Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1283455
No instruction on how to retry storage scan when failed to scan disk
Last modified: 2016-12-20 11:04:41 EST
Description of problem:
I booted the installer and it said failed to scan disk <disk>, "Once you have resolved the issue you can retry the storage scan." (i had a disk without a label on it, but with a partition on it)
There needs to be text saying how to retry the storage scan, or just a button.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Server netinstall 23 x86_64
Boot the installer with a disk inserted that has a partition, but no disklabel.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Make disk with partition, but not disklabel.
2. Insert disk.
3. Boot installer.
I fixed the issue (by removing the disk), but did not know how to "retry the storage scan"
Should say how to retry storage scan, or have a button to do it, or something like that.
This error could also have an ignore option as it doesn't matter if there isn't a label on a disk, and the failure to scan can be ignored entirely if you don't plan to use that disk.
I also found out my F1 key was broken (thought it was broken in OS before), but had no way of testing keyboard. It would be nice if there were a text box that started selected to test the keyboard, and even maybe a box with raw hid.
The text that says to file a bug could include details like what to enter as the component and version.
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