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Disk space not sufficient for rpm installation on NCS5501-SE

Hello,

during SMU installation on NCS5501-SE, IOS XR 7.1.2 I almost run out of a disk space. Here is the warning

%HA-HA_WD-3-DISK_ALARM_ALERT : A monitored device / ( rootfs:/ ) is above 80% utilization. Current utilization = 85. Please remove unwanted user files and configuration rollback points.

SMU installation finished with the following message:

Node 0/0/CPU0 encountered error(s) during operation. Please check 'show install log 71 detail' for error details
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Error stack for location 0/0/CPU0

1# on / Available disk space(including additional buffer 104857600) 519483392 is not sufficient for rpm installation of archive size 481421256
2# failed to load files from ldpath (new)

Please collect 'show tech-support install one-showtech' from XR and 'show tech-support ctrace' from Admin and pass this information to your TAC representative for support.

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Feb 18 22:14:07 activate operation completed for all package(s)
Feb 18 22:14:09 Action 2: install activate action completed, however 1 node(s) encountered problems and should be reloaded to recover.

Here is the "show media location all" output

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#show media location all            
Fri Feb 19 13:52:52.721 UTC

Media Information for node0_RP0_CPU0. ---------------------------------------------- Partition Size Used Percent Avail rootfs: 3.9G 2.0G 53% 1.8G apphost: 3.7G 106M 3% 3.4G /dev/sde 969M 429M 48% 474M harddisk: 5.6G 560M 11% 4.8G log: 459M 56M 14% 369M config: 459M 2.5M 1% 422M disk0: 2.0G 6.0M 1% 1.9G disk2: 15G 2.8G 20% 12G --------------------------------------------------- rootfs: = root file system (read-only) log: = system log files (read-only) config: = configuration storage (read-only) Media Information for node0_0_CPU0. ---------------------------------------------- Partition Size Used Percent Avail rootfs: 3.9G 3.1G 85% 587M apphost: 3.7G 106M 3% 3.4G /dev/sde 969M 429M 48% 474M harddisk: 5.6G 560M 11% 4.8G log: 459M 60M 14% 366M config: 459M 796K 1% 424M disk0: 2.0G 4.6M 1% 1.9G --------------------------------------------------- rootfs: = root file system (read-only) log: = system log files (read-only) config: = configuration storage (read-only)

It is obvious I need to free up some disk space to continue with patching. Any advice on what and where to free up?

Best Regards,

Peter

 

 

 

 

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Hi,

We can start with "show install inactive" check to see how many inactive packages are present.

these can be removed those with "install remove inactive"

 

Thanks

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No change. Please see the outputs:

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#show install inactive 
Tue Feb 23 14:35:25.640 UTC
4 inactive package(s) found:
cisco-klm-0.1-r0.0.xr
bcm-klm-6.5.16-r1.0.xr
kernel-image-3.14.23-wr7.0.0.2-standard-3.14-r0.1.xr
kernel-modules-3.14-r0.1.xr
RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#
RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#
RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#admin show install inactive
Tue Feb 23 14:35:38.513 UTC
Node 0/RP0 [RP]
Inactive Packages:
bcm-klm-6.5.16-r1.0.host
kernel-modules-3.14-r0.1.host
ncs5500-sysadmin-hostos-7.1.2-r712.host
kernel-modules-3.14-r0.1.admin
bcm-klm-6.5.16-r1.0.admin
ncs5500-sysadmin-hostos-7.1.2-r712.admin
cisco-klm-0.1-r0.0.host
cisco-klm-0.1-r0.0.admin
kernel-image-3.14.23-wr7.0.0.2-standard-3.14-r0.1.admin
kernel-image-3.14.23-wr7.0.0.2-standard-3.14-r0.1.host

