Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 458361
RAID0 support broken in Fedora core 10 Alpha
Last modified: 2008-10-03 17:55:38 EDT
Created attachment 313731 [details]
Description of problem:
Installer cannot create partitions on RAID0 volume. The installer complains about device capacity exceeded.
On an Asus motherboard P4C800 deluxe using the onboard Promise fastrack 378 raid controller with a single raid volume configured as raid 0. The same problem is also reproducible with the onboard intel raid controller with a raid 0 volume.
The raid volume is composed of 2 x 80 GB disks in raid 0 for a total of ~152 GB volume. A swap partitons of 8 GB is created and a / parttion is created with the rest of the available space.
1. Install the i386 Fedora 10 Alpha using the DVD
2. Point the install to a kickstart file (see attachement). Same problem occured without a KS file and partitions created manually.
3. At partition creation the instller will stop complaining about device capacity exceeded.
Installer stop at partition creation.
Parttions created and instller shall move the the next step.
Same setup was able to run Fedora core 8 and 9 without any problems.
Created attachment 313733 [details]
UI screen capture
Created attachment 313735 [details]
shift-f3 debug info
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shift-f4 debug info
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shift-f5 debug info
*** Bug 459448 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This should be fixed Rawhide. Please give it a try and let us know if you have any problems.
I confirm that the install is now able to proceed with the FC10 Beta DVD.
I did notice that multiples attemps are made beyond the end of device. See last attachment. Is this normal???
Created attachment 319428 [details]
Beyond end of device