bsdinstall(8) hiccups (resolver & entropy)
dch at skunkwerks.at
Mon Apr 15 11:12:51 UTC 2019
I've been experimenting with a variety of ways to build a raw disk image
with a zpool, suitable for cloud environments, from within an existing
vendor-provided cloud image.
This week's fiddle is using bsdinstall(8) which is working fine *except* that:
# newaliases hands until a working /etc/resolv.conf is in place
during the config stage, it needs a working resolver within the chroot,and
newaliases hangs until I copy in a suitable one to /mnt/etc/resolv.conf.
This all happens prior to my custom `bsdinstall script ..` running, is
there a way to stuff that in there prior?
# the final entropy stage fails
I'm not quite sure why but I think this may be another chrooty problem
with /dev/random. As I can modify the image later, skipping this is also
an option, if there's no other solution.
DEBUG: dialog.subr: DEBUG_SELF_INITIALIZE=
DEBUG: UNAME_S=[FreeBSD] UNAME_P=[amd64] UNAME_R=[12.0-RELEASE-p3]
DEBUG: common.subr: Successfully loaded.
DEBUG: f_debug_init: ARGV=[entropy] GETOPTS_STDARGS=[dD:]
DEBUG: f_debug_init: debug= debugFile=
DEBUG: Running installation step: entropy
*** Error code 1
make: stopped in /usr/home/dch/bsdinstall
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