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Bug#247182: marked as done (after lvm, all mount points are forgotten)



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From: Matthew Barr <debiann@mbarr.net>
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Subject: partman-lvm: Won't create VG during install
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Package: partman-lvm
Severity: important



-- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
  APT prefers testing
  APT policy: (500, 'testing')
Architecture: i386 (i686)
Kernel: Linux 2.4.25-1-386
Locale: LANG=C, LC_CTYPE=C

System is a Dell Poweredge 600sc, with IDE Raid.  

Sorry for any errors in this, I'm new to Debian, and especially the 
installer.  Using the beta 4 of the installer, i'm attempting to 
configure LVM.  I set up the general partitions, no problem.  Size them 
as appropriate.  Want to work with LVM, to see how it handles, so I 
create a PV, it's now designated as a LVM, etc- no problem. I believe 
all this is partman.

I then go to configure LVM.  it writes the map, etc.  I hit VG.  Create 
VG. Systems offers me a box to select PV.  It lets me select with 
spacebar, but doesn't let me move to continue or go back.  only way out 
of this is to hit ESC.  I do, and it says name the VG.  This does not 
seem to be the correct behavior, since once I do, it then leaves me at 
the VG menu.  No VG is created...

I might just be doing this wrong.. but it would seem that it was 
nonobvious if it is working ok.

Matthew

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Date: Tue, 4 May 2004 13:47:26 +0300
From: Anton Zinoviev <anton@lml.bas.bg>
To: Matthew Barr <mbarr@mbarr.net>, 247182-done@bugs.debian.org
Subject: Re: Bug#247182: partman-lvm: Won't create VG during install
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On  3.V.2004 at 17:41 (-0400) Matthew Barr wrote:
> 
> However, all the "mappings?" are now set to Do Not Use.  No more /, 
> /usr, /var, /tmp,/home.   SWAP is still there, but that's it.. the 
> others have the partitions, and such, but you've got to go in and reset 
> it to Use current format, and mount at /, etc...

I belive that this problem is fixed in beta 4, so I am closing this
bug now.  I suppose that you used beta 3 images, weren't you? 

Anton Zinoviev



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