Cisco IPS (ASA-SSM-20) Upgrade Fails due to Lack of Disk Space
Good day. I am attempting to upgrade a Cisco IPS (SSM-20) to 7.1.11 from 7.0.2 and the job fails due to lack of disk space; see below for error message.
I tried to remove files from the CLI with the clear command (DB, events, etc), I've also gone into the service account and deleted logs from the service CLI as well and each time the amount of free space that is reported in the error message does not change; I am also 2+ MB short of having enough space.
Attempts to manually update the sensor as well as attempts with CSM or IDM have failed with the same error message. My next step is to session into the sensor OOB through the ASA and try to do the upgrade from ROMMON, but I don't yet have permissions on the ASA to do this.
I wanted to put this out to the community to see if anyone has seen or heard of this and if so, is there a known solution or work-around? Thank you in advance for the assist.
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