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FTD CSCvk33923 High disk usage after deleting managed FTD device from FMC

Hi all,

 

The workaround from Cisco is below:

Workaround:
> remove or move /ngfw/var/cisco/deploy/current-policy-bundle.tgz


> No new deployment packages files will be created under tmp folder after that

> Remove files created before by running:
rm -r /ngfw/var/tmp/*

 

I am looking for clarity for the remove or move /ngfw/var/cisco/deploy/current-policy-bundle.tgz. Has the whole directory structure to be moved/removed or just the file: current-policy-bundle.tgz

 

Can you also confirm command syntax.

 

thanks

 

Ian

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Re: FTD CSCvk33923 High disk usage after deleting managed FTD device from FMC

Hi Ian,

 

Sure, command would remain same.

rm /ngfw/var/cisco/deploy/current-policy-bundle.tgz

rm /ngfw/var/tmp/*

 

Hope it helps,

Yogesh

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Cisco Employee

Re: FTD CSCvk33923 High disk usage after deleting managed FTD device from FMC

Hello,

 

Just the file current-policy-bundle.tgz needs to be removed.

 

Hope it helps,

Yogesh

Beginner

Re: FTD CSCvk33923 High disk usage after deleting managed FTD device from FMC

Yogesh,

 

Thanks for the clarification.

For sanity sake, can you please verify exact cli syntax to remove this file.

being ultra cautious.

 

Ian

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Cisco Employee

Re: FTD CSCvk33923 High disk usage after deleting managed FTD device from FMC

Hi Ian,

 

Sure, command would remain same.

rm /ngfw/var/cisco/deploy/current-policy-bundle.tgz

rm /ngfw/var/tmp/*

 

Hope it helps,

Yogesh

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