cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
cancel
Announcements

6216
Views
0
Helpful
5
Replies
Highlighted
Beginner

asa "no memory available"

Hello all,

I have a 5510 and cannot do any manipulations to the flash anymore: no rename, no copy, but wors of all, no wr mem neither ... also the ASDM stops working.

A reboot seems to fix it, but only for a couple of weeks, then it's back ...

Some output:

WAN-FW-01# copy disk0: tftp:


Source filename []? asa821-11-k8.bin

Address or name of remote host []? xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Destination filename [asa821-11-k8.bin]?
No memory available

WAN-FW-01# wr mem
Building configuration...
No memory available

Error executing command
[FAILED]
WAN-FW-01# sh mem
WAN-FW-01# sh memory
Free memory:        56876976 bytes (21%)
Used memory:       211558480 bytes (79%)
-------------     ----------------
Total memory:      268435456 bytes (100%)

Any ideas for a fix ?

Cheers,

Jan

5 REPLIES 5
Highlighted
Contributor

check your flash to see if there are too much files there, use the command "show flash", you should be able to delete the files that you don't need, such as old OS versions.

Highlighted

hehe, nice try, but no:

255426560 bytes total (205488128 bytes free)

I can delete files though ...

Highlighted

you can delete files and still if says you don't have memory?

I guess your problem is with the memory of the ASA. Is your ASA under contract? You could open a TAC case so that they can try to troubleshoot the issue and if necessary replace the unit.

Highlighted
Beginner

Hello Jan,

was your problem fixed?

I've the same problem too after upgrade to asa 9.0  I can't save the configuration

# wr

Building configuration...

No memory available

Error executing command

[FAILED]

Highlighted
Beginner

asa#copy run start

Source filename [running-config]?
Cryptochecksum: e958a84f 73198ab5 585c5a9f 9d39e3a8

%Error opening disk0:/.private/startup-config (Read-only file system)

asa# fsck disk0:
dosfsck 2.11, 12 Mar 2005, FAT32, LFN
Reclaimed 7 unused clusters (28672 bytes) in 2 chains.
Performing changes.
/dev/hda1: 76 files, 14623/15368 clusters

fsck of disk0: complete
asa# wr mem
Building configuration...
Cryptochecksum: b558388d cddfa287 d63f9b9a 10041e77

11870 bytes copied in 3.360 secs (3956 bytes/sec)
[OK]
asa#reload

 

http://www.routerfreak.com/cant-write-mem-on-asa/

Content for Community-Ad