Created attachment 1211708 [details]
s390x boot error message
Description of problem:
Installed F25 nightly composes with "Encrypt my data" enabled. Installation completed successfully. Now, when I boot freshly installed machine it doesn't ask for passphrase. Failure message displayed in console is something like:
Dependency failed for Cryptography Setup for luks-none
Dependency failed for Encrypted volumes
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install any F25, s390x nightly compose from (http://s390.koji.fedoraproject.org/compose/branched/
2. In anaconda installer GUI, in Installation Destination section select "Encrypt my data"
3. After successful installation, reboot system and issue will be appear
* Also reproducible with Fedora rawhide composes - http://s390.koji.fedoraproject.org/compose/rawhide/
* F24 works fine
* Screenshot of failure message is available in the bugzilla attachment
Created attachment 1212707 [details]
complete boot log
Here is the complete log captured through x3270 terminal emulator of booting process after install of F25 nightly compose.
Timed out waiting for device dev-disk-by\x2duuid-None.device.
^^ looks like the cause, especially the "None" string
Created attachment 1212783 [details]
Yes, it seems uuid value is not getting set properly.
Following from anaconda.log also says same:
bootloader.py: used boot args: root=/dev/mapper/fedora-root rd.dasd=0.0.0200 rd.dasd=0.0.0201 rd.dasd=0.0.0202 rd.dasd=0.0.0203 rd.dasd=0.0.0204 rd.dasd=0.0.0205 rd.dasd=0.0.0206 rd.dasd=0.0.0207 rd.lvm.lv=fedora/root rd.luks.uuid=luks-None rd.lvm.lv=fedora/swap cio_ignore=all,!condev rd.znet=qeth,0.0.0800,0.0.0801,0.0.0802,layer2=0,portno=0
In case someone want to look, I am attaching different logs generated during installation process
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Confirmed on Rawhide. On kernel-4.9.0-0.rc1.git1.1.fc26.x86_64 it works fine. On newer ones (kernel-4.9.0-0.rc1.git4.1.fc26.x86_64 and kernel-4.9.0-0.rc0.git9.1.fc26.x86_64) it won't even ask for a password.
Works for me now. Thanks.
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