This article describes an issue where pushing the Check Point policy fails with an error message "Load on module failed - no memory"The following error message may appear when trying to push the Check Point policy to gateways:
"Load on module failed - no memory".
In most situations, this error message is not related to a memory issue, but results from a configuration error.
One of possible reasons is a security policy containing an international or non-ASCII character.
As a workaround, you can disable "rulebase_uids_in_log" parameter, or contact Check Point to obtain a hotfix.
Go to 'Policy' menu - Global Properties - SmartDashboard Customization - under Advanced Configuration, click on 'Configure...' - expand the 'FireWall-1' - go to 'General'.
Clear the box rulebase_uids_in_log.
Click 'OK' to close all windows.
Install the Security policy.
Another possibility is a cluster IP address configured in "General properties" and conflicting with one of the IP addresses on the gateway.
For details and other potential issues leading to this error please refer to Check Point SecureKnowledge (articles sk33893 and sk40768).
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