Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 133766
Anaconda unmount is not clean
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:50 EST
Upgrading a dual PIV box with an md mirrored root file system and md0
swap I got the strange error
Unable to unmount /dev/sda3\040
at end time. When I reboot after the upgrade the ext3fs is dirty and a
recovery is performed.
That's ... odd. Where do you get it? And what is sda3?
It turned up at the end of the upgrade after the upgrade went fine.
/dev/sda3 is the swap partition. I don't see any odd characters in
If you start an upgrade (and don't finish it, just get to where it
finds packages to upgrade), can you switch to tty2 and see what
/proc/swaps has in it?
What other messages were around the "Unable to umount /dev/sda3" message?
The messages were the other unmounting ones followed by a reboot as
expected at the end of install.
The /proc file contains
/dev/sda3 partition .. etc
I've used od and there is no \040 in it at all.
Did this still happen wiht FC3 final?
I've not seen it since the beta