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i need to free some space on my juniper router , in the root directory when i use >ls -lash command i see a .tgz file which is 405 M , my question , if i delete this will it cause any problem ?

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Juniper built a specific command for cleaning up files.

request system storage cleanup and request system storage cleanup dry-run

The documentation is here, but basically it's for doing exactly what you want - deleting unnecessary files. I tend to just use dry-run and manually delete a handful if I'm even slightly concerned about it. While it's a bit liberal, it will never delete anything critical to the system.

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You can safely delete that file. Someone most likely left it there by mistake after a software upgrade.

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