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Error Opening NVRAM Errors

Hi,

   I have three routers in my network and I am observing the following errors on these routers:

Router 1: startup-config file open failed (Not enough space) --> Although there is enough space in the router

Router 2: Error opening nvram:/startup-config (Unknown error 0)

Router 3:

% Warning: Saving this config to nvram may corrupt any network management or security files stored at the end of nvram.

Continue? [no]:

Please note that the platform is Cisco 3945 and IOS is c3900-universalk9-mz.SPA.151-4.M3.bin. Please specify if this is due to bug and if yes then please help me in finding the right IOS version for the router.

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Error Opening NVRAM Errors

With this error:

"Router 2: Error opening nvram:/startup-config (Unknown error 0)"

I have tried erasing the NVRAM with "erase nvram" and saving again.

May be it can work with the three routers.

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Error Opening NVRAM Errors

Hi Kamran,

The problem maybe due to insufficeint space in the NVRAM. Try to supress the startup config file by issuing the command "service compress-config" in global config mode.

The size of the configuration must not exceed three times the NVRAM size. For a 128-KB size NVRAM, the largest expanded configuration file size is 384 KB.

HTH

Regards

Umesh

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