Description of problem:
run fdisk -l ,no display default partitions info,guest rhel4u5,domain rhel5.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install guest rhel4u5 on rhel5 virtualization server(or desktop)
2.run fdisk -l,no display default disk and partitions info.
3.run fdisk -l /dev/xvda,then display diak and default partitions info.
no dislplay disk and partitions info
will display disk and partitions info
guest rhel5 on rhel5 virtualization ,fdisk -l correct.
Ah.. Theisproblem has been fixed in RHEL5, but not backported to RHEL4. Thanks!
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