Description of problem:
Install F13-beta-dvd.iso to Bios raid as described in the test case: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_Install_to_BIOS_RAID. At Specialized storage device step, the following screen was expected to happen but actually no devices were found under ''Firmware RAID'':
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 13 beta
Steps to Reproduce:
2. At Specialized Storage Device Screen, under ''Firmware RAID'' label, nothing was shown.
Bios raid devices should display under 'Firmware RAID'
Please try the installation again, and when you're at the troublesome point, switch to tty2 9ctrl + alt + F2), then copy (scp) all files ending in log from /tmp out of the installer environment and attach them here.
dmraid -t -ay -vvv &> dmraid.log
And also attach dmraid.log here.
tar cvfz udevdb.tgz /dev/.udev/db
And attach udevdb.tgz here.
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Hi, I've uploaded the required logs from the machine, please check, thanks.
You seem to only have a single disk inside your machine and there is no BIOS RAID / Firmware RAID metadata on that disk. Why do you expect a RAID SET to show up in the Firmware RAID tab ?
Note that the test case you are referring to is meant to actually be executed on hardware which is Firmware RAID capable, has its RAID Firmware enabled, and an RAID set has been created inside the Firmware RAID (OROM) setup.
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