Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 60089
Crashing creating volume group
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:40:29 EDT
Created partition table using RH rescue cd
hda1 -> ext3 /boot
hda2 -> swap
hda3 -> lvm
hda4 -> extended
hda5 -> lvm
hda6 -> lvm
hda7 -> lvm
hda8 -> lvm
hda9 -> lvm
hda3 and hda5 were placed into volume group rootvg, which contained the /
partition. hda6 and hda7 were placed into homevg, which contained the /home
partition. hda8 and hda9 were not placed into any volume groups. anaconda
Created attachment 46084 [details]
anaconda traceback of volume group creation crash
Tried again leaving no LVM partition unallocated, same crash.
Did you change the partition layout on the disk? If so, dupe of 59756
No. The installer did see hda1 as vfat (remenants of a windows install), which
was reselected as format as ext3, but the partition type was already ext2.
Nothing in the on-disk partition table was changed.
Deferring to future release.
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.