Bug#465753: libc6: symbol _dl_out_of_memory, version GLIBC_PRIVATE not defined
Michael Prokop a écrit :
> * Aurelien Jarno <email@example.com> [20080214 17:28]:
>> Michael Prokop a écrit :
>>> I've a base.tgz for faster chroot setup within FAI (so it's like a
>>> normal bootstrapped system in case you aren't familiar with FAI) and
>>> upgrading from 2.3.6.ds1-13etch2 to libc6 2.7-8 fails:
>>> ,---- [ quoting upgrade process ]
>>> | [...]
>>> | Non-interactive mode, upgrade glibc forcibly
>>> | Unpacking replacement libc6 ...
>>> | /bin/sh: relocation error: /lib/tls/libc.so.6: symbol _dl_out_of_memory, version GLIBC_PRIVATE not defined in file ld-linux.so.2 with link time reference
>>> I'm not sure whether it's a known issue currently (though I can't
>>> find an according bugreport) or if I've an upgrade path not
>>> supported at all right now - sorry for the noise then.
>> This is a problem that has been reported more than once, but it is
>> usually unreproducible. Basically it looks like dpkg fails to remove
>> /lib/tls/* during the upgrade, but we are unsure if it is actually a bug
>> in dpkg.
>> A quick workaround is to remove /lib/tls/* and then continue the upgrade.
> Tested and verified it: works then.
>> If I understand correctly, you started from a clean chroot in base.tgz.
>> Are you able to reproduce the problem when starting again from the same
>> base.tgz? If yes, it would be nice if you can share this file so that we
>> can try to reproduce the problem locally.
> Sure, I reproduced the problem several times before reporting it.
> The chroot is available online: http://daily.grml.org/base.tgz
> JFYI: Please don't forget to adjust /etc/resolv.conf +
> /etc/apt/sources.list inside the chroot which usually FAI does for
> me. ;)
Unfortunately I am not able to reproduce the problem. It may be due to a
different kernel version and/or filesystem. What is your kernel? And
your root filesystem?
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