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== Steps To Reproduce ==
== Steps To Reproduce ==
1. Boot the installer using any available means.
# Boot the installer using any available means.
1. At the disk partitioning step, choose customized partitioning. Create at least one encrypted and one non-encrypted device.
# At the disk partitioning step, choose customized partitioning. Create at least one encrypted and one non-encrypted device.
1. Proceed with installation as usual.
# Proceed with installation as usual.


== Expected Results ==
== Expected Results ==
1. Installation completes without error.
# Installation completes without error.
1. The system boots into runlevel 3 (at least).
# The system boots into runlevel 3 (at least).
1. All partitions specified are mounted (e.g. no failed mounts).
# All partitions specified are mounted (e.g. no failed mounts).
1. Partitions look sane (e.g. no garbage files).
# Partitions look sane (e.g. no garbage files).
1. They match the chosen configuration (e.g. not that /usr is encrypted where it should not be).
# They match the chosen configuration (e.g. not that /usr is encrypted where it should not be).
 


== Automation ==
== Automation ==
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[[Category:Installer Test Cases|PartitioningEncryptedMix]]
[[Category:Installer Partitioning Test Cases]]

Latest revision as of 22:21, 15 January 2010

QA/TestCases/PartitioningEncryptedMix

Description

This test verifies that partitioning with a mix of encrypted and non-encrypted block devices work.

Steps To Reproduce

  1. Boot the installer using any available means.
  2. At the disk partitioning step, choose customized partitioning. Create at least one encrypted and one non-encrypted device.
  3. Proceed with installation as usual.

Expected Results

  1. Installation completes without error.
  2. The system boots into runlevel 