running CUCM 188.8.131.5211-1 on vmware and am trying to upgrade to 184.108.40.20600-2
wether i do it from cli or browser, i get the error (using sftp or ftp):
"There is not enough disk space in the common partition to perform the upgrade. Please use either the Platform Command Line INterface or the Real-Time Monitoring Tool (RTMT) to free space on the common partition."
When I login with RTMT and goto Trace & Log Central, and try to collect the logs & delete them, get an error that RTMT cannot connect to the CUCM, even thou I am logged in.
failing this, I am not too sure what the cli commands would be to do the same.
I've seen this error once before, and it turned out to be that the SFTP server I was using to serve up the upgrade file over the network did not work well with CCM. It was Solarwinds I think, and didn't like the large 2gb+ file.
admin:show diskusage show diskusage activelog show diskusage common show diskusage inactivelog show diskusage install show diskusage tftp show diskusage tmp
admin:show diskusage common directory
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