Description of problem:
With previous version of RHEL, I could easily install to any of the cciss disks.
Attempts to install RHEL 5.4 that did not included the first cciss disk failed when attempting to partition the disk.
The following errors occurred with your partitioning:
Logical volume size must be larger than the volume group's
physical extent size.
Press 'OK' to reboot your system.
I was able to install by doing a custom configuration.
Unknown if this is only with cciss disks or would a system that had multiple disk of a different type would also see it.
When I select the first disk cciss/c0d0 I did not have any errors
Also, not sure if this would happen with a non-graphical install.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
With my limited configuations, I was able to repeat using DVD or PXE.
Steps to Reproduce:
Please attach /tmp/anaconda.log and /tmp/syslog to this bug report.
Since the install failed, I had to press okay which rebooted the system. Upon the install that did work, the logs in /var/log seem uninteresting and unrelated.
But you can switch to tty2 before rebooting and grab the log files then from the failed install.