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Thomas_Bauer
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Hello,

 

I've a OpenServer Dell  running R80.20 JHF183 configured security gateway. 

I would like to upgrade to R80.40 via CPUSE.

Via Verifier results ( Check Point R80.40 Gaia Fresh Install and upgrade ) I got follow error message:

Verifier results 
Package: Check Point R80.40 Gaia Fresh Install and upgrade
 

Clean Install:
Installation is allowed.
Upgrade:
The following results are not compatible with the package:

- Machine is an Open Server

- Machine's configuration is 'Security Gateway'

- The size of partition root (lv_current) is 17.00GB. At least 20GB is required.


The R80.40 image you have imported is not supported for upgrade on:
- Open Servers configured as a Security Gateway or Stand Alone.
- Cloud environments (Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Amazon Web Service and Aliyun).
- ClusterXL in Load Sharing mode with IPSec VPN blade enabled (this limitation does not apply to VSX in VSLS mode). See sk162637

This R80.40 image is allowed for upgrade only on a machine with 64bit CPU

To upgrade from R75.X, first upgr...
Text too long - see Event Log for full text.

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This SGW has Kernel: 2.6.18-92cpx86_64 

Edition: 64-bit

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Details zu the SGW:

xxxxx> show asset all
Platform: PowerEdge R730
CPU Model: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2630 v4
CPU Frequency: 2200.117
Number of Cores: 10
CPU Hyperthreading: Disabled

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xxxxxxxxxxxxx# df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/vg_splat-lv_current
17G 9.6G 6.4G 61% /
/dev/sda2 291M 38M 239M 14% /boot
tmpfs 32G 8.0K 32G 1% /dev/shm
/dev/mapper/vg_splat-lv_log
39G 15G 22G 41% /var/log

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LVM overview
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Size(GB) Used(GB) Configurable Description
lv_current 17 10 yes Check Point OS and products
lv_log 40 15 yes Logs volume
lv_r80_20 11 11 no Snapshot volume
upgrade 19 N/A no Reserved for version upgrade
swap 12 N/A no Swap volume size
free 11 N/A no Unused space
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total 110 N/A no Total size

press ENTER to continue.

--> see also attached LVM Screnshot 

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I propose to expand up to more than 20GB ....

My question about this isuue:

1.) How to expand partion root ?

2.) What are best practies or recomende value for this OpenServer Dell R730?

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Thanks for Feedback 

BR tom

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Vincent_Bacher
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You may try to resize the current partition using LVM manager as per sk95566.
I would do a backup/migrate export using R80.40 tools, install R80.40 from scratch using sufficient partition sizes and then import the database.
Best practises? Dunno. I usually use round about 50 GB for root.

edit: I see you have this open server as gateway. So forget suggested migration tools.

and now to something completely different

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Vincent_Bacher
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You may try to resize the current partition using LVM manager as per sk95566.
I would do a backup/migrate export using R80.40 tools, install R80.40 from scratch using sufficient partition sizes and then import the database.
Best practises? Dunno. I usually use round about 50 GB for root.

edit: I see you have this open server as gateway. So forget suggested migration tools.

and now to something completely different

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Bob_Zimmerman
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Looks like your firewall has ~128 GB SSDs? If so, oof. Even firewalls want ~200 GB or more now. My personal lab standalone has a 400 GB SSD with 60 GB in lv_current, then I made lv_log as big as I could with the remaining space.

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Thomas_Bauer
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Thanks for Feedback - I did sk95566 and expand up to 22GB - the max. After then upgrade to R80.40 JHF89 was fine  -every thing works good.

Danke

BR Thomas

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