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Bug#382070: marked as done (Long pauses during configuring portmap and configuring printconf)



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and subject line Bug#382070: Long pauses during configuring portmap and configuring printconf
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I recently did a businesscard install of the etch daily.

There were two unexpectedly long pauses in the later part of the installation. I've seen these before, so they aren't just a fluke. So I'm reporting them now.

The first was during "Configuring portmap". Looking on the VT02 console, "ps" showed that it was doing "rpcinfo -p". As an experiment, I did a chroot to /target myself and tried "rpcinfo -p". It hung, though a ctl-C killed it.

The second was during "Configuring printconf". Again, looking on the VT02 console with "ps", it seemed to be doing "/usr/bin/lpstat -l -d - p -v" for a long time -- then later it was doing "/usr/bin/lpstat -d" for an equally long time.

Normally these operations take a very short time. Is there something in the configuration process that is being done out-of-order, so that a vital system component isn't available yet?

Logs are available on request...

Rick



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Hello Rick,

On Tuesday 08 August 2006 18:08, Rick Thomas wrote:
> There were two unexpectedly long pauses in the later part of the
> installation.   I've seen these before, so they aren't just a fluke.
> So I'm reporting them now.

This issue has been resolved since you reported it.

Cheers,
FJP

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