Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 6024
/tmp/hdimage not unmounted if not enough free space during install
Last modified: 2015-01-07 18:38:54 EST
When installing from a local disk a python scripting error
occurs on a second install attempt if the first install
attempt failed because of a lack of free disk space.
1. Select Packages to install
2. Install Screen determines you need an additional XX MB of
space to proceed.
3. Press <Back> to uncheck some more packages which are not
4. Select install and an error occurs because the device is
Python scripting error and you can select to drop in debug.
Work around is to flip to F2 console and manually unmount
the /tmp/hdimage after the installer determined there was
not enough free space to install.
I guess the fix would be to unmount the local disk partition
when it is determined there is not enough space to install.
This should be okay since the only option at this point is
to press <Back>... There are other temporary mounts which
are unmounted automatically... just not the /tmp/hdimage.
The manual unmount worked successful.
If the error occurs... the installer automatically reboots
the machine after shutting everything down.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 5809 ***