[Bug 178774] Silent failure when out of /tmp space
tristan.willy at gmail.com
Wed Dec 26 20:20:29 GMT 2007
Public bug reported:
Binary package hint: gnomebaker
In Gnomebaker 0.6.2, copying a DVD when /tmp is low on space will result
in a truncated, broken copy. There is no visual error report .
Steps to reproduce:
1. Use a small (hint: ramdisk) /tmp space and plan to copy a larger-than-/tmp DVD.
2. Tools->Copy DVD
3. Copy with "Burn the disk" (single optical drive system, if that matters).
4. Watch the burn "succeed" and enjoy a new coaster/frisbee.
I suggest catching and failing on a out-of-space error when writing the
temporary iso file.
User workaround: In the preferences, set the temporary folder to a place
that has plenty of room.
** Affects: gnomebaker (Ubuntu)
Silent failure when out of /tmp space
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