Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 427375
Creating a CD set in revisor only gives me the SHA1SUM, no ISOs
Last modified: 2008-05-12 14:44:47 EDT
I ran revisor on f-8, tried to create a set, and it looked like everything was
fine, but all I got in /srv/revisor/f8-i386/iso was the SHA1SUM.
Version 2.0.5-14, f8.
Thanks for creating a separate bug, Jon
Tell me if the SHA1SUM file has any entries at all, please
If you build with --install-tree, is the tree created properly? Is disk space an
issue (at all)? If all else fails, please attach the output of a --debug run.
/usr/bin/sha1sum: F-8-i386-CD.iso: No such file or directory
Not sure about --install-tree, ran from the desktop, so no flags passed.
Disk space isn't an issue, I don't think. I have /srv/revisor symlinked to a
large partition (9.6GB free). Would I need equivalent space available on
/var/tmp? Not familiar with how it moves the bits around. If needed, I can
shift /var/tmp to the larger dik and try again.
Correction, /var/tmp IS on the larger disk.
Judging from the name (F-8-i386-CD.iso not having a disc number), that should be
large enough alright.
I have not seen this behaviour yet. Is genisoimage installed? I just found out
it isn't a requirement of the revisor package.
FWIW, revisor worked before I upgraded from F7 to F8.
I'd like to see the output of revisor once you started it with the --debug flag.
From a terminal, run:
sudo revisor --debug 2>&1 |tee revisor.log
Created attachment 290756 [details]
Revisor log, debug mode
Same result. Diskspace is still fine afterward, FWIW.
Trying to reproduce the issue locally with the master GIT branch.
Cannot reproduce using the master branch, trying the 2.0.5 F-8 branch now
I'm sorry I've taken so long, but this still is not reproducible for me, unless
I fake not enough diskspace. You could try with the latest Revisor, and possibly
suspend (ctrl-z) it during the mkisofs stage, and then run the command manually
see if it has any errors in the output?
Hmm, now I can't reproduce it. I think I misunderstood all the places I needed
certain amounts of free disk. I've since moved /tmp to another partition and it
Sorry for the confusion.