how do I update a 230 AP when it says there is not enough space for the update?

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Jason Freeseman

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Posted 3 years ago

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Have you tried factory resetting the AP first?

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Hi Jason!
Well.. maybe I can help you. I already had this problem once.
On that occasion I rebooted the AP and I let the status of upgrade in staged. While the AP reboots I did the upgrade.

I have a print from my error. Is equal yours?
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Jason Freeseman

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Yes i did it brought it back into my hive manager and still not able to update. Get the same error that there is not enough space.
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Cassiano Pinheiro

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What version of HiveOS are you using?
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Jason Freeseman

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HiveManager is on 6.6r1.
AP is on 6.4r1
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Cassiano Pinheiro

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Do you can upgrade version 6.4r1 to 6.6r1 on AP? Or the error also happen?
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Jason Freeseman

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That is where I am getting the error. Sorry if my OP wasn't very clear.
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How did you factory reset the AP?
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Jason Freeseman

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Held reset button for 15 seconds on the AP? 
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Cassiano Pinheiro

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Ok, no problemas, I though you was trying make new configurations. I will think in other alternatives.
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Could it be that it's automatically pulling the configuration in after you factory reset the AP? Perhaps you have a CWP that is too large, etc.

If so, temporarily disable the applicable auto provisioning.
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Bill W.

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Have you tried upgraded the AP via the web interface of the AP?  Or tried to upgrade via the CLI on the AP?
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Jason Freeseman

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I have disabled the auto provisioning (I believe, not quite sure where to find it) and tried again from the web with no go. Don't have ability to do cli upgrade at the current moment.
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Bill W.

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You can check if you disabled auto provisioning by going to Configuration->Auto Provisioning.

When you say you tried again from the web, do you mean trying to upgrade from HiveManager?  Because I am talking about going to the web interface of the AP (entering in the IP address of the AP into your web browser) and upgrading it that way.
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I was just trying in the HiveManager. I will try the AP web interface.