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Old 03-31-2005, 09:23 AM   #1
maimonoded
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Yum - check for disk space


Hi,
i'm using yum to install rpms on my servers, i also create some rpms for tools in our
organization, each rpm create it's own file system in the %pre section at the rpm spec file.

i've one rpm that it's size is 2G. when using yum to install this rpm, yum will check for free space at / file system, what yum doesn't know is that the rpm pre script will create a file system
for him self.

i need to disable this check.

any one can please help me?

thanks.
Oded.
 
  


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