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Getting "% Manifest file not found in the bundle" during ACS upgrade

 

 

 

Problem

 

During ACS upgrade user gets following error :- "% Manifest file not found in the bundle"

 

 

Here's an example:-

 

acs/admin# patch install 5-1-0-44-4.tar.gpg FTP

Do you want to save the current configuration ? (yes/no) [yes] ?

Generating configuration...

Saved the running configuration to startup successfully

% Manifest file not found in the bundle

defrakvlpcacs01/admin#

 

 

Reasons

 

Here are the common reasons for this error:-

 

  1. Copying with tftp can be a problem with larger files.
  2. Using the file with .tar extension.
  3. Incorrect command.

 

 

Resolution

 

  1. Use FTP instead.
  2. Rename .tar to .gpg. For example :-  5-2-0-26-1.tar.tar to 5-2-0-26-1.tar.gpg
  3. Command should be:
    • acs/admin# acs patch install 5-1-0-44-4.tar.gpg FTP ---------> Correct Command
    • acs/admin# patch install 5-1-0-44-4.tar.gpg FTP --------------> Incorrect command

 

References-------

 

 

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-14661

Comments
New Member

Thanks for this, it really helped. Seem obvious in hindsight

Just a note, you've missed "repository" from the "Correct Command", it should be:

acs patch install 5-1-0-44-4.tar.gpg repository FTP

(Assuming your repository is called FTP anyway)

Thanks again.

New Member

Useful article. This catches me out all the time. One thing to note, the command is actually:

acs/admin# acs patch install 5-1-0-44-4.tar.gpg repository FTP (where FTP is the repository created on the appliance)

Also, another reason this can fail is the downloaded file is corrupted. If I try to download the file with Safari, it is always corrupt. No idea why.

Cisco Employee

yes, I agree. With this error, it's recommended to validate the checksum of the downloaded file.

New Member

Check /storedata:
4.9G  3.0G  1.7G  65% /storeddata

After reloading the ACS:

4.9G  683M  4.0G  15% /storeddata

 

Found while upgrading from 5.3 to 5.4.

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