Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 965781
cannot create a second volume group
Last modified: 2013-05-21 13:43:38 EDT
Description of problem:
I'm running the "Create multiple Volume Group (anaconda-lvm-1)" test for
the Fedora 19 Test Day.
I created a virtual machine with 4 disks (16 GB each) and started the
installation. I selected all 4 disks and chose manual partitioning with LVM.
I hit "+" to create the / logical volume, size 8 GB, and it created a
"fedora" Volume Group.
Next I hit "+" again to create /home of size 4 GB. It placed it on the
same "fedora" Volume Group, but I didn't want that, so I clicked the down-arrow
on the Volume Group and selected "Create a new volume group..."
I gave it the name "vg2" and selected the 2nd disk in the list.
(RAID Level None, Size policy Automatic). I hit the "Save" button.
And the /home partition is still on the "fedora" Volume Group.
What happened to my "vg2" Volume Group?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create / logical volume on default "fedora" Volume Group
2. create /home logical volume
3. select "Create new volume group" for /home and create "vg2"
/home says on "fedora" Volume Group and "vg2" is not created
/home is on "vg2" Volume Group
Oh, it was my fault. I forgot to hit the "Update Settings" button. Never mind...