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The "% Warning: Saving this config to nvram may corrupt any network management or security files stored at the end of NVRAM. Continue? [no]: " error message is received on the Cisco Access Point (AP)

Core Issue

Even though it is a warning, you do have a memory issue on this AP. You have numerous .rcore files that take up a lot of space on your memory. This output shows an example:

3 -rwx 262144 Mar 3 2002 22:40:04 +00:00 r13_5705_9760_1EA7A81E.rcore

4 -rwx 262144 Mar 1 2002 17:21:44 +00:00 r13_5705_9760_709D16F4.rcore

5 -rwx 262144 Mar 7 2002 20:19:12 +00:00 r13_5705_9760_9D2DE9CD.rcore

6 -rwx 262144 Mar 26 2002 23:42:22 +00:00 r13_5705_9760_AAE78172.rcore

151-rwx 262144 Mar 1 2002 17:22:00 +00:00 r13_5705_9760_7187935C.rcore 

Resolution

In order to clean the memory, erase all of the .rcore files from Flash.

This is an example of the command you need to enter in enable mode:

ap#delete flash:r13_5705_9760_1EA7A81E.rcore

Note: Issue this delete flash: command for every .rcore file on your Flash.

For more information on troubleshooting the AP, refer to Cisco Aironet Access Point FAQ.

Problem Type

Error message

Products

Access point

Product OS

IOS

Device Access Method

Telnet

IOS Errors, Warnings, Statistics and Log Messages

% Warning: Saving this config to nvram may corrupt any network management or security files stored at the end of nvram. Continue? [no]:

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