TM = Timothy Murphy wrote:
TM>>>> I'm trying to upgrade a Thinkpad T23 (with
TM>>>> preupgrade) from F10. Everything went fine
TM>>>> until "Finishing upgrade process", which
TM>>>> has been running now for 14 hours, with
TM>>>> that ghastly imitation-Windows yo-yo
TM>>>> swinging from side to side.
TM>>>> I am told, "This may take a little while" !!!
TM>>>> Please, this is Linux.
TM>>>> Tell us what is happening,
TM>>>> and show us what progress is being made.
SA = Simon Andrews wrote:
SA>>> I saw this too (but not for that long). Going
SA>>> into a shell I saw that anaconda was only
SA>>> taking ~2%CPU...
PS = Pete Stieber
PS>> How did you get a shell when you were in the
PS>> "Please wait while setup is finished. This
PS>> may take a while" state?
PS>> I'm stuck in this state with a desktop machine.
PS>> I'm updating F10 -> F11 with the network install
PS>> CD and can't tell why it is stuck. I started
PS>> the install 19 hours ago.
JB = Joerg Bergmann
JB> See the "software upgrade failed" thread on this list.
JB> Due to all mirrors out of sync, any network install
JB> (or install with online repositories included) is
JB> impossible now. I learned that on Sunday, July 12. I
JB> did terminate an installation from DVD with online
JB> repositories included. An offline installation worked
JB> well. On Monday 15:00 UTC there was a window for
JB> doing the updates, but mirrors got de-synced after
JB> that again...
I was burnt by this problem last Saturday, but I successfully completed
a network install CD upgrade on a i386 machine yesterday, just before
upgrading the machine that is currently causing me problems. The screen
statued that is successfully installed 1090 packages.
Does anyone else believe this is the "mirror problem".
Thanks for the suggestion, but I'm wondering how to determine what is
going on on the machine? How did Simon get into a shell?
How long should I wait before rebooting?
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