Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 819336
Anaconda doesn't allow me to create LVM partition
Last modified: 2012-05-07 11:31:38 EDT
Created attachment 582477 [details]
Description of problem:
In F17 Beta, when I try to create LVM partition on disk, Anaconda gives me an error:
Partitions of type 'physical volume (LVM)' must be constrained to a single drive. To do this, select the drive in the 'Allowable Drives' checklist.
Of course proper drive is selected. Error like that occures whenever I choose SSD or HDD, or whenever I choose size (fixed, maximum, fill all space up to).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Error mentioned above
creating physical volume
The screenshot does not include sdd in the "Allowable Drives" list, so it remains unclear whether or not you had two drives selected.
I just tried and was unable to trigger the error you report without having multiple allowable drives selected. Is it possible for you to make a screencast/video of the process?
you probably wont believe me (I wouldn't)- but its fine now. I was doing an video (with my phone- i do install it on a "real" hardware, not inside VM), it worked fine o.O
seriously- i've followed the same steps as yesterday (I could swear to God(s)) and its fine now :)
Well- anyway- sorry for problems.
PS. hm... the screenshot includes sdd in "allowable drivers" :) this is the only one drive checked (everything else is unchecked) :)
have a nice day,