Not enough memory to install package

I updated the RUT955 from 7.04.2 to 7.04.5 and immediately the next message i get is that there is “not enough memory” left on the device.
Plenty of flash left in the device but it won’t let me install a single package.
This issue wasn’t seen few revisions ago but now all of a sudden we have this problem due to the new firmware.
Please help!

2023-08-11 13_23_21-root@RUT955_ ~


There doesn’t seem to be any free storage left on the overlay partition, which is used for storing the installed packages. /tmp is stored in the volatile memory, and is only used for storing temporary files.
Please consider deleting some packages, or expanding the storage by using an SD card or a USB flash drive. This will expand the overlay partition and will allow many more packages to be installed.

Best regards,

Hello @Daumantas
No packages have been installed. This is a complete factory reset status. So I am worried the new firmware or bootloader is not reading the partition correctly. Just two revisions ago we didn’t have this issue. Can the development team please take a closer look at this?


Please try reinstalling the firmware via the bootloader, as described here: RUT9xx Firmware via The Bootloader Menu - Teltonika Networks Wiki
If your device is older, you may need to install the latest legacy firmware ( first and then install the latest RutOS firmware via the WebUI.
This procedure will completely reinstall the entire OS, which should resolve any deeper issues with the file system.

Best regards,

@Daumantas - You are correct
going to legacy firmware and then upgrading directly to the latest firmware fixed the issue.

Thank you!

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