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08:34 codaexcuse me guys, does anybody know how to tell setup-storage 'use the maximum available space' for a specific partition?
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08:39 oz__coda: '100%'
08:39 codaoh :P
08:39 codathanks oz :D
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08:56 codaoz__: hhmm I've set 100% to my last partition (/home), but now it says my disk is too small, and at least 190GB are required :$
08:57 codaoz__: could I pastebin my diskconf (if no problem) to double check if it makes sense to you?
08:57 oz__coda: can you paste you config file on paste.debian.net?
08:57 codasure, thanks :)
08:57 oz__ah, yes :)
08:58 codahttp://paste.debian.net/119770
08:59 codamy hd size is 146GB
09:00 oz__ah, in thay case, better set it to 50G-
09:00 oz__s/thay/that/
09:00 codaahhh ok, does it mean '50G or maximum space available'?
09:00 codaI meant, from 50G to max
09:01 oz__yah
09:01 codagreat, thanks again :)
09:01 oz___should_ work
09:01 codaI'll give it a try right now and let you know :)
09:13 codaahhmm well, I hope you don't hate me :P, for some reason I've added the 'reboot' options to FAI_FLAGS, and it seems it hangs trying to do something with nfs before rebooting :( does it sounds familiar to you?
09:13 oz__yah, I've seen this, too
09:14 codaoh
09:14 codait says "nfs: server 192.168.1.1 not responding. still trying", and that's it
09:15 oz__but It should reboot anyway... after a while :)
09:16 codaough :P it's been 3 or 4 min :( I'll wait a few minutes more
09:16 oz__press strg-alt-delete
09:17 oz__btw, what version are you using on what Operating system?
09:18 codaI'm using debian 6.0.1 64bit (on the server side) and fai 3.4.8
09:20 oz__installing 64bit only?
09:20 codayeap
09:20 coda(at the moment :P)
09:21 codabtw, ctrl-alt-delete is not working :(
09:21 codaI think I'll have to reboot it manually
09:31 oz__oh-ctl-alt-del worked with me mostly
09:31 coda:(
09:31 codadoes it just happens randomly?
09:32 coda(btw, the 50G- value worked flawlessly :) thank you!)
09:36 codaI'm trying to reinstall, to see if it hangs again
09:38 codapff.. it worked well this time
09:39 oz__hehe
09:39 codaweird :D
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11:37 Kingluicoda: i think that could be a problem with multiple network interfaces
11:38 Kingluicoda: Do you have a additional network card in the server?
11:39 Kingluicoda: Do you have some DELL Server?
11:39 oz__.o0(TröDELL)
11:40 Kinglui;)
11:40 Kingluibecause i can remember coda has some Broadcom network interfaces
11:56 codaKinglui: hello! sorry, I was away from the pc :P yeap, it's a DELL server with an embedded Broadcom (quad)
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13:16 Kingluiwhich Series of Server?
13:20 Kingluihttp://wiki.fai-project.org/wiki/Multiple_Network_Interfaces_Howto
13:20 Kingluiyou try with biosdevname: http://linux.dell.com/files/biosdevname/permalink/
13:23 Kingluicoda: that could be interesting for you: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=593284
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13:58 codaKinglui: it's a PowerEdge R610
13:59 codathanks for the links :) I'll take a look at them right now
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14:24 fai45Greetings.  Trying to get through 'fai-setup -v' using Ubuntu 10.10 "maverick" ; fai packages version 3.4.3ubuntu1
14:25 fai45Encountered one error that I traced down to being that 'aptitude' wasn't installed by default, fixed by adding --include=aptitude to make-fai-nfsroot.conf
14:25 fai45Now I'm seeing a failure relating to the live-initramfs package
14:26 fai45The following packages have unmet dependencies:   fai-nfsroot: Depends: live-initramfs which is a virtual package. The following actions will resolve these dependencies:       Keep the following packages at their current version: 1)     fai-nfsroot [Not Installed]      
14:27 fai45chroot'ing into /srv/fai/nfsroot/live/filesystem.dir/ indeed suggests that neither fai-nfsroot not live-initramfs are available via an apt-cache search.
