Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 24275
7.0->7.0 upgrade crashes anaconda
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:30:45 EDT
Upgrading a 7.0 install with anaconda-7.0 crashes the installer right after
it asks whether the user would like to upgrade individual packages,
regardless of the answer to that question. The exception raised indicates
that the root has not been mounted.
Could you please attach the traceback you get?
Oops, I forgot all my drives were on the Promise controller :)
This particular issue may go away once kernel 2.4 is shipping, but I think it
would be a good idea nevertheless to have some sort of error dialog ("No hard
disks found! Bailing out") rather than a crash... an installer can never be
Though this crash should be fairly easy to reproduce, I can still provide a
traceback if you still want one,
Yes please add the traceback so I can document this failure better.
It'll be a few days. My CD-ROM drive decided it didn't need a disc tray, leaving
me no way to boot the system CD.
Created attachment 10942 [details]
anaconda failed i,m a beginer help me
I have the identical problem mentioned by email@example.com.
I believe it has some to do with mounting the root. The problem happened rt
after a sudden power down of the equipment.
Created attachment 13323 [details]
Dump file after the system crashed
this appears to be random media/hardware/memory corruption errors.