Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 976749
Removing LV name in partition setup crashes installer
Last modified: 2015-02-18 06:12:36 EST
## Description of problem:
Creating an LVM-type install and removing the names of the LVM LVs allows the partition setup to be accepted, however the installer crashes when "lvcreate -n --config" is attempted and errors because "-n" has no name parameter.
## Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
F18 install DVD
## How reproducible:
## Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a new LVM-type installation
2. Remove the "root" and "home" names of the LVs in the partition setup
3. Run the install
## Actual results:
Installer crashes with lvcreate error.
## Expected results:
Installer doesn't crash.
## Additional info:
I guess ideally users shouldn't be allowed to leave the partitioning setup with LVs that don't have names.
This should be checked for upon accepting the partition setup, and a meaningful error (in user-friendly language) returned, advising the users to give their LVs names.
We won't be making any updates to the F18 version of Anaconda, could you retry with F19 TC6 and see if it is still a problem?
Tried with F19 RC1 install DVD. Still fails with same reproducer and same reason.
The "Update Settings" button would be a good place to verify a given config.
Also still present on F19 GA. Updating bug version to match.
This has been fixed in python-blivet in the meantime.
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