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Re: Out of Disk Space !!



How much stuff are you actually installing? 1g for the entire system is
not very much space. I believe a completely trimmed down FC3 will take
close to that much now, and that assumes you have taken care of all
dependencies and such. Not sure if this is the case, but maybe try making
/ larger for testing purposes.

-Dan

> Hi,
>
> I am getting this error while installation, using the ks.cfg which
> partitions the drive into
> three partitions, /      = 1 G
>                         swap = 1 G
>                         /var  =  rest of space ( 30 + G)
>
> The cd image that i built had modified stage2.img, ( took care of
> .buildstamp)
> bootdisks upgraded to kernel 2.6.10...,
> Only Modified isolinux/initrd.img is used, rest of the files like,
> stage2.img and hdstg2.img
> are just repackaged version of what were on Original FC3 Iso's, only
> changed .buildstamp
>
> Now when i booot that CD, the boots up, detects hardware, anaconda starts
> X
> The partitions are created and formatted, but then the Install ends
> with a message.
>
> "An error occured while transfering install image to your harddrive .
> You are probably
> out of disk space"
>
> Where as when i perform fdisk -l on tty2,  which shows, all the
> partitions were created
> and also on console 6 the formatting was successful and hence lot of
> space is there.
>
> On tty3, the detailed error message is as follows...
>
> Error transfering stage2.img: [Errno 2] No such file of directory:
>     '/mnt/sysimage/proc/rhinstall-stage2.img'
>
> I did a search on google, and archives, came up with no results.
>
> Can any one tell me what i am missing or doing wrong and why it is
> trying to copy
> rhinstall-stage2.img from some proc fs instead of stage2.img from CD.
>
> I am stuck at this point for  too long now, any Pointers, any ideas,
> will be helpful, that can
> get me going in forward direction.
>
> Thanks....
>
> --
> Regards
> JSK
> jskohli (AT) gmail (DOT) com
>
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