Bug 101790 - kickstart create /dev/mdmd0 in /etc/raidtab
Summary: kickstart create /dev/mdmd0 in /etc/raidtab
Alias: None
Product: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1
Classification: Red Hat
Component: anaconda   
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Version: 2.1
Hardware: i686
OS: Linux
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Assignee: Michael Fulbright
QA Contact: Mike McLean
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Reported: 2003-08-06 21:40 UTC by Uwe Beck
Modified: 2007-11-30 22:06 UTC (History)
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Last Closed: 2003-08-06 22:00:31 UTC
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Description Uwe Beck 2003-08-06 21:40:02 UTC
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Description of problem:
Use the --device option for creating a raid5 with kickstart.


part raid.01 --size 1 --grow --ondisk sdb --asprimary
part raid.02 --size 1 --grow --ondisk sdc --asprimary
part raid.03 --size 1 --grow --ondisk sdd --asprimary
part raid.04 --size 1 --grow --ondisk sde --asprimary

raid /usr2  --fstype ext3 --level=RAID5 --spares=1 --device md0 raid.01 raid.02
raid.03 raid.04

This kickstart instructions works correct at the same computer under Red Hat

Also you can find a example for using --device in the kickstart documentation at
the raid chapter.

RHEL ES 2.1´s anaconda create in file /etc/raidtab the /dev/mdmd0 device. Boot
after kickstart stop at mount because the /dev/mdmd0 does not exist.

Without the --device md0 option

raid /usr2  --fstype ext3 --level=RAID5 --spares=1 raid.01 raid.02 raid.03

the /etc/raidtab is o.k. and the boot after kickstart works.

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How reproducible:

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a raid5 with kickstart using the --device option
2. Reboot afte kickstart finished

Additional info:

Comment 1 Jeremy Katz 2003-08-06 22:00:31 UTC
Use --device 0 with 2.1 for md0 (or 1 for md1, etc).  The next release is a bit
more forgiving in the syntaxes it allows.

Comment 2 Uwe Beck 2003-08-07 14:58:46 UTC
The workaround --device 0 is o.k.. Now the /dev/md0 is in file /etc/raidtab.

raid /usr2  --fstype ext3 --level=RAID0 --device 0 raid.01 raid.02 raid.03 r

The fix comes with the next quaterly update because I user Q2 at this time?

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