This is not really Red Hat's fault. I used the installer disk with ATA100
support (see freshmeat)
to use the Promise Fasttrak66 raid card in our toy-server. The person who
made this disk
forgot to enable RAID in the kernel, and as a consequence the
with a Python error when attemting to mount the just-created raid
Although I fully realize this is not a Red Hat bug and totally my problem,
I think it would be
a nice tough if a failure to mount the raid partition would not crash the
Added to feature list.
Could you give us the traceback that occurred?
Not right now. It occured while installing RH7 at a server at work, which is now
operational. Once someone sells RH7 in the Netherlands, I'll reproduce it on one
of my test-boxes and give the backtrace.
Pretty close to bug 17932, marking as duplicate request.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 17932 ***