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Error writing config

<p>This 3560 just started doing this to me, when I make a change and I issue wither "wr" or "wr m":</p>

<p>Building configuration...

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Error writing new config file "flash:/config.text.new"

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Error writing new config file "flash:/private-config.text.new"[OK]</p>

<p>Verison:  Version 12.2(25)SEB4</p>

<p>Dir of Flash:</p>

<p>Directory of flash:/

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    2  -rwx         916  Oct 15 2008 15:25:02 -04:00  vlan.dat

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    3  -rwx        1536  Jan 31 2009 16:42:31 -05:00  config.text.new

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    4  -rwx       10668   Dec 1 2008 10:19:28 -05:00  config.text

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    5  drwx         192  Feb 28 1993 19:05:20 -05:00  c3560-ipbase-mz.122-25.SEB

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4

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  359  -rwx     7173120   Jan 8 2009 09:44:54 -05:00  tftp

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  360  -rwx     1797632   Jan 8 2009 09:51:28 -05:00  ftp

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15998976 bytes total (512 bytes free)</p>

<p>Not sure what the tftp and ftp is all about, I need to log back in and look at other 3560s and see if that is normal.  I was actually trying to prune a VLAN when this happened, so I will start a new thread with THAT issue!</p>

<p>Thanks!</p>

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Purple

Re: Error writing config

  Its trying to write the config file to flash   but you have no space left in flash to write anything .     Somebody tried to save to a tftp and ftp server but instead ended up  writing it to flash  for some reason .  You should be able to get rid of those  and free up about 9 meg worth of flash.

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Purple

Re: Error writing config

  Its trying to write the config file to flash   but you have no space left in flash to write anything .     Somebody tried to save to a tftp and ftp server but instead ended up  writing it to flash  for some reason .  You should be able to get rid of those  and free up about 9 meg worth of flash.

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