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  • The listed files all seem required to me but I'm not a BSD or Linux expert. I'd say your best bet is to look at the detail list under /var/tmp as a start. Another way to try is to delete the upgrade file locally in var/tmp have this file on a usb drive ...

  • Hi Steve Puluka, Option no-copy and unlink is the same. Which file should i delete? this is test switch before using for production. Thank so much. Best Regards, Ket, Vo van. ------------------------------ KET VO ------------------------------

  • I am tying to interpret the output from the rtsockmon -nt shell command. I have not found much information on it. Any help would be appreciated ------------------------------ KEVIN LIVINGSTON ------------------------------

  • You can try the no-copy option during install which will reduce the space required for the install process. If that is not enough then it will require crawling the directories and deleting files. There are a number of general kb on the topic in the ...

  • Hi All, I am using EX4300: Model: ex4300-48t Junos: 18.4R3-S1.3 Today i cannot upgrade to version 20.4R3.8 ( Or 20.2). This is error: "root> ... add /var/tmp/jinstall-ex-4300-20.2R3.9-signed.tgz reboot NOTICE: Validating configuration against jinstall-ex-4300-20.2R3.9-signed.tgz. ...


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