Can you try to manually check what files are in the /var/tmp. In case you have image files and previous snapshots or config files that you don't need on the device, you can try deleting those or taking a backup of those and then deleting.
mkuzip: write(/var/tmp/.snap.11337/recovery.ufs.uzip). While the snapshot was being zipped, the device triggered low memory. You can also check "show system storage extensive" and "show chassis routing-engine" to know what is the available memory on the device.
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Request system storage cleanup (won’t clean under /root). Delete any user files stored here.
Check space utilization: du -sh * and check if any particular directory is taking up space and clean up accordingly.
Delete previous snapshots:
Check if there are any previous non-recovery snapshot by using the following command: root> show system snapshot fpc0: ---------------------------------------------- Snapshot snap.19700101.000541: Location: /packages/sets/snap.19700101.000541 Creation date: Jan 1 00:05:45 1970 Junos version: 15.1X53-D55.5
Delete any non-recovery snapshots that are present by issuing the following command: root> request system snapshot delete <name of snapshot>
Please note that the snapshot name is not auto-completed. You have to input the name of the snapshot manually.
For post performing storage cleanup, manually delete the existing installation directory using the following steps:
login to shell as root and perform root@EX23xx> start shell root@EX23xx:RE:0% pkg setop rm previous root@EX23xx:RE:0% pkg delete old root@EX23xx:RE:0% cd /packages/sets/ root@EX23xx:RE:0% ls <-- Ensure "Previous" folder is not there and delete if present. active root@EX23xx:RE:0% cd .. root@EX23xx:RE:0% cd db root@EX23xx:RE:0% pwd /packages/db root@EX23xx:RE:0% ls *junos-arm* junos-arm-32-15.1X53-D57.3: +COMMENT +INSTALL manifest manifest.esig packages.xml +CONTENTS +REQUIRE manifest.certs manifest.sig scripts +DESC contents manifest.ecerts package.xml upgrade