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Upgrade Airwave/AMP faild - Device or resource busy

Dear All,

 

I try to upgrade Airwave from 7.7.4 to 7.7.10 unfortunately I always receive the error

/bin/mv: cannot move `/root/svn' to `/root/svn_old': Device or resource busy

 

I tried to restart Airwave, to stop AMP, to umount /snv - but nothing helped :smileysad:

 

Any suggestions?

Your Help in this would be greatly appricated!


-Chris

 

PS: full output:

start_amp_upgrade -v 7.7.10
Directory not specified; using /root.
Upgrade script found in local cache.
Upgrade package found in local cache.
Upgrade package found in local cache.
Checking for any patches or modifications to the code
This process may take a few minutes...
No outstanding changes were found. Continuing with the upgrade.

Validating the upgrade package...
Upgrade package is OK.
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...
Detailed log will be written to /var/log/upgrade/AMP-7.7.10-upgrade.log

STEP 1: Moving old version aside.
/bin/mv: cannot move `/root/svn' to `/root/svn_old': Device or resource busy
Could not rename previous SVN directory
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...
Upgrading AMP to version 7.7.10 from version 7.7.4...


Upgrade aborted.
Please contact Aruba Networks Support at
1-800-WiFi-LAN or support@arubanetworks.com

Re: Upgrade Airwave/AMP faild - Device or resource busy

As the end of the log states, you can open a support case!  You can also try going to 7.7.9 as well although I think you will find the same results.

 

As a last resort, you can enter the command "make" which will recompile the install.  

Seth R. Fiermonti
Consulting Systems Engineer - ACCX, ACDX, ACMX
Email: seth@hpe.com
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