Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 230952
passed raid.py error but fail to create iso when running --all-stages
Last modified: 2013-01-09 20:35:35 EST
Description of problem:
When trying to run pungi from start to finished iso to make installation disk, I
do not get through to creating the image successfully
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
run pungi --all-stages and check for iso creation after process completed.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run pungi
2. check directory for iso image
3. no image created.
No iso for install created
an iso created under iso to make installation disc
Refer to log for details.
Created attachment 149230 [details]
Log referenced on fedora-test list
The first problem was related to raid.py missing the additional ) character. I
corrected this problem as per help from Michal Jaegermann in message linked below:
Now I get through to where the disc is created but the disc fails because of
attached log error. Log will be attached next.
Created attachment 149239 [details]
Log after raid.py error corrected
Fails to create iso still.
This is because your iso label is too big. For now, try shortening the name /
version you're giving your spin.
The original issue reported in this bug is not a pungi problem. Please refile
with the pungi specific issue if you need to.
The original problem was that there never was created an iso image and the
process was stopped first because of the raid.py error. Now the error regarding
the creation of iso files is directly related to the length of the filename.
I have taken out the variables for the image from the pungi.py script and added
a specific filename in place of the variables. I am now running pungi
--all-stages to see if the iso file will generated. Thanks for the program and
reading through the code, it is not a simple task to accomplish with all
activities of responsibility that the developers have to keep up with.
Thanks to you and Michal Jaegermann for helping me get this far through the
program to generate a custom build.