Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 170863
Confusing ui in system-config-lvm
Last modified: 2009-07-14 10:18:00 EDT
If I start it, I see a treeview with three rows in the left, all three of which
are labeled VolGroup00.
It would be better to a) have different names for the different rows
b) use real words like "Volume Group 0"
Actually, the whole concept of showing the physical and logical view in parallel
in the tree is pretty confusing.
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
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I now see:
> VolGroup00 Physical View
> VolGroup00 Logical View
Does the reporter still think this is a bug?
I don't have lvm here to check it out right now. But from what you say,
Point a) in my initial report seems to have been addressed, while point b) and comment #1 still stand.
VolGroup00 is what the volumes group label/names are.
I believe anaconda default these to VolGroup0X, and can be changed to whatever you want them to be.
Should give you an idea.
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