2017-03-24 02:26 AM
Failed to add the software image to the cluster. Verify if the image and the specified URL are valid and ensure that there is sufficient space in the system management storage area.
what is the reason for this issue???
2017-03-29 08:17 PM
I'm having the same issue, and still it persists even after getting rid of the old images that were in there.
I can't seem to find where the 'system management storage area' is in doco
2017-03-29 08:36 PM
Wow I feel stupid- so went to the command line and tried it thusly: get -url http://iisserver.corp.com/91_q_image.tgz
Got error msg: Error: command failed: Failed to download package from
http://.../91_q_image.tgz. Error: Couldn't resolve host name : Couldn't
resolve host 'iisserver.corp.com'
Tried with the IP and of course it worked as expected.
2017-03-29 08:51 PM
It is /mroot/etc/software in each of the nodes. On Clustered ontap, this is difficult to access directly, so pulling the image on with HTTP is suggested.
If the GUI fails, try the command line. Instructions for installing software images are at http://docs.netapp.com/ontap-9/topic/com.netapp.doc.dot-cm-cmpr-910/TOC__system__node__image.html
2017-03-31 03:02 AM
But i am looking to GUI based process where i can fixed this rather than going CLI..
So will FTP server will work like -fttp://username@password:XXXXX/DATAONTAP\8_3_2_g.tgz file .
Anyone who has tried and stuck
2017-03-31 06:38 AM
Please make sure the imgae file is copied to the directory C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ for http and C:\inetpub\ftproot for ftp
2018-01-11 11:14 AM
The correct FTP syntax is as follow once your FTP server is up and running. Not sure why the adding image fails due to lack of space on FAS8200