Bug#392765: partman-auto-lvm: [powerpc] Using auto-LVM recipe on apple XServe G5 fails to include apple bootstrap partition.
On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 11:58:29PM +0200, Frans Pop wrote:
> On Friday 13 October 2006 23:08, Sven Luther wrote:
> > > Please check that the get_recipedir function in
> > > /lib/partman/recipes.sh selects an appropriate set of recipes for
> > > that box. You can debug this by a adding a line 'set -x' in
> > > /lib/partman/auto-lvm_tools.sh.
> > I can't reboot the box right now, can you tell me where the recipes are
> > selected, so i can look at the code ?
> See above. To repeat myself:
> PARTMAN-AUTO-LVM USES THE EXACT SAME RECIPES AS USED IN PARTMAN-AUTO!!!
> recipes.sh is part of partman-auto.
> auto-lvm_tools.sh is part of partman-auto-lvm.
> Is that so hard to figure out by yourself?
> Please READ FIRST, then THINK and DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH, then THINK AGAIN
> and only then SEND MAIL. I really am getting sick of having to hold your
> hand every step of the way. I'm perfectly willing to help, but you have
> to do some work yourself too. This way you are wasting _MY_ time.
And what do you think i am trying to do since a couple of hours ? Getting the
box up, and trying to investigate the raid stuff, reading through the partman
spagetti code, and so on.
Do you also read what i wrote ? you asked that i look at
/lib/partman/recipes.sh, which is a d-i thingy, but i can't reboot the box
right now, so i want to look at the actual code, doing the selection, to see
if i can find something in it, is it so difficult to say :
recipes.sh is in partman-auto ?
would it not have cost much less time and energy to say just that, and not the
full-cap message above ?
Please calm down, how can we ever work together, if you jump to agressive
conclusions all the time ?