10 Replies Latest reply: Feb 11, 2014 4:50 AM by SYNTAXERROR RSS

Insufficient space available on boot device

SYNTAXERROR
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Hi

 

I want to update my FAS3070 from 8.0.2P3 to 8.1.3P3 and always get the error below.

Did someone had this error?

 

 

software: You can cancel this operation by hitting Ctrl-C in the next 6 seconds.

software: Depending on system load, it may take many minutes

software: to complete this operation. Until it finishes, you will

software: not be able to use the console.

cmd = ngsh -c system image update -node local -package file://localhost/mroot/etc/software/813P3_q_image.tgz -setdefault true

Software update started on node sto001. Updating image2 package: file://localhost/mroot/etc/software/813P3_q_image.tgz current image: image1

Listing package contents.

Untarring package contents.

Invoking script (validation phase).

INSTALL running in check only mode

Mode of operation is UPDATE

Current image is image1

Alternate image is image2

Available space on boot device is 256 MB

Required  space on boot device is 265 MB

ERROR: Insufficient space available on device.

Install Failed.

Install Validation Failed. ERROR: Insufficient space available on device.

 

 

 

ERROR: command failed: Install Failed. Install Validation Failed. ERROR:

       Insufficient space available on device.

 

sw_10m_update: cmd_status=255

sw_ioru: sw_10m_update()=255

software: installation of 813P3_q_image.tgz was not successful.

Thu Jan  9 17:43:04 CET [cmds.software.installNotDone:info]: Software: Installation of 813P3_q_image.tgz failed.

 

 

Regards and thanks

Dario

  • Re: Insufficient space available on boot device
    snate
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    Is this a 256mb card?

     

    a 3070 should have a 1GB card.  A lot of of the older filers had 256mb CF cards.

  • Re: Insufficient space available on boot device
    SYNTAXERROR
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    Now I've tried again with 8.0.5. Same error but different space available?? ^^

     

    # software install 805_q_image.tgz

    software: You can cancel this operation by hitting Ctrl-C in the next 6 seconds.

    software: Depending on system load, it may take many minutes

    software: to complete this operation. Until it finishes, you will

    software: not be able to use the console.

    cmd = ngsh -c system image update -node local -package file://localhost/mroot/etc/software/805_q_image.tgz

    Software update started on node sto001. Updating image2 package: file://localhost/mroot/etc/software/805_q_image.tgz current image: image1

    Listing package contents.

    Untarring package contents.

    Invoking script (validation phase).

    INSTALL running in check only mode

    Mode of operation is UPDATE

    Current image is image1

    Alternate image is image2

    Available space on boot device is 230 MB

    Required  space on boot device is 398 MB

    ERROR: Insufficient space available on device.

    Install Failed.

    Install Validation Failed. ERROR: Insufficient space available on device.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ERROR: command failed: Install Failed. Install Validation Failed. ERROR:

           Insufficient space available on device.

     

     

    sw_10m_update: cmd_status=255

    sw_ioru: sw_10m_update()=255

    software: installation of 805_q_image.tgz was not successful.

    Fri Feb  7 14:31:40 CET [cmds.software.installNotDone:info]: Software: Installation of 805_q_image.tgz failed.

     

     

    Someone a solution maybe to delete the older images on the cfcard and get some space?

    • Re: Insufficient space available on boot device
      snate
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      If you have support I would create a case.

       

      If you do not have support I would get another CF card and try again.

       

      398mb?  I have not seen any ONTAP package that large. Something is wrong.  How large is the file?

       

      do a "version -b".  this will show what is on the CF card.

      • Re: Insufficient space available on boot device
        SYNTAXERROR
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        I don't have support on it because it is just a lab system.

         

        The file is about 175mb so it's definitely something wrong with it.

         

        This is the output:

        /cfcard/x86_64/freebsd/image1/kernel: OS 8.0.2P3

        /cfcard/backup/x86_64/kernel/primary.krn: OS 7.3.6P2

        /cfcard/x86_64/diag/diag.krn:  5.7.1

        /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/excelsio/firmware.img: Firmware 1.9.0

        /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/DrWho/firmware.img: Firmware 2.5.0

        /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/SB_XV/firmware.img: Firmware 4.4.0

        /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/SB_XVI/firmware.img: Firmware 5.1.1

        /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/SB_XVIII/firmware.img: Firmware 7.1.2

        /cfcard/boot/loader: Loader 1.8

        /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache Firmware 2.3 (Build 0x201204251259)

        /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: PAM II Firmware 1.11 (Build 0x201204251243)

        /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: X1936A FPGA Configuration PROM 1.0 (Build 0x200706131558)

  • Re: Insufficient space available on boot device
    SYNTAXERROR
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    First a netboot always ended with a panic. Then I changed the cfcard to a older one (256mb) and tried it with a netboot. The older card has to less space so I changed back to the original one and like murphy want I could do a netboot.

    I've then chosen the "Install new software first" menu option and installed OnTap 8.1.3P3. And it worked:

     

    /cfcard/x86_64/freebsd/image1/kernel: OS 8.1.3P3

    /cfcard/x86_64/freebsd/image2/kernel: OS 8.1.3P3

    /cfcard/x86_64/diag/diag.krn:  5.7.1

    /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/excelsio/firmware.img: Firmware 1.9.0

    /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/DrWho/firmware.img: Firmware 2.5.0

    /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/SB_XV/firmware.img: Firmware 4.4.0

    /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/SB_XVI/firmware.img: Firmware 5.2.1

    /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/SB_XVIII/firmware.img: Firmware 7.2.2

    /cfcard/x86_64/firmware/SB_XIX/firmware.img: Firmware 8.1.0

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 FPGA 3.0 (Build 0x201301310951)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache Firmware 2.3 (Build 0x201204251259)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: PAM II Firmware 1.11 (Build 0x201204251243)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 CPLD 0.0 (Build 0xe)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 NAND Parameters 0.0 (Build 0x3)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 NAND Parameters 0.0 (Build 0x3)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 NAND Parameters 0.0 (Build 0x3)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 NAND Parameters 0.0 (Build 0x2)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 NAND Parameters 0.0 (Build 0x2)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 NAND Parameters 0.0 (Build 0x2)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 NAND Parameters 0.0 (Build 0x2)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 NAND Parameters 0.0 (Build 0x2)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: Flash Cache 2 NAND Parameters 0.0 (Build 0x2)

    /cfcard/common/firmware/zdi/zdi_fw.zpk: X1936A FPGA Configuration PROM 1.0 (Build 0x200706131558)

     

    Thanks for your help Nate!

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