Please consider that LZMA is deprecated, either use the the default, --xz, or use --gzip.
I copied the LZMA parameter from 'remasterme'. However, I will change my script to --xz as you suggest.
A recap about compression:
default: (--xz with additional options for increased compression), better compression and slower processing.
--xz (without additional options), nearly as above a bit less compression and a bit faster.
--gzip worse compression compared to xz, much faster ... up to 3x.
I would suggest --gzip in your case, you will obtain a little larger ISO but you will gain a lot in speed.
The kernel version in use at the time was 220.127.116.11-pclos1.bfs I have since installed 18.104.22.168-pclos3.bfs
The size of the iso:
$ ls -l /data/isos/remaster-2010.iso
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1030637568 Mar 12 07:45 /data/isos/remaster-2010.iso
isomd5sum No, that package is NOT installed.
I know that isomd5sum is a package that conflict with mediacheck package, both packages provide implantisomd5
just to be 100% sure, reinstall the mediacheck package
, still doesn't seem to be your issue.
It's indeed puzzling that mediacheck result in SUCCESS and the md5sums doesn't match ...
Are you using RW