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  • Latest Post - ‏2014-05-16T21:14:17Z by kopper
kopper
kopper
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Pinned topic v7000 Issue uploading 7.2.0.4 code

‏2014-04-01T19:07:35Z |

hi guys

I am updating my v7000 from 7.2.0.0 to 7.2.0.4 but when doing I get this error 

The upload of the package IBM2076_INSTALL_7.2.0.4 failed

I run the pre-check test file and says not errors but when selecting the package and this starts uploading it fails with the message above

any idea how to fix this issue?

I am attaching a screenshot of the error v7000_Error.png

 

thanks a lot

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  • chriscanto
    chriscanto
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    Re: v7000 Issue uploading 7.2.0.4 code

    ‏2014-04-01T19:38:05Z  

    One reason that a file upload can fail like this is when the internal drive in the node canister doesn't have enough free disk space.

    If you open a software PMR with IBM Support and provide a support package from the GUI then they'll be able to look for that sort of thing and investigate the cause.

  • kopper
    kopper
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    Re: v7000 Issue uploading 7.2.0.4 code

    ‏2014-04-01T19:52:42Z  

    One reason that a file upload can fail like this is when the internal drive in the node canister doesn't have enough free disk space.

    If you open a software PMR with IBM Support and provide a support package from the GUI then they'll be able to look for that sort of thing and investigate the cause.

    thanks a lot I was thinking it was something about disk space....

    cool I will open PMR

     

    thanks a lot

  • kopper
    kopper
    181 Posts

    Re: v7000 Issue uploading 7.2.0.4 code

    ‏2014-05-16T21:14:17Z  

    One reason that a file upload can fail like this is when the internal drive in the node canister doesn't have enough free disk space.

    If you open a software PMR with IBM Support and provide a support package from the GUI then they'll be able to look for that sort of thing and investigate the cause.

    IBM told to to this, first step did not solve the issue

    1. Remove old livedumps and SNAP files that are seen via the            

         Settings -> Support View.  Remove the files from all nodes           
         in the cluster.                                                      
                                       

    some days later they sent me this which let me upgrade my V7000 :)

                                          
      2. Run cleardumps command for each node:                                
                                                                              
           svctask cleardumps -prefix '/home/admin/upgrade/*.*' <node name>   
                                                                              
         replace <node name> with actual node name 
    Updated on 2014-05-16T21:14:35Z at 2014-05-16T21:14:35Z by kopper