14:28 M`cc`_I guess you have an incomplete sources.list
14:28 fai45So I'm guessing I have a missing package repository somewhere.  So far I haven't been able to track it down.
14:28 M`cc`_wrt universe
14:28 oz__how does your sources.list look like?
14:30 fai45Which: /etc/apt/sources.list or /etc/fai/apt/sources.list?
14:30 M`cc`_/srv/fai/nfsroot/live/filesystem.dir/etc/sources.list, of course
14:30 M`cc`_since you're chrooting
14:31 M`cc`_.../etc/apt/.. i mean
14:31 fai45Ah, right.  It's identical to /etc/fai/apt/sources.list, which contains [not sure if I can paste that much here; giving it a try]:
14:32 fai45deb http://girder:3142/us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ maverick main restricted deb-src http://girder:3142/us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ maverick main restricted deb http://girder:3142/us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ maverick-updates main restricted deb-src http://girder:3142/us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ maverick-updates main restricted deb http://girder:3142/us
14:32 M`cc`_you're missing universe
14:32 M`cc`_check your live sources.list and copy the universe lines to the nfsroot one
14:32 fai45Actually, it's 23 lines long, I don't think this irc client likes a big paste.
14:33 M`cc`_http://paste.debian.net/
14:34 fai45http://paste.debian.net/119806/
14:34 fai45"girder" is the local dns name of my install server which is running apt-cacher-ng.  I don't think I've had any problems related to apt-cacher-ng (yet?)
14:34 M`cc`_you seem to have universe in sources.list
14:35 M`cc`_if your apt-cacher is set up correctly, you should be able to install fai packages
14:37 fai45hmm, apt-cache search fai-nfsroot is now returning something inside the chroot, but apt-cache search live-initramfs is not.  The earlier set of errors that I pasted also seems like the problem may be live-initramfs.
14:39 fai45If I try to run 'aptitude install fai-nfsroot' inside the chroot, I get the same errors as appeared in the output of fai-setup.  
14:39 fai45The salient part being, I think: The following packages have unmet dependencies:   fai-nfsroot: Depends: live-initramfs which is a virtual package.
14:40 M`cc`_I don't have maverick at hand but natty has live-initramfs in universe as a transitional package for live-boot-initramfs-tools
14:46 fai45This is interesting: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/maverick/i386/live-initramfs/
14:46 fai45It was "deleted" 2010-07-28.  continuing to look...
14:48 fai45This is also interesting: http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.linux.debian.fai/8760  Looks like that guy hit the same issue.
14:54 fai45I don't really care whether I use lucid, maverick, or natty.  I went with maverick because lucid doesn't seem to include any fai packages in the main ubuntu repositories and I would have needed to add a PPA.  I (mistakenly?) assumed the "shipped" FAI packages would be more stable / reliable.
14:54 fai45I'm happy to go back and use lucid with some modifications to sources.list.  Can you (or anybody) suggest from your experience which is likely to be the path of least resistance?
14:54 fai45Thanks
14:55 M`cc`_from discussions here in the past few days i guess that fai packages aren't as good for ubuntu as they are for debian
14:56 M`cc`_missing defaults, different package names, etc
14:56 M`cc`_so I'd go with debian as least resistance
15:00 fai45indeed; I need a non-free wireless driver.  I'll have to check how Lenny handles it.
15:00 fai45Sorry, squeeze. :)
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19:41 FBIfai: 3 lange committed revision 6573 to 7 fai:  remove old RHEL5 examples, we now have working CentOS and SLC examples
20:11 FBIfai: 3 lange committed revision 6574 to 7 fai:  CentOS support is done
20:17 FBIfai: 3 lange committed revision 6575 to 7 fai:  minor change
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