Created attachment 1589702 [details]
screenshot of early portion of install (Plymouth?)
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
[ OK ] Started Show Plymouth Boot Screen.
. . .
[ OK ] Started Monitoring of LVM2ë dmeventd or progress polling.
[Failed] Failed to start LVM2 PV scan on device 8:18.
See 'systemctl status lvm2-pvscan@8:18.service' for details.
[Failed] Failed to start LVM2 PV on device 259:3.
See 'systemctl status lvm2-pvscan@259:3.service' for details.
[Failed] Failed to start LVM2 PV on device 259:2.
See 'systemctl status lvm2-pvscan@259:2.service' for details.
[Failed] Failed to start LVM2 PV on device 8:3.
See 'systemctl status lvm2-pvscan@8:3.service' for details.
[ OK ] Started udev Wait for Complete Device Initialization.
[ OK ] from here on
This system previously ran Fedora 30. I swapped out 2 spin drives for a new spin drive and an SSD because one of the old drives developed a bad sector. A pair of M.2's are also in the system. All four old components were previously operating under Fedora 30. The only way I can get the system to install and boot now is to install only on the spin drive, leaving the M.2's and the SSD unutilized.
The only other info that seems relevant is that the new spin drive constantly get set up as sda, and the SSD as sdb each time I attempt an install trying to use both drives. I have tried installs with all possible combinations of storage components.
Actual results: Can only install to new spin drive, and must select for each boot
Expected results: Successful installation
Additional info: Is this an Anaconda storage device detection issue?
If I understand you correctly, you did a clean re-install after replacing the disks and then after install the system will not boot correct?
This indeed sounds like an anaconda issue (it certainly is not a plymouth issue), changing component.
Please, attach all logs (including syslog) from the installation. You can find them during the installation in /tmp or on the installed system in /var/log/anaconda/. Have you tried to install Fedora 31 instead?
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