[Bug 178774] Re: Silent failure when out of /tmp space

Tristan tristan.willy at gmail.com
Mon Jan 19 01:08:48 GMT 2009

It has been a while, but I do recall how it works. gnomebaker calls
other tools, in this case readom, and checks the return codes from these
tools. The problem is this part of my previous post:

$ readom dev=/dev/sr0 f=/tmp/tmpfs/test.iso
readom: No space left on device. Cannot write '/tmp/tmpfs/test.iso'
$ echo $?

So the problem is that readom detects an error, but returns a success
exit code. The exit code should be non-zero for gnomebaker to detect the

Silent failure when out of /tmp space
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