last rebooted on Feb 11 at 12:00 PM and others as well.