Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1283226
Anaconda is unable to configure FC adapter
Last modified: 2016-01-20 15:43:03 EST
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Please retry with the latest available 7.2 snapshot. There have been a number of changes related to fcoe.
It is also possible that the issue can be worked around by giving anaconda some more time after adding fcoe targets and clicking "Refresh List".
Latest 7.2 boot iso is already tried, same issue.
I have also tried "Refresh List" a couple of times after adding fcoe targets but no luck....the fcoe nics are down and the configuring are not done automatically by anaconda.
FCOE is working fine when I configure it manually in the anaconda shell.
For example like;
So RHEL6.7 is working just fine but not RHEL7.0+.
Same server and hardware.
As it is impossible to reproduce the issue for me here, I need to ask for more logs to investigate.
for these cases with latest 7.2:
1) failing reproducer with anaconda GUI
2) working instance of configuring FCOE manually in shell. Please post also the commands you are using for manual configuration.
If the requested information can be provided, please reopen the bug and attach the requested information.