Steven Chamberlain <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2014-08-13): > On 13/08/14 02:55, Cyril Brulebois wrote: > > (Looking at syslog when I can, it seems anna is the tool running > > into a full partition, which isn't surprising.) > > Some new installer components have appeared since wheezy, such as > partman-iscsi, which is arch: all. It is of no use without > open-iscsi-udeb, which is linux-any. > > Is it a bug that it is added into kfreebsd images with unsatisfied > dependencies? And/or, must we work around it by making partman-iscsi > arch: linux-any? > > I know it is not very big, but it is shown in the partman menu, > despite it not going to work. I don't think we'll have userland iSCSI > initiator support for jessie. (Non-)installability seems quite orthogonal to the fact that we're hitting ENOSPC right after locale-related settings, doesn't it? If a single extra udeb (or udeb size increase, which happens from time to time) is going to break kfreebsd-*, it seems to me that their status is far too brittle. I'm also quite astonished about being the one reporting that. Did I miss developer/porter testing and/or user reports? This kind of breakage is so bad that I would have expected reports way earlier, or at least before my own noticing that these images are unusable… Mraw, KiBi.
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