The 3.1.1S22 service pack requires 297 MB of free disk space in the /usr partition to install.
1) When you copied the IDSk9-sp-3.1-1-S22.bin file to your sensor, make sure it is in /usr/nr/var or /tmp and NOT /usr or /usr/nr. The /usr/nr/var is a separate paritition with plenty of space. If you copied it to /usr/nr, do a "mv /usr/nr/IDSk9-sp-3.1-1-S22.bin /usr/nr/var".
2) You need a total of 297 MB of free disk space in the /usr partition to install the service pack. You can remove the /usr/nr/sp-update directory to free up disk space.
If you now have enough free space , run the installer again.
If you still do not have enough free space, you can sym-link the installation directories to /usr/nr/var
rm -rf /usr/nr/sp-update
ln -s /usr/nr/var/sp-update /usr/nr/sp-update
ln -s /usr/nr/var/33-update /usr/nr/33-update
That should definitely do it, now you can run the installer
Yes, I did the same today but got the same error. Have you found an answer about a work-around. It looks like it has to do with UNIX but I have limited knowledge on commands for Unix. I just opened a TAC case hopefully they call me back soon. I'll check back.
There is a bug in the install that checks for an incorrect amount of diskspace.
The install checks disk space in many places and in taht particular place it is checking for that amount, but what the user doesn't know is that it has already placed more than 170000 KB of files in /usr/nr prior to that check, so when the check is made there is less than 112000 KB.
After the error it cleans itself up and removes the other 170000 KB you didn't know about.
So for the install to work properly you have to start out with at least 300000 KB (297000 KB is what I've been told) in /usr/nr.
You have only 261007 free in /usr.
You will need to clean up at least 30000 KB from /usr.
Look at the 4th field from your df -k output.
/dev/dsk/c0d0s6 491977 181773 261007 42% /usr
Things to do to clean up some space:
remove the /usr/ciscosec directory (some old sensors still have this directory and it is not needed)
remove the /usr/nr/sp-update and /usr/nr/sig-update directories (these directories have backups of files from previous installs, removing them will prevent you from uninstalling current versions)
remove files from the /usr/nr/etc/backups directory (these are old config files that were archived during previous installs.)
remove any files that you may have created
NOTE: the files in /usr/nr/var are in a different partition and will not affect the install and space in /usr.
Let me know if this still doesn't give you enough space, and I will see what else needs to be deleted.
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