Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 497546
iSCSI autopart puts '/boot' on iSCSI volume
Last modified: 2013-09-02 02:35:18 EDT
Created attachment 341195 [details]
Description of problem:
On a system without iBFT support, autopart with iSCSI places the '/boot' partition on the remote iSCSI volume. This results in an unbootable setup.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Select "Use Entire drive"
2. Add a remote iSCSI volume
3. Check [X] review partitioning
See attached screenshot and log files.
Unless iBFT is supported, any boot partitions should be on local storage volumes.
* See attached files
Created attachment 341197 [details]
I appreciate your testing efforts, and I can understand you seeing this
as a bug, but it is not a bug, atleast not really. You pressed the advanced
storage button to get into this state, once you do that all bets are of :)
More seriously, if you start looking at exotic storage setups there are to many ways people can shoot themselves in the foot, if we have to check them all we will fight a loosing battle.
So I'm closing this as won't fix.