Description of problem:
When I run yum update, and some new kernel package has been released, and yum installs it, then my /dev/sdb disk, which does not contain any mounted file system and which is not used in any other way, and which I spun down with hdparm -y /dev/sdb after boot, wakes up. All used data is on /dev/sda.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I'm using kernel-PAE, and it has always been that wrong way. Currently, I have the following kernels installed:
All of their scriptlets have shown the issue.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. yum update when a new kernel comes out
2. ask it to install the new kernel
/dev/sdb spins up
/dev/sdb stays asleep.
may be a dependency of bug #454582
Thank you for taking the time to report this bug. Updates to this package have been released since it was first reported. If you have time to update the package and re-test, please do so and report the results here. You can obtain the updated package by typing 'yum update yum' or using the graphical updater, Software Update.
If still happening please add the dependency to bug #454582 (depends on), in a possible way of course to solved this bug.
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(In reply to Juan P. Daza P. from comment #1)
> Thank you for taking the time to report this bug. Updates to this package
> have been released since it was first reported. If you have time to update
> the package and re-test, please do so and report the results here. You can
> obtain the updated package by typing 'yum update yum' or using the graphical
> updater, Software Update.
I know I'm about 8 years late, but it works fine in the current version. Just wanted to get rid of those weekly nag emails about needinfo.