Downloading new Firmware to Cisco UCS fails with error "File >1GB"...
we are currently planning to upgrade the firmware of our Cisco UCS (Infra, B and C Series) from 2.2.7b to 3.1.3a.
The process itself is pretty much straight forward.
I already downloaded the bundle A und B (Infra & B-Series) to the internal storage but when I try to download bundle B (C-Series) from local file it stops at 99% and says file is to large (>1GB) to be downloaded.
The funny thing about this is, that the offical Cisco .bin file for C-Series ist 1.05GB large, so the error message is correct.
But how I should I be able to download the file to internal storage? (internal storage has 70% space free)
Is there another way to achieve and circumnavigate this, or do we have to take another (older) version first to be able to download and install the file?
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