Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 831685
Guest has predictable hostname
Last modified: 2013-07-31 18:07:57 EDT
After using "Express Install" for installing F17 x86_64, the guest has hostname "(none)" and the VG is named VolGroup00 and the LVs are LogVol00 and LogVol01.
It is a bad idea to use generic names like that, in particular LVM has had problems in the past if you are combining PVs with identically named VGs and LVs (mostly fixed now, I think).
Suggest to autogenerate a hostname (UUID or something based on the hypervisor hostname?) and use the standard vg-<hostname>, lv-root / lv-swap for naming LVM. Alternatively, ask the user for the hostname if you can make it fit into the design 
 : I do agree that asking the user to name a machine, virtual or otherwise, is asking too much... so you may not want to trouble the user with it
Filed upstream at https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=678030
(In reply to comment #0)
> After using "Express Install" for installing F17 x86_64, the guest has
> hostname "(none)"
This part has been fixed in git master already and hopefully the changes will be release in next 3.4 releaase as well.
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