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#1 2010-09-26 03:27:27

chris-kun
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bsdtar: write error

anyone know why I'd be getting an error like this? It's for the btrl package.

Last edited by chris-kun (2010-09-26 03:27:44)


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#2 2010-09-26 05:34:13

Allan
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Re: bsdtar: write error

Do ou have enough space on your drive?

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#3 2010-09-26 06:07:46

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Re: bsdtar: write error

yes


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#4 2010-09-30 11:11:06

Stefan Husmann
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Re: bsdtar: write error

Do you have enough inodes?

Do you have xz installed? Or gzip, depends on your settings in makepkg.conf.

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#5 2012-06-09 19:32:21

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Re: bsdtar: write error

Gonna bump and borrow this thread for a similar problem:
I'm trying to install selinux kernel via yaourt after I've downloaded the linux-3.3.tar.xz
It gives me this message:
Error link

And I've checked my my size/inodes, if I got xz & gzip and all seems to be enough to be able to extract linux-3.3.tar.xz

Inodes:

Filesystem     Inodes IUsed IFree IUse% Mounted on
rootfs           470K   44K  426K   10% /
dev               38K   571   37K    2% /dev
run               38K   397   38K    2% /run
/dev/sda3        470K   44K  426K   10% /
shm               38K     1   38K    1% /dev/shm
tmpfs             38K   38K     0  100% /tmp
/dev/sda1         26K    29   26K    1% /boot
/dev/sda4        789K    17  789K    1% /home

Size:

Filesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
rootfs          7.4G  1.3G  5.8G  18% /
dev             150M     0  150M   0% /dev
run             151M  208K  151M   1% /run
/dev/sda3       7.4G  1.3G  5.8G  18% /
shm             151M     0  151M   0% /dev/shm
tmpfs           151M  151M     0 100% /tmp
/dev/sda1        98M   18M   75M  20% /boot
/dev/sda4        13G  313M   12G   3% /home

Solved:
The problem was that I had too small for yaourt to temporary allocate the files, so a quick:

mount -t tmpfs tmpfs /tmp -o size=2000M,mode=1777,remount
Fixed that

Last edited by Stringer (2012-06-10 13:54:58)

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