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Re: F8test2 Xen guest install to F7 fails - no /Fedora directory in distro.



Jesse Keating wrote:

> On Wed, 19 Sep 2007 11:47:07 -0700
> Mike Carney <mc-al34luc sbcglobal net> wrote:
> 
>> No I'm not. Seems clear and concise to me. But I'll restate it for
>> you. The iso is loop mounted on a nfs server, which
>> virt-install/virt-manager is told about through using
>> nfs:192.168.0.1:/mnt as an argument. Previous versions of the distro
>> had a Fedora directory at the root of the dvd iso. f8test2 does not,
>> therefore, the install fails.
> 
> Yes, but you said that sniffing nfs showed you the installer mounting
> the iso?  As in loopback mounting the iso, or that it mounted the nfs
> directory where the iso was pre-mounted?

The iso is loopback mounted on the nfs server, and the loopback mount point
is exported via nfs to the dom0 machine (separate machine). This setup has
worked from FC5 thru F8test1, and just stopped working in F8test2.

> 
> This may be a regression due to making the package directory more
> generic (s/Fedora/Packages/), but loopback mounted NFS installs are not
> nearly tested as much as exploaded tree NFS, or unmounted isos in a NFS
> directory method.  If you don't loopback mount the iso and instead just
> nfs share the directory that has the .iso file in it, does your install
> proceed?

No, it fails. The installer is still looking for a /Fedora directory:

Portmap  V2 GETPORT Reply (Call In 174) Port:614$
MOUNT    V3 NULL Call (Reply In 178)$
MOUNT    V3 NULL Reply (Call In 177)$
MOUNT    V3 MNT Call (Reply In 180) /local/Downloads$
MOUNT    V3 MNT Reply (Call In 179)$
TCP      934 > nfs [SYN] Seq=0 Len=0 MSS=1460 TSV=5125310 TSER=0 WS=4$
TCP      nfs > 934 [SYN, ACK] Seq=0 Ack=1 Win=185344 Len=0 MSS=1460
TSV=529338364 TSER=5125310 WS=5$
TCP      934 > nfs [ACK] Seq=1 Ack=1 Win=5840 Len=0 TSV=5125310
TSER=529338364$
NFS      V3 NULL Call (Reply In 186)$
TCP      nfs > 934 [ACK] Seq=1 Ack=45 Win=5792 Len=0 TSV=529338364
TSER=5125310$
NFS      V3 NULL Reply (Call In 184)$
TCP      934 > nfs [ACK] Seq=45 Ack=29 Win=5840 Len=0 TSV=5125310
TSER=529338364$
NFSACL   V3 NULL Call (Reply In 189)$
NFSACL   V3 NULL Reply (Call In 188)$
NFS      V3 FSINFO Call (Reply In 191), FH:0x00ed11e7$
NFS      V3 FSINFO Reply (Call In 190)$
NFS      V3 GETATTR Call (Reply In 193), FH:0x00ed11e7$
NFS      V3 GETATTR Reply (Call In 192)  Directory mode:0777 uid:0 gid:3$
NFS      V3 FSINFO Call (Reply In 195), FH:0x00ed11e7$
NFS      V3 FSINFO Reply (Call In 194)$
NFS      V3 GETATTR Call (Reply In 197), FH:0x00ed11e7$
NFS      V3 GETATTR Reply (Call In 196)  Directory mode:0777 uid:0 gid:3$
NFS      V3 ACCESS Call (Reply In 201), FH:0x00ed11e7$
NFS      V3 ACCESS Reply (Call In 200)$
NFS      V3 LOOKUP Call (Reply In 203), DH:0x00ed11e7/Fedora$
NFS      V3 LOOKUP Reply (Call In 202) Error:NFS3ERR_NOENT
> 



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