Does anybody else have backup files with the size of 3GB and more with a CSM v3.3.1 SP1? The interessting thing is that this CSM manages about 30 network devices. Looking into the backup files it's just the "vms.db" file which consumes the most (2.9 GB) of the data.
I'm not worried about the size itself. I'm worried, that by just installing a minor software update the backup size increases by the factor of 10. That's ridiculous. TAC wasn't able to provide me a reason. Basicly the answer was something like "it's the way it is".
By the way: Do you want to have something to laugh about? Just try to find out if 64 bit Windows is supported by the CSM. Just little hint: Go through the release numbers.
You will find: Releases pre v3.2 don't support 64 bit, v3.2 does, v3.3 doesn't and for release v4 it's recommended.
Well. It seems to have been adopted on the web and on newer versions of the doc. I'm refering to the v2 of the v3.2.2 installation guide, as I have used it to install, update and migrate several customer installations.
I think mistakes can hapen. But such mistakes should be at least worth a field notice to inform customers and partners that something has to be corrected. It's not really fun to look like a complete idiot to the customer, one who can not even read install guides.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...