This issue is due to the presence of Cisco bug ID CSCsf28591.
On the command line interface (CLI) of the Content Security and Control Security Services Module (CSC SSM), or through e-mail notification, this message appears:
[InterScan for CSC SSM Notification] Compact Flash storage is nearly out of space
Compact Flash storage is nearly out of space on InterScan for CSC SSM. Please contact Customer Support for assistance.
This message warns that the free space on the CSC flash is near the threshold of the system monitor. When this issue occurs, the flash space gradually fills due to the size increase of the CSC patterns. The CSC does have a mechanism in order to recover the free space if the flash space really becomes full, but it fails to activate. As a result, unless there is a size decrease in the CSC patterns, these messages can occasionally appear, either through e-mail notification, in the command line, or in the system logs.
This issue is first found in these CSC versions:
Note: This is a cosmetic bug. During this issue, the system still scans and updates normally.
For a workaround:
Download and upgrade the software version to 6.1.1569.0 at Cisco Downloads.
We have Cisco ASA in "active-active" clusters , if there is a change of roles from master to slave (or vice versa) on any member of the cluster, there is a chance that the NAT pool ownership may not get transferred in the process. As a result, the new mas...
Every Cisco multi-context firewall allows non-admin staff to access the admin context of the firewalls.The firewall contexts (both admin and non-admin) support AAA authorisation to prevent people doing things they shouldn’t but the system space does not s...
In this episode of Unhackable, Mike Storm (@mistorm) with his co-host and producer, Sean discuss the Unhackable Principle: Authentication. This is where they talk about passwords, multi-factor authentication, and what it takes to keep you safe when you ...
Currently I have scheduled ISE backup (both configuration and operational) to run daily. The operational backups are about 10 x as big as the configuration backup, and I am wondering if there is a need to backup this up so frequently. My under...
I have a pair of Cisco 6500 running in VSS. There are many SVIs configured and they can all talk with each other without any restriction. I have a need to restrict 1 VLAN from being able to talk with other VLANs and vice versa, while still allow some basi...