When running an upgrade_export on a Solaris Smart Centre you may receive the following error :
Compressing the files… gtar: Only wrote 2047 of 10240 bytes to export.tgz.tar gtar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now
Error: Failed to execute ‘gtar -c -C “/opt/CPsuite-R65/fw1/tmp/upgrade_temp_dir” -f “export.tgz.tar” .’ command [ 26409 1]@#######[10 May 15:35:27] Compress:
Error >> Failed to run gtar -c -C “/opt/CPsuite-R65/fw1/tmp/upgrade_temp_dir” -f “export.tgz.tar” . command
Error: Failed to compress Check Point Software files
This is down to a 2Gb limitation of the gtar command. There are 2 ways to resolve this issue :
- Reduce the size of the files that are being gtar`d. The best way to do this is by normally clearing out any unwanted DB Revisions.
- Replace the standard gtar command (both the Solaris and Check Point provided binary) with the latest version of gtar. Then when you relaunch the upgrade_export gtar will be able to handle more then 2Gbs worth of files.
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