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Re: No i386 images in rawhide,



>>>> Basically the only thing on the box that's rawhide is glibc which is
>>>> about where it got to before it barfed.
>>>
>>> Ahhah, this might be an all-important clue:
>>> * Wed Apr  1 2009 Jakub Jelinek <jakub redhat com> 2.9.90-12
>>> - update from trunk
>>> - configure with --enable-experimental-malloc
>>>
>>> Note "experimental malloc", Apr 1st is the first known occurrence
>>> of what appears to be memory corruption, and except for glibc, you
>>> have
>>> essentially F10 system exhibiting this issue. It's at least a rather
>>> promising lead if nothing else.
>>>
>>>> If you contact me off list I can give you a login to the device to
>>>> investigate if you like.
>>>
>>> Thanks, I might contact you later depending on where the trail
>>> leads :)
>>
>> I didn't see a bug filed for this issue already.  I've filed the
>> following bug to track this issue.
>>
>> Bug#494867 - "Rawhide i386 fails to boot - not syncing: No init found."
>>
>> It's currently assigned to the 'rpm' component, but I suspect that will
>> change with further analysis.
>
> FYI, it's glibc-2.9.90-12 i586-version that's broken, i686 version works
> just fine. And there's apparently a bug in yum that makes it pick i586 over
> i686 on some situations. Thanks to Jesse Keating for hunting it down.

So is it fixed in rawhide now or is it still pending?

Peter


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