Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 650241
Can't preupgrade from f13 to f14
Last modified: 2012-08-16 15:59:36 EDT
I can't preupgrade from f13 to f14.
What I did:
- run preupgrade
- get a warning "/boot is on raid, need to fetch during upgrade"
- reboot when prompted
- notice that installer asks me to set a hostname and a password,
which indicates it's trying to do a full install (I don't want that! :) )
- I give up preupgrade and reboot to normal setup
What I have:
- F13 on i686
- / is ext4 on software raid /dev/md3
- /boot is ext4 on software raid /dev/md2
- /home is ext4 on luks-encrypted on software raid /dev/md0
- another ext4 partition on /dev/md4
(I don't have /dev/md1 in case you're wondering.)
I use encrypted swap and tmp, my crypttab contains:
swapcrypt /dev/sda5 /dev/urandom swap
tmpcrypt /dev/sda6 /dev/urandom tmp
luks-home /dev/md0 none
This is my primary machine.
If you want me to, I can wait a couple of days, answering you debugging questions.
Eventually I'll do a yum-upgrade as I did for the last couple of Fedora releases.
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