I am getting following error when trying to download firmware in Panorama VM.
Error: There is not enough free disk space to complete the desired operation. Delete older software, dynamic update, or client versions to free additional disk space before trying the operation again. Use the 'set max-num-images count' CLI command to adjust the number of versions stored in order to avoid this problem in the future.
As per the error message i tried to run the command but it still didn't work out
adm> set max-num-images count 7 Warning; config partition size 7.88 GB may be too small on your system to keep 7 images. Recommend keeping 2 to 5 images adm> set max-num-images count 5 Maximum number of images to keep is set to 5 adm> show system disk-space Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda2 3.8G 3.1G 534M 86% / /dev/sda5 7.6G 6.5G 653M 92% /opt/pancfg /dev/sda6 3.8G 1.3G 2.3G 37% /opt/panrepo tmpfs 1.9G 110M 1.8G 6% /dev/shm cgroup_root 1.9G 0 1.9G 0% /cgroup /dev/sdb1 1008G 615G 342G 65% /opt/panlogs
Just slim down the number of images that you are maintaining; personally I only keep the last image that was installed and obviously the current image that I'm running.
Essentially you only have a few options. Cutdown the number of images you have saved, or allocate more space so you can maintain all of the images you actually want. I would say that cutting down the number of images you maintain is likely the better option.
So if that isn't it, look at what your Config log quota is currently set to and modify the retention period as necessary; you likely don't have any need to keep the default value of 365. Another thing that could be cutting into this is the number of configuration versions you are keeping; depending on the size of your configuration and the number of versions you maintain, this can add up relatively quickly.
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