Firepower Sensor upgrade 6.2.0 to 6.2.2 - Upgrade Failure due to disk space issues
Hi, My upgrade of Firepower sensor is stuck at 48% with below mentioned logs related to disk space:
[180411 15:23] Starting script: 600_schema/100_update_database.sh Entering 600_schema/100_update_database.sh... check disk space prior to database upgrade Checking free /root disk space... [180411 15:23:39] Calculating free disk space (measured in Kbytes)... [180411 15:23:39] Root disk free = 2807016
2807016K, Var disk free = 1227536K [180411 15:23:39] Accounting for DE directory size (which will be copied)... [180411 15:23:40] DEDir = 95400 [180411 15:23:40] Root disk free = 2807016 2807016K, Var disk free = 1132136K [180411 15:23:40] Root disk free = 2807016 2807016K, Var disk free = 1132136K ./functions.install: line 1185: [: too many arguments Checking free /var disk space... Find largest table in /var/lib/mysql ... Checking for 737280K of /var disk space to upgrade the database Total /var disk space needed for upgrade is 7926784 vardiskneeded has been adjusted to 3963392 Fatal error: Not enough var disk space available. You need at least 3963392K free to perform this upgrade. You have 1132136K free.
Below is the output for your help please:
admin@Firepower:/$ sudo du -hs * | sort -h Password: du: cannot access 'new-root/proc/13093/task/13093/fd/4': No such file or directory du: cannot access 'new-root/proc/13093/task/13093/fdinfo/4': No such file or directory du: cannot access 'new-root/proc/13093/fd/4': No such file or directory du: cannot access 'new-root/proc/13093/fdinfo/4': No such file or directory du: cannot access 'new-root/proc/13115/fd/7': No such file or directory 4.0K home 16K lost+found 16K mnt 40K tmp 136K DBCheck.log 5.5M sbin 6.4M lib64 7.3M etc 8.2M lib 12M bin 16M root 17M cisco 30M boot 30M dev 650M usr 751M new-root 32G Volume
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