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Re: Out of Disk Space !!



Thanks a lot for your reply
I'll get back to you soon, after working on that.

Thanks a lot 


On Tue, 08 Feb 2005 10:45:56 -0600, Peter Eisch <peter boku net> wrote:
> 
> If you look at 'pivotroot' down in the source, you'll see that stage2.img
> gets mounted as the new / during the install.  Whatever drivers you updated
> in initrd.img will also need to be updated on the new / image loaded from
> stage2.img.
> 
> What Drivers? ... the drivers for whatever controller your target install
> disk is connected.
> 
> On 2/8/05 10:36 AM, "Jaswinder Singh Kohli" <jskohli gmail com> wrote:
> 
> > Installing only bare minimum system, to act as gateway and proxy server.
> > All the partitions are correctly  formatted.
> >
> > I am using stripped down, buildinstall which only updates, initrd.img
> > and not the other files.
> >
> > Since building stage2.img using buildinstall, requires lot of other
> > packages to be in the
> > install tree, for X and others, which i dont' want to include, as it
> > is for proxy server
> > and very small image.
> >
> > And what kind of drivers ???
> >
> >
> > On Tue, 08 Feb 2005 10:16:05 -0600, Peter Eisch <peter boku net> wrote:
> >>
> >> You probably don't have drivers for that particular kernel that you are now
> >> booting from in the stage2.img.  Whatever you did to update the boot
> >> initrd.img, also do to the stage2.img.
> >>
> >> peter
> >>
> >> On 2/8/05 6:18 AM, "Jaswinder Singh Kohli" <jskohli gmail com> wrote:
> >>
> >>> 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....
> >>
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