current directory during rpm post install phase
On Fri, 2008-06-20 at 13:15 +0200, Gianluca Cecchi wrote:
> I'm trying to install an rpm that has a post-install action.
> During this phase I notice with ps that a temporary script
> named /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.67318 is created and executed.
> And its contents are the same as what stored inside the rpm (query
> done with rpm -qp --scripts package.rpm)
> Inside the postinstall script there is a call to another script
> In this latest script there is a test such as :
> if [ -f $file ]; then
> cp -vf $file /some/dir
> if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
> echo "$file copied sucessfully!!!"
> I want the script to find the $file so that it skips the "else"
> $file is a filename without any path or prefix.
> I have no source rpm.
> So the question is: supposed that in /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.67318 and in
> something.sh there isn't any CD command, in which dir would happen the
> check about the presence of $file?
In the rpm process' current directory.
> it seems that if I place the file in the same directory where I run
> the "rpm -ivh package.rpm" command doesn't work...
Very likely rpm changes to a working directory when it starts up. You
could either look at the source of rpm, or run it under 'ltrace' and
look for calls to 'chdir'.
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