strange upgrade bugs with "cannot access archive: No such file or directory"
vicedar at gmail.com
Mon Jan 18 09:51:15 GMT 2010
Maybe one of the following:
1. Not enough free space?
2. Problems with ext4? (Maybe the file got corrupt during a hard reboot?)
3. Maybe they have adsl or cable internet with limited
downloading/uploading. Perhaps once they reached the limit, the file was
downloaded as an HTML page or something of that sort. ("E: Read error - read
(9: Bad file descriptor)")
For (2), I had a totally weird bug once and the question still remains
between ext4 and dpkg: https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/338607
It was a one-time thing and never happened again. But I still think it was
2010/1/18 Reinhard Tartler <siretart at ubuntu.com>
> hi folks,
> While going through my bugmail I've noticed a number of bugs with the
> same pattern that are assigned to various packages by bug triagers. All
> Terminal logs look like this:
> dpkg: error processing
> cannot access archive: No such file or directory
> With googling it seems that the following bugs follow that pattern.
> I'm a big puzzled how these failures can happen. Did the file somehow
> got deleted during the install process? I cannot imagine that some user
> is calling an 'apt-get clean' deliberatly simultanous to running an
> dist-upgrade, so I suspect something else is doing this.
> Moreover, perhaps bugsquad has some infrastructure to batch-process this
> kind of bugs?
> Reinhard Tartler, KeyID 945348A4
> Ubuntu-bugsquad mailing list
> Ubuntu-bugsquad at lists.ubuntu.com
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