Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 137291
"global name 'errorMessage' is not defined"
Last modified: 2015-01-07 19:08:45 EST
Description of problem:
Getting an error with system-config-lvm-0.9.3-1.0 when attempting to
remove a logical volume which is currently in use (in this case, / was
on the LV I was trying to remove.) Looks like some more traps are
needed to notify the user they are attempting to remove an LV
currently in use, as well as "errorMessage" needs to be defined.
Can't remove open logical volume "LogVol01"
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/system-config-lvm/InputController.py", line 365, in
NameError: global name 'errorMessage' is not defined
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
This is actually two bugs - the 'global name errorMessage not defined'
is now fixed in 0.9.4-1.0, but the lv rm portion of this report still
needs looking into. Note to self!
This issue will be ready for QA on or before 11-05-04
Will be checked in today, 11-10-04 :-/
The errorMessage issue is fixed for this ticket, and now if you try
and remove an LV with a mounted filesystem on it, you are warned. Here
is an example warning message:
"BIG WARNING: Logical Volume /dev/adder/NewLV has an ext2 file system
on it and is currently mounted on /lv_test_mnt. Are you absolutely
certain that you wish to discard the data on this mounted filesystem?"
Oops: Forgot to say that this fix is in the upcoming 0.9.10-1.0 build
Verified in system-config-lvm-0.9.11-1.0.