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rd0 full during upgrade

Zé Loff-2
Sorry in advance if this is silly, but I'm not familiar enough with the
install/upgrade process and ramdisks to figure it out myself.

I'm trying to upgrade a Soekris box (net4801, 128Mb RAM, 4Gb CF card)
via tftp with the .tgz sets on a usb stick, and the root filesystem (on
rd0a) gets full. The system has / mounted read-only and /etc, /var, /dev
and /root mounted as mfs, but I'm not sure if this has anything to do
with the problem at hand.


right before getting the sets:

# mount
/dev/rd0a on / type ffs (local)
/dev/wd0a on /mnt type ffs (local, noatime)
/dev/wd0d on /mnt/mfs type ffs (local, noatime, nodev, nosuid)
/dev/wd0e on /mnt/home type ffs (local, noatime, nodev, nosuid)

# df -h
Filesystem     Size    Used   Avail Capacity  Mounted on
/dev/rd0a      1.8M    1.6M    156K    91%    /
/dev/wd0a      2.5G    256M    2.1G    11%    /mnt
/dev/wd0d      255M   11.4M    231M     5%    /mnt/mfs
/dev/wd0e      972M   54.2M    870M     6%    /mnt/home


getting the sets:

bsd          100% |*** (trimmed) ***|  8934 KB 00:14    
bsd.rd       100% |*** (trimmed) ***|  6330 KB 00:10    
base52.tgz   100% |*** (trimmed) ***| 55648 KB 07:57
uid 0 on /: file system full

/: write failed, file system is full
man52.tgz    100% |*** (trimmed) ***|  9507 KB 03:56    
uid 0 on /: file system full

/: write failed, file system is full
Location of sets? (disk ftp http or 'done') [done]


jumping to shell:

# df -h
Filesystem     Size    Used   Avail Capacity  Mounted on
/dev/rd0a      1.8M    1.8M    2.0K   100%    /
/dev/wd0a      2.5G    256M    2.1G    11%    /mnt
/dev/wd0d      255M   11.4M    231M     5%    /mnt/mfs
/dev/wd0e      972M   54.2M    870M     6%    /mnt/home


Any clues?

Many thanks

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Re: rd0 full during upgrade

Alexander Hall
On 01/31/13 14:11, Zé Loff wrote:

> Sorry in advance if this is silly, but I'm not familiar enough with the
> install/upgrade process and ramdisks to figure it out myself.
>
> I'm trying to upgrade a Soekris box (net4801, 128Mb RAM, 4Gb CF card)
> via tftp with the .tgz sets on a usb stick, and the root filesystem (on
> rd0a) gets full. The system has / mounted read-only and /etc, /var, /dev
> and /root mounted as mfs, but I'm not sure if this has anything to do
> with the problem at hand.
>
>
> right before getting the sets:
>
> # mount
> /dev/rd0a on / type ffs (local)
> /dev/wd0a on /mnt type ffs (local, noatime)
> /dev/wd0d on /mnt/mfs type ffs (local, noatime, nodev, nosuid)
> /dev/wd0e on /mnt/home type ffs (local, noatime, nodev, nosuid)
>
> # df -h
> Filesystem     Size    Used   Avail Capacity  Mounted on
> /dev/rd0a      1.8M    1.6M    156K    91%    /
> /dev/wd0a      2.5G    256M    2.1G    11%    /mnt
> /dev/wd0d      255M   11.4M    231M     5%    /mnt/mfs
> /dev/wd0e      972M   54.2M    870M     6%    /mnt/home
>
>
> getting the sets:
>
> bsd          100% |*** (trimmed) ***|  8934 KB 00:14
> bsd.rd       100% |*** (trimmed) ***|  6330 KB 00:10
> base52.tgz   100% |*** (trimmed) ***| 55648 KB 07:57
> uid 0 on /: file system full
>
> /: write failed, file system is full
> man52.tgz    100% |*** (trimmed) ***|  9507 KB 03:56
> uid 0 on /: file system full
>
> /: write failed, file system is full
> Location of sets? (disk ftp http or 'done') [done]
>
>
> jumping to shell:
>
> # df -h
> Filesystem     Size    Used   Avail Capacity  Mounted on
> /dev/rd0a      1.8M    1.8M    2.0K   100%    /
> /dev/wd0a      2.5G    256M    2.1G    11%    /mnt
> /dev/wd0d      255M   11.4M    231M     5%    /mnt/mfs
> /dev/wd0e      972M   54.2M    870M     6%    /mnt/home
>
>
> Any clues?
>
> Many thanks
>


Absolute symlinks in the target file system?

/Alexander

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Re: rd0 full during upgrade

Zé Loff-2
On Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 06:44:56PM +0100, Alexander Hall wrote:
>
> Absolute symlinks in the target file system?
>
> /Alexander
>

Bullseye!

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