@salted_cashews The - ultimately shouldn’t matter in the context of the imaging process.
We pipe the image into a FIFO (First In First Out) file called /tmp/pigz, then we perform the decompression and write to disk from that filename. So no, it shouldn’t matter how the image is named. In particular, howeve,r is the fact that the image keeps saying no such file or directory called d1p3.img*. The * is in the case of “split” file formatting. (d1p3.img.001, d1p3.img.002, etc…) but should work regardless of the file as long as the file exists.
Looking through the thread, it appears each time asking for information that the file name’s are varying. I’m sure you have the files though, exact comparisons would be great.
In the case of the image named PPS_v9.0R2_dev_CentOS, You have d1p1.img and d1p2.img. So why is it failing on d1p3.img?
The scripting uses the same formatting for each image file. So when it comes to partition 1 it’s running the arg passed as /image/PPS_v9.0R2_dev_CentOS/d1p1.img* as well as d1p2.img* for partition 2. So it’s really confusing to me that it keeps failing on that same file.
Can you get us files inside of /images/PPS_v9.0R2_dev_CentOS/?
ls -lhart /images/PPS_v9.0R2_dev_CentOS/
I’m sure this is redundant and all, but just trying to get the full scope.