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Bug#382689: marked as done (debian-installer: d-i etch beta3 tries to access /dev/md/0p1)

Your message dated Thu, 15 Oct 2009 20:12:49 +0200
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and subject line Bug#382689: debian-installer: d-i etch beta3 tries to access /dev/md/0p1
has caused the Debian Bug report #382689,
regarding debian-installer: d-i etch beta3 tries to access /dev/md/0p1
to be marked as done.

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Package: debian-installer
Severity: normal

I booted d-i etch beta3 (full CD, x86) in "expert" mode.
The system has two S-ATA disks (sda and sdb).

When playing around with the installer I deleted two existing RAID
partitions and recreated them. d-i detected existing data (a LVM pv)
on the RAID partition and I deleted it and created a new one in the
same place.

Now the installer presented me an error message that it can't access
the device "/dev/md/0p1". The device /dev/md/0 existed.

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This issue looks to be the same as #470374, which was fixed in 2008.
Therefore closing.


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