Description of problem: I was running the CORE test on a couple of
systems and noticed that if a CORE test fails in a previous run and
fills up / (it _can_ happen :) the next runs of CORE will fail --
because there's not enough space for the logfiles and/or the rpmbuild.
I think the prep-phase, at least for CORE (if not all tests) should
look for some minimal amount of free space in the prep phase.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
# rpm -q rhr
How reproducible: very and easily
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Fill the filesystem for /usr/src/redhat and/or /var/log to 100%
2. Install rhr2 RPMs
3. Configure and run the CORE test
Actual results: failure due to lack of space
Expected results: prep phase should find such a requirement
should be addressed in 0.9-14.8k available on
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described in this bug report. This report is therefore being
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