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Description of problem:
rerunning up2date after a 'cancel' after download fails with 'not enough
disk space' . All the packages had already been downloaded. I would think
it would detect that some or all the packages were already local and adjust
the disk space requirements
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install rosswell
2. partially run up2date, canceling after all the packages have been
2a. to test, make sure there is not enough disk space to redownload all
3. run up2date again
Actual Results: Error dialog
"The total size of selected packages is 181920 kb, but
You only have 174936 kb of free space.
Please unselect some packages and continue"
Expected Results: Determine if some of all of the packages are already
downloaded and in the /var/spool/up2date directory
The error dialog stated "181920 kb" and "174936 kb". I would read that as
181920 kilo _bits_ (small k) rather than Kilo Bytes.
Recomend 181920 KB
erk. Indeed, it should check to see which packages have been downloaded
first to see if it has enough space.
Know hoe to fix this, but it's a low priority at the moment.
This has been fixed in the 7.3 versions of the client.