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Traceback (most recent call first):
File "/usr/lib/anaconda/storage/devices.py", line 1699, in __init__
raise ValueError("constructor requires a list of PVs")
File "/usr/lib/anaconda/storage/__init__.py", line 740, in newVG
return LVMVolumeGroupDevice(name, pvs, *args, **kwargs)
File "/usr/lib/anaconda/kickstart.py", line 974, in execute
File "/usr/lib/anaconda/kickstart.py", line 1086, in execute
File "/usr/bin/anaconda", line 1035, in <module>
ValueError: constructor requires a list of PVs
can you attach your kickstart please?
With a similar kickstart like yours I am seeing something different. Could you perhaps retest with the latest nightlies so we are sure to be on the same page?
Bill just pasted the traceback from my logs, i think
(In reply to comment #4)
> can you attach your kickstart please?
(In reply to comment #5)
> With a similar kickstart like yours I am seeing something different. Could you
> perhaps retest with the latest nightlies so we are sure to be on the same page?
Different as in, it works :) ? or a different traceback?
Like I said on IRC, a different traceback, "new lv is too large to fit in free space".
With the latest nightly i get the same traceback.
this is the full traceback. patch coming soon.
13:14:23,963 CRITICAL: anaconda 13.21.33 exception report
Traceback (most recent call first):
File "/tmp/updates/storage/devices.py", line 1988, in _addLogVol
raise DeviceError("new lv is too large to fit in free space", self.name)
File "/tmp/updates/storage/devices.py", line 2175, in __init__
File "/tmp/updates/storage/__init__.py", line 772, in newLV
return LVMLogicalVolumeDevice(name, vg, *args, **kwargs)
File "/tmp/updates/kickstart.py", line 513, in execute
File "/tmp/updates/kickstart.py", line 1132, in execute
File "/tmp/updates/anaconda", line 1094, in <module>
DeviceError: ('new lv is too large to fit in free space', 'HelpDeskRHEL6')
Created attachment 412648 [details]
anaconda log from installation on encrypted lv
Huzaifas asked me to provide an update image with the fix:
Please let me know whether this fixes the issue so I can submit the patch.
Huzaifas tells me the traceback is gone and another one appears later in the install.
Fixed by 03b44e6ea03fcb11aa7c69184db1d21fd279a848, will be in after anaconda-13.21.38-1.
Can we get a qa_ack on this one. I was overlooked before the patch was pushed.
Ah yeah David,
sorry about that, chasing a QA person to provide that now.
Also, the traceback I am referring in Comment 14 is 590591, in fact nothing related to my fix.
Ales's traceback reproduced with recent anaconda,
Huzaifa's traceback reproduced with anaconda 188.8.131.52 (RHEL6.0-20100330.1).
Traceback from comment #10 reproduced with -0428.0 tree and this ks.cfg on 10GB virtio disk:
bootloader --location=mbr --driveorder=vda --append="rhgb quiet"
clearpart --all --initlabel
part /boot --fstype=ext3 --asprimary --size=200
part pv.hd --grow --size=1 --encrypted --passphrase=firsttime
volgroup HelpDeskRHEL6 --pesize=4096 pv.hd
logvol /home --fstype=ext3 --name=Home --vgname=HelpDeskRHEL6 --size=500
logvol /NotBackedUp --fstype=ext3 --name=NotBackedUp --vgname=HelpDeskRHEL6 --size=1 --maxsize=8192 --grow
logvol / --fstype=ext3 --name=Root --vgname=HelpDeskRHEL6 --size=4000
logvol swap --name=Swap --vgname=HelpDeskRHEL6 --size=1024
logvol /VirtualMachines --fstype=ext3 --name=VirtualMachines --vgname=HelpDeskRHEL6 --size=1000
With 0512.0 there's no traceback and install completes successfully. System is able to boot after install. Moving to VERIFIED.
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