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#install remove inactive
Tue Feb 23 14:45:57.831 UTC
Feb 23 14:45:59 Install operation 79 started by cisco:
install remove inactive
Feb 23 14:46:00 Install operation will continue in the background
RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#Feb 23 14:46:06 Install operation 79 finished successfully
RP/0/RP0/CPU0:Feb 23 14:46:06.171 UTC: sdr_instmgr[1293]: %INSTALL-INSTMGR-2-OPERATION_SUCCESS : Install operation 79 finished successfully
RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#install commit
Tue Feb 23 14:46:50.746 UTC
Feb 23 14:46:52 Install operation 80 started by cisco:
install commit
Feb 23 14:46:53 Install operation will continue in the background
RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#
RP/0/RP0/CPU0:Feb 23 14:47:30.418 UTC: sdr_instmgr[1293]: %INSTALL-INSTMGR-2-OPERATION_SUCCESS : Install operation 80 finished successfully 

Inactive packages were not removed, but skipped

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#sh install log 79 detail 
Tue Feb 23 14:50:08.660 UTC
install remove inactive
Feb 23 14:46:00 Action 1: install remove action started
Feb 23 14:46:00 Install operation will continue in the background
Feb 23 14:46:00 Package list:
Feb 23 14:46:00 cisco-klm-0.1-r0.0.xr.x86_64
Feb 23 14:46:00 bcm-klm-6.5.16-r1.0.xr.x86_64
Feb 23 14:46:01 kernel-image-3.14.23-wr7.0.0.2-standard-3.14-r0.1.xr.x86_64
Feb 23 14:46:01 kernel-modules-3.14-r0.1.xr.x86_64
Feb 23 14:46:04 Following packages are skipped:
Feb 23 14:46:04 cisco-klm-0.1-r0.0.xr.x86_64
Feb 23 14:46:04 bcm-klm-6.5.16-r1.0.xr.x86_64
Feb 23 14:46:04 kernel-image-3.14.23-wr7.0.0.2-standard-3.14-r0.1.xr.x86_64
Feb 23 14:46:04 kernel-modules-3.14-r0.1.xr.x86_64
Feb 23 14:46:04 Action 1: install remove action completed successfully
Feb 23 14:46:06 Install operation 79 finished successfully
Feb 23 14:46:06 Ending operation 79

 

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do you have a lot of active packages installed?

 

can you paste

 

show install active summary

 

 

 

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Here is the output

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#show install active summary 
Wed Feb 24 22:03:39.337 UTC
Active Packages: 21
ncs5500-xr-7.1.2 version=7.1.2 [Boot image]
ncs5500-mgbl-3.0.0.0-r712
ncs5500-eigrp-1.0.0.0-r712
ncs5500-isis-2.1.0.0-r712
ncs5500-li-1.0.0.0-r712
ncs5500-mpls-2.1.0.0-r712
ncs5500-mpls-te-rsvp-3.1.0.0-r712
ncs5500-ospf-2.0.0.0-r712
ncs5500-mcast-3.0.0.0-r712
ncs5500-k9sec-3.2.0.0-r712
ncs5500-os-support-4.0.0.1-r712.CSCvv42707
ncs5500-mcast-3.0.0.1-r712.CSCvv54838
ncs5500-fwding-3.0.0.1-r712.CSCvt02738
kernel-image-3.14.23-wr7.0.0.2-standard-3.14.p1-r0.1.r712.CSCvv99754.xr
kernel-modules-3.14.p1-r0.1.r712.CSCvv99754.xr
cisco-klm-0.1.p1-r0.0.r712.CSCvv99754.xr
bcm-klm-6.5.16.p1-r1.0.r712.CSCvv99754.xr
ncs5500-infra-5.0.0.5-r712.CSCvv86617
ncs5500-dpa-3.0.0.5-r712.CSCvv86617
ncs5500-isis-2.1.0.1-r712.CSCvw45546
ncs5500-dpa-fwding-4.0.0.4-r712.CSCvv81241

 

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The following commands helped me to solve my issue:

show install superseded
install deactivate superseded
install commit
install remove inactive all
install commit
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