2018-05-15 14:16 GMT+02:00 Sandro Bonazzola <sbonazzo@xxxxxxxxxx>:
2018-05-15 13:53 GMT+02:00 Nerijus Baliunas <nerijus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>:On Tue, 15 May 2018 14:45:23 +0300 Gena Makhomed <gmm@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> Something wrong with $contentdir variable,
> >> it points to altarch for x86_64 $basearch.
> > can't reproduce on a fresh x86_64 installation. Adding Brian in case he has
> > a clue for this.
> I use fresh installed x86_64 CentOS 7.5 via VNC
> with partially filled config anaconda-ks.cfg
> And I can see in /etc/yum/vars/contentdir:
> # cat /etc/yum/vars/contentdir
> As I understand, on the fresh x86_64 installation
> file /etc/yum/vars/contentdir should have centos value.
> I will report this issue to my hoster (hetzner.com)
> may be this is hoster issue and not CentOS issue ?
> But I am not sure what this is hoster bug,
> it may be CentOS 7.5 anaconda installer bug.
> I delete after installation all anaconda configs and all anaconda
> log files, so now I can't debug this issue more deeply, sorry.
I have freshly installed CentOS 7.5 on a Dell server, and /etc/yum/vars/contentdir
contains 'altarch' too. CentOS 7.4->7.5 upgraded servers have 'centos'.I see in %post:/usr/bin/uname -m | grep -q 'x86_64' && echo 'centos' >/etc/yum/vars/contentdir || echo 'altarch' > /etc/yum/vars/contentdircan you please check/usr/bin/uname -mon your system?
Also, can you share your anaconda logs?
Maybe some package installation order issue prevents /usr/bin/uname -m | grep -q 'x86_64' to properly execute.
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