Installer w/ UFS set subpartitions too big
Running Oracle VM VIrtualBox 4.2.6 on MacOSX + dfly-i386-3.2.2_REL.iso
Installing into entire disk + UFS + default sub-partitions - the following error popups (brevity):
The space allocated in subpartitions (13507) exceeds HD size (12355)
per IRC made bug report
#2 Updated by khindenburg 10 months ago
I don't see a way to output VirtualBox setup
1318MB RAM, PIIX3 chipset, enable Vt-X/AMD-V and Nested Pages -allowed 1 cpu - PAE/NX unchecked - disabled: io apic/efi/hardware clock
controler IDE PIIX4 - use host i/o cache -
IDE Primary master VDI 12.07GB dynamically allocated
IDE Secondary dfly-i386-3.2.2_REL.iso
Note that even when I fix this partition issue I can't get dfly to install on the VDI (hangs) - also the 64 iso page dumps during installation - so perhaps something w/ the VM and not dfly.
-- I vaguely recall at some time I had a VM of dfly running but it might have been years ago
- Assignee set to swildner
OK thanks, I've reproduced the partition size issue. The installer simply recommends wrong defaults here. After a bit of downsizing it will install. I will take a look at it.
Regarding the hang, It installed fine (and booted after that) here using your settings. I set the type to "FreeBSD", dunno if another type gives different results. But this is vbox 4.2.6 on a Windows host.
What exactly do you mean with hangs? The twiddle stops spinning? Are you able to switch to vty0 (with ALT-F1) which shows the files as they are copied?
Another guy (in our IRC channel) had issues with installing DragonFly/x86_64 on VirtualBox on the Mac. Looks like he got it installed, though, and it crashed later (disk detached out of the blue).
What is the x86_64 issue you are seeing? Is it similar to his (http://djdomics.free.fr/pub/DragonFlyBSD/df64vbox.tiff)?
If it is different, can you give us a screen shot of your x86_64 crash?
On Thu, 21 Feb 2013 14:41:09 +0100, Kurt Hindenburg via Redmine
> Issue #2513 has been updated by khindenburg.
> Yes I get that during installation though
Do you get it too if you set the disk controller to SATA or SAS instead of
IDE for the x86_64 attempt?
On 02/21/13 02:09, Sascha Wildner via Redmine wrote:
> Another guy (in our IRC channel) had issues with installing DragonFly/x86_64 on VirtualBox on the Mac.
> Looks like he got it installed, though, and it crashed later (disk detached out of the blue).
FWIW df32 on vbox / mac mountain lion is pretty stable, at least running head within ~1mo as
a mostly df-mirror-target host (e.g. I haven't used it for much else, except a couple of system builds),
if a 32 bit data point is needed.