F-13 yum in kvm or vmware guests
skvidal at fedoraproject.org
Thu May 6 13:40:23 UTC 2010
On Thu, 6 May 2010, Thomas Spura wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 06.05.2010, 08:53 -0400 schrieb Seth Vidal:
>> On Thu, 6 May 2010, Hedayat Vatnakhah wrote:
>>> Warren Togami <warren at togami.com> wrote on پنجشنبه ۰۶ مه ۱۰، ۰۲:۱۰:۴۸:On ۱۰/۰۵/۰۶ 02:10, Warren Togami
>>> (10/12): samba-3.5.2-60.fc13.x86_64.rpm (71%) 73%
>>> [============================- ] 0.0 B/s | 3.7 MB
>>> 3340883129410265958989882401668816722716705737932:48 ETA
>>> Anyone else seeing this kind of behavior with F-13 yum within kvm or
>>> vmware guests? It seems to happen consistently here in the middle of
>>> downloading multiple packages where I need to kill yum and try again.
>>> It is nothing new if you've tried using yum in a poor internet connection. I've seen it regularly in Fedora
>>> 12 and IIRC Fedora 11.
>> Regularly, huh? That could be helpful to me in fixing this bug.
>> Do you think you'd be able to try a couple of patches?
> My workaround for this was to kill the connection and yum will search
> then a new server and restart the connection.
> Maybe if the rate is < 0.5 B/s -> restart the connection would be a
> solution for this?
> (Didn't saw this issue quite a while now, but I could try to reproduce
> this and test your patches.)
upstream urlgrabber has a patch for low speed limit that may fix this.
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