Hi Cisco Community,
today I’m facing the problem to Update a NCS virtual appliance up to Prime 2.0.
I installed the NCS-VA-18.104.22.168-small.ova in the past to perform the switch from WCS to NCS.
Now i like to update my appliance therefore I installed the Update to PI 22.214.171.124 and the patch for version 126.96.36.199 1.12.
But now if I like to update to 2.0 I’m getting the following error
xxxxxx/xxx# application upgrade PI-Upgrade-188.8.131.52.294.tar.gz localftp
Save the current ADE-OS running configuration? (yes/no) [yes] ?
Saved the ADE-OS running configuration to startup successfully
Initiating Application Upgrade...
Stage 1 of 7: Transferring file ...
Stage 2 of 7: Unpacking file ...
Stage 3 of 7: Executing pre-install ...
[ERROR] System does not meet minimum resource requirements:
- Disk space available [144171 MB] is less than the minimum required value o
200 GB for the /opt partition
Aborting application install/upgrade ...
% Pre-install step failed. Please check the logs for more details.
The problem is that the original NCS-VA-184.108.40.206-small.ova got the following System configuration
Virtual Hardware: 2 vCPU, 8GB RAM, 200GB Hard drive
This is lower than the minimum requirements of PI 2.0
So I modified my virtual machine up to 4 vCPU, 12GB RAM, 300GB Hard drive.
Unfortunately I think that the Hard drive has to be reconfigured at the underlying Linux OS.
Option 1 looks like there is a way to stitch in more disk space, but to me it seems like a band aid.
Option 2 looks like the Cisco best practice way but im not sure if this will solve my issue during the update process.
Do you guys have any other options to perform this task?
Thanks for support.
With kind regards