[Bug 237035] Re: partition scheme makes /boot too small

Jarno Suni 237035 at bugs.launchpad.net
Fri May 27 15:11:36 UTC 2016


*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1357093 ***
    https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1357093

** This bug is no longer a duplicate of bug 1067106
   possible to run out of space on /boot partition when installed using auto recipe & full-disk-encryption
** This bug has been marked a duplicate of bug 1357093
   Kernels not autoremoving, causing out of space error on LVM or Encrypted installation or on any installation, when /boot partition gets full

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Title:
  partition scheme makes /boot too small

Status in partman-auto package in Ubuntu:
  Invalid

Bug description:
  Binary package hint: debian-installer

  I have been installing ubuntu hardy with the debian installer. The
  partition scheme was automatically generated by the installer using
  the full disk with Logical Volumes and seperate mount points for
  /boot, /, /tmp, /var, /usr, /home, swap. This resulted in /boot and /
  mount points of 256MB each. After the installation, the kernel upgrade
  failed because of lack of available space on /lib. The / mount point
  could not contain the two versions of the kernels. The default space
  usage for automatic partitionning should be set so that future
  upgrades can be performed.

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