Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 59833
Can't create RAID device in Disk Druid
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:40:24 EDT
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Description of problem:
I have two disks, each with part of a RAID0 device. I'd like to try make this
partition available to the installed system from within the installer, but I
couldn't do it with Disk Druid.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Boot installer in `text' mode.
2.Verify that /dev/hda8 and /dev/hdc1 are existing Software R[aid] partitions
3.Choose RAID to create a RAID device out of them
4.Leave the defaults (FS type ext3, RAID level 0, RAID members hda8 and hdc1, 0
spares), and either deselect Format partition or leave it selected
Actual Results: A window pops up that says `The mount point is invalid. Mount
points must start with '/' and cannot end with `/', and must contain printable
Expected Results: It should have left me create the RAID device without
formatting it. In fact, it should either not require a mount point for a RAID
device, or allow me to enter one. The `Make RAID Device' window has `<Not
Applicable>' as the mount point, so I can't do that.
Fixed in beta2.