New issues with setup storage - disc too small
mt at debian.org
Thu Mar 17 03:51:52 CET 2011
> Logs attached, still no good.
Ok, fine, at least the commands are getting executed again. One basic question:
has this system + this configuration ever worked with setup-storage? If yes, any
clue which version that was. Although there is no archive of experimental
versions its possible to reproduce an earlier state by building from an SVN
revision of choice.
> I have to take a break for an hour, it takes that long to commute. It's also late there. shall we resume tomorrow?
I don't really know how long I'll stay awake myself, but at least I'll give you
more things to try which you can do whenever you get to it:
- add some exit 1; to usr/sbin/setup-storage in the first lines to make it abort
right away to get setup-storage out of the game.
- manually execute the following commands in the shell:
parted -s /dev/sdb mklabel msdos
parted -s /dev/sdb mkpart primary "" 32256B 134249471B
parted -s /dev/sdb mkpart extended "" 134249472B 60022480895B
parted -s /dev/sdb mkpart logical "" 134249984B 2281724927B
If the last command triggers the well-known errors message "Error informing the
kernel about modifications to partition /dev/sdb5 -- Device or resource busy."
then it's nothing got to do with setup-storage (although this might still mean
that we have to find a way to work around this inside setup-storage). If it does
*not* trigger that error message, move the exit 1; that you added before further
to the end of usr/sbin/setup-storage, reboot, retry. I'd suggest binary search -
try one of the first lines, then one of the last lines, then in the middle, ...
Thereby, if it's setup-storage's fault, we should be able to nail down which
command is causing the trouble.
Thanks a lot for your efforts,
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