Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 232091
DVD+ media will results in vary verbose output.logs
Last modified: 2008-07-16 17:58:07 EDT
Description of problem:
$summary; in addition to spewing all over the screen the hardware catalog won't
like some portion of these results since they can be 10+ MB in size; as well
they're not easy for human parsing either.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
hts-5.0-21; though it appears almost the same in -31; I'll attach a patch as
well, but it appears -21 already include the Juliet extention that seemed to be
missing from -31; not certain what that's about.
Everytime with DVD+R or DVD+RW media.
Created attachment 149984 [details]
Patch for -21 to add quiet mkisofs option to the growisofs that dvd+ media uses; also picks up the -J to make cleaner coasters for CD's; from -21 it seems the DVD already had -J
Rob, we can NOT use Juliet extention(-J) because it has:
o File Name Length limitations
o Directory Tree Depth limitations
the limitation should be 128(expressed as a number of bytes). For some
"long-name" files(e.g. some files under /usr/share/doc/ ), the file names will
be truncated , and this will lead to the "duplicate file" error . So I removed
"-J" since R21. (there is a bug addressing this "duplicate file" error, but I
can not recall the bug ID)
I've added the "-quiet" to growisofs in cdrom test, and tested it on my machine,
this fix is in R32.
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