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Bug#239068: installation-reports: beta3 with LVM fails on multiple disks system

Il mer, 2004-05-05 alle 00:43, Martin Michlmayr ha scritto:
> * Giuseppe Sacco <giuseppe@eppesuigoccas.homedns.org> [2004-05-05 00:10]:
> > Right: It asked me about activating the old VG and LV, then I selected
> > all LV and deleted all, then I deleted the VG, then I create a new VG
> > and five LV (root, tmp, usr, home, var) and on phisical partition for
> > /boot.
> Right... but, so what didn't work?

... sorry, I was thinking about a different bug report. About this
problem: I had a new machine, with three clean disks, I did created one
LVM partition on each of them and then switched to lvm configuration. At
this point, when selecting the VG I see that only the first was
available to be included in the VG.

I had to manually switch to the console and run pvcreate on the second
and third disk, then I went back to the lvm configuration and I created
the VG and LV.

At the end, when installing the kernel, I found that mkinitrd wasn't
finding the rootvg/rootlv in the /target directory (see also #247213).


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