Created attachment 518954 [details]
kickstart file used to install the system.
Description of problem:
The device-mapper-multipath rpm creates the /etc/multipath directory when it is installed. However, when I installed F15, the device-mapper-multipath package
was installed by anaconda, but the /etc/multipath directory didn't exist.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Err. How do you find out what version of anaconda installed your system after the fact. I'd rather not have to reinstall to find that out.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install with attached kickstart file.
device-mapper-multipath was installed. /etc/multipath didn't exist
If device-mapper-multipath was installed, etc/multipath should exist.
Created attachment 518955 [details]
install.log from the system.
Created attachment 518956 [details]
install.log.syslog from the system.
Please attach the logs from /var/log/anaconda/* to this bug as individual plain/text files (bugzilla's autodetect doesn't work well with logs). You can see the anaconda version at the top of the anaconda.log file.
Tried this with F16 RC5 and the attached kickstart. The directory /etc/multipath does exist on the installed system. Closing, please try with f16 and reoopen with the logs requested above if you can still see the problem.
Created attachment 519021 [details]