Description of problem:
The message "No usable disks have been found" appears on every install with suzuka.rhts.eng.rdu.redhat.com. It could be broken hardware or that anaconda can't detect the disks. I'm pretty sure that this system used to run properly with RHEL5 and possibly some older RHEL6 trees.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Always on suzuka.rhts.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start an install
Error dialog says "No usable disks have been found" which comes from storage/__init__.py
if not storage.disks:
rc = anaconda.intf.messageWindow(_("No disks found"),
_("No usable disks have been found."),
Still investigating, trying to find which was the last tree that installed on this system.
Please attach /tmp/storage.log and the output of udevadm info --export-db to this bug report. The fact that it used to work under RHEL5 isn't really relevant, given the scope of changes since then.
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The last successful installs on this system were with
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Created attachment 419391 [details]
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