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"Error - There is not enough space on the disk" when trying to get any file by FTP on SCE8000

Hi.

Someone could tell me something about this problem and how can I fix it?

I tried to delete logs, old files to make disk space .. but still throwing the same error even after restarting the SCE.

No matter the size of the file that I attempt to extract via FTP.

I´m using version 3.1.7 on the SCE8000.

Thank you in advanced

Gustavo

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"Error - There is not enough space on the disk" when trying to g

You may delete the SEOS.pkg file to free space on the SCE. This file is copied at the time of SCOS installation. Deleting this would free up considerable space.

File list for /apps/data/scos/images/

    4096    Thu Jan 10 15:27:50 201       .                      DIR

    4096    Thu Jan  2 09:26:07 201       ..                     DIR

132536320    Tue Apr 16 15:04:13 201       SEOS.pkg

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"Error - There is not enough space on the disk" when trying to g

Thanks Ankur

But we have done that and still have the same error when trying to do FTP...:-(

Other actions, such as obtaining a support file (which also use disk space), We are able to perform without problem...

Regards.

Gustavo

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"Error - There is not enough space on the disk" when trying to g

Could you provide the exact command you used to get file to SCE from FTP? also show please output from "dir" command?

We have had some close issue, but solved it by simple reload.

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"Error - There is not enough space on the disk" when trying to g

Thanks Alexander.

Here is the information that you asked me:

CTD1-ROH1#>dir

File list for /apps/data/scos/

    4096    Mon Dec  2 12:36:18 201       .                      DIR

    4096    Thu May 10 02:46:18 201       ..                     DIR

    4096    Mon Dec 16 17:36:32 201       system                 DIR

    4096    Thu May 10 02:48:09 201       app                    DIR

    4096    Thu May 10 01:50:33 201       images                 DIR

    4096    Mon Dec  2 13:13:01 201       engage                 DIR

      74    Wed Oct 28 16:00:36 200       sce8000-scos-CSCsx45470-v1.0.0-b005.md5     

   10240    Wed Oct 28 16:00:36 200       sce8000-scos-CSCsx45470-v1.0.0-b005.pkg     

    5125    Fri Aug 27 13:16:21 201       config-27-08-2010     

    5169    Tue Aug 27 10:18:48 201       config.bkp           

13834561    Thu May 10 02:59:35 201       release_.sli          

  223383    Thu Jan 10 01:39:27 201       configdual.bkp       

62457569    Mon Dec  2 12:39:40 201       CTD1-ROH1_02-12-2013.zip     

                13 File(s)              76560697 bytes

                        584806400     total bytes used

                        793808896     total bytes free

CTD1-ROH1#> 

CTD1-ROH1#>

CTD1-ROH1#>copy CTD1-ROH1_02-12-2013.zip ftp://testnoc:1columbia@200.49.139.201/CTD1-ROH1_02-12-2013.zip

Error - There is not enough space on the disk

CTD1-ROH1#>

Regards

Gustavo

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"Error - There is not enough space on the disk" when trying to g

Hi Gustavo,

Could you try to change the max file size for user log?

SCE8000(config)#>logger device User-File-Log max-file-size 4000000

SCE8000(config)#>logger device Debug-File-Log max-file-size 4000000

The default user/debug log file size of SCE was changed to 10M from SCOS 3.1.7, but it is not appropriate.

You can check your file size.

SCE8000#>show logger device User-File-Log

Device User-File-Log status: Enabled

Device User-File-Log file size: 4000000

Best Regards,

Yoshihiro

Cisco Employee

"Error - There is not enough space on the disk" when trying to g

Hi Gustavo,

Please ignore above comment. I misunderstood your question.

Could you try another FTP server?

Some FTP server reply an wrong message.

The below is the output in my setup.

SCE8000#>copy test ftp://cisco:cisco123@192.168.1.1/test

ftp://cisco:cisco123@192.168.1.1/test already exists, overwrite?

There is no "test" in the FTP server, but the prompt say that the file already exists.

From the capture, the FTP server response code 213 which indicates that the file exists instead of 550 which indicates that the file does not exist.

Best Regards,

Yoshihiro

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"Error - There is not enough space on the disk" when trying to g

Hello Gustavo,

According the command you provided

CTD1-ROH1#>copy CTD1-ROH1_02-12-2013.zip ftp://testnoc:1columbia@200.49.139.201/CTD1-ROH1_02-12-2013.zip

you trying to upload file CTD1-ROH1_02-12-2013 on ftp server..

Could it be possible that there is a sort of issue on ftp server as Yoshihiro suggested?

By the way if you try copy something on SCE, will you succeed like in example below?

copy ftp://192.168.0.1/test,txt test.txt

If it doesn't fail, the version about strange behavior of ftp server will sound very plausible

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