High NVRAM Usage?

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icsy7687

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Currently using 63653 / 65536 bytes

I have about 21 DHCP reserversations and a handful of IPV6 firewall rules.

Any ideas on how to lower NVRAM usage?
 

icsy7687

Occasional Visitor
Blunt and accurate.

I did in fact find a solution. Wiped out all of the "unused variables" and cleared up almost 10M.

I will search more thoroughly in the future.
 

distilled

Senior Member
On a similar note, does anyone know where little jpegs of devices in the device list are stored?
 

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icsy7687

Occasional Visitor
I don't have them. They look like they are being called elsewhere?

You could try the "find" command.

Something like:
find . | grep jpg
From the root.
Might help?
 

distilled

Senior Member
I don't have them. They look like they are being called elsewhere?

You could try the "find" command.

Something like:
find . | grep jpg
From the root.
Might help?

Well, nice try, but a more traditional

find / -name *jpg

finds a handful of images, but not the dozen or so I uploaded.

Does anyone know where these files live offhand?
 

distilled

Senior Member

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