I am seeing quite a few issues with patch install and wanted to share my experience and workaround to this.
Login to admin via CLI, then access root with the “shell” command
Issue “df –h” and you’ll probably see the following directory full or nearly
2.0G 1.9G 0 100% /tmp
With this being full you won’t be able to install any patches until this is cleared out, in my case these were previous attempts.
So let’s check what’s in there!
ade # cd tmp
ade # ls
Snippet of the ls command to show what we need in my case to remove, anything with the prefix upload_filename.tmp to be removed to create more space. I think these are created as part of the patch installation and if not run when uploaded for one or another reason doesn’t seem to clear them out.
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