Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 554063
preupgrade 1.1.4-1.fc11 fails
Last modified: 2010-06-28 11:36:45 EDT
Description of problem:
1) Preupgrade fails fedora 11 to 12
2) Preupgrade fails when rebooting to install downloaded packages during installation.
3) Incorrect Grub config parameter written for hd ie hd::UUID 123.123..... instead of (hd0, x)/upgrade/install/img. Fails to find the /boot directory on root
4) Fails to load ks.cfg file even with correct address ie (hd0, x)/upgrade/ks.cfg.
5) With correct hard drive address for /boot anaconda installer still does not recognise the hd and gives popup message to initialize it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
1. Run preupgrade
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Increase space in /boot directory.
2. Run preupgrade
2a ) reboot will fail if grub.conf hard-drive parameter's altered.
3) Before rebooting change grub.conf hard-drive parameter to (hd0 x).
4.Installation proceed to anaconda installer then fails to recognise hard drive
Fails to upgrade system.
Upgrade Fedora 11 to 12.
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