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Bug#757985: kfreebsd: hang with ENOSPC after a few components are loaded

Steven Chamberlain <steven@pyro.eu.org> (2014-08-20):
>> But I am still asking:  how is it that partman-iscsi is being installed
>> into a kfreebsd d-i image (by APT I believe)?  I'd expect it to be
>> uninstallable due to missing dependencies.  Could that be a bug, or is
>> it a known limitation?

Thanks.  I've meanwhile found the answer to this.  It's actually not
being installed in the images, but is installed later by anna.

I think all we need to do is add the expected-uninstallable packages to

(perhaps referring to http://d-i.debian.org/edos/#unstable for packages
we probably want to exclude)

On 20/08/14 02:50, Cyril Brulebois wrote:
> I'd really appreciate if we could concentrate on the other points of my
> mail, instead of deflecting on this point of detail.

But it *is* also relevant here.  Each udeb in our image takes up space
for the extracted files, but also I suspect _considerable_ space in
cdebconf data.  Addressing this may already fix the ENOSPC error, and if
we can keep the anna excludes up-to-date, we could avoid some unwanted
udebs (meant for Linux) appearing in the future.

Steven Chamberlain

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