Looks like I am running into something similar to this. |
I am running U6 of Redhat Advanced Server 3.0 for x86_64.
Has anyone experienced this before on U6? Any pointers/help will be greatly appreciated.
Brian Long wrote:
On Fri, 2005-12-09 at 12:17 +0530, Prasanna Ponnada wrote:Please find an extract from our webserver log below: 2005/12/09 06:23:13 10.149.17.213 200 26261 /redhat/AS3.0/x86_64/ks.cfg HTTP/1.1 2005/12/09 06:23:14 10.149.17.213 200 158 /redhat/AS3.0/x86_64/isolinux/vmlinuz HTTP/1.1 2005/12/09 06:23:20 10.149.17.213 200 158 /redhat/AS3.0/x86_64/isolinux/initrd.img HTTP/1.1 2005/12/09 06:25:16 10.149.17.213 404 78 /redhat/AS3.0/x86_64/RedHat/base/updates.img HTTP/1.1 2005/12/09 06:25:17 10.149.17.213 404 78 /redhat/AS3.0/x86_64/disc1/RedHat/base/updates.img HTTP/1.1 2005/12/09 06:25:18 10.149.17.213 200 158 /redhat/AS3.0/x86_64/RedHat/base/product.img HTTP/1.1 2005/12/09 06:25:27 10.149.17.213 404 78 /redhat/AS3.0/x86_64/disc1/RedHat/base/product.img HTTP/1.1 2005/12/09 06:25:28 10.149.17.213 200This is just Anaconda searching for product.img which might contain updates. It's normal for it to not exist :)159 /redhat/AS3.0/x86_64/RedHat/base/netstg2.img HTTP/1.1 2005/12/09 06:26:36 10.149.17.213 404 78 /redhat/AS3.0/x86_64/disc1/RedHat/base/netstg2.img HTTP/1.1 The other interesting thing is that although I see a HTTP 404 for files like updates.img, the installer does not complain about it and proceeds. However, when it fails to find netstg2.img, it pops up a window on the screen complaining that netstg2.img cannot be found in a given directory although the file exists there.netstg2.img is required by Anaconda, so that's why it pops up a window asking about it.Do I need to run genhdlist or pkgorder once I copy the contents of the CD into the webserver's directory?Nope. Can you "wget" the same path from an existing machine?I thought genhdlist talks only about rpms and not about updates or netstg2. Did anyone run into issues like the above? Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.I have not seen this in my experience with HTTP installs. /Brian/