What can I do if the available storage space is insufficient when I want to upgrade an S series switch

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If the available storage space is insufficient when you want to upgrade an S series switch (except the S1700), perform the following operations:
Run the dir command to check the remaining storage space. If the remaining storage space is insufficient for saving new system software, run the delete /unreserved XXX command in the user view to delete unnecessary files. All files displayed in the output of the dir command can be deleted as long as the deletion does not affect running of the switch. You can delete the system software package of the earlier version because system software packages generally occupy relatively large spaces. Do not restart the switch after deleting the package because it cannot start without a system software package. Restart the switch after the new system software package is uploaded and specified as the package for the next startup.

For more information about deletion of files from the flash memory, see:
[Deleting system files from an S series switch]Deleting existing files from the flash memory of an S series switch
[A message is displayed indicating that the storage space is insufficient when a system software package is uploaded to an S series switch]A message is displayed indicating that the storage space is insufficient when a system software package is uploaded to an S series switch

Other related questions:
Methods used to expand the storage capacity of a VM
You can expand a VM's storage capacity as follows: 1. If the storage resources of the FusionCloud desktop system are insufficient, you can add new storage devices and migrate some VM disks to them. For details, refer to the product documentation. Alternatively, you can delete VMs that are not in use to release their storage space. 2. If a single VM's storage space is insufficient, you can add a new hard disk to it.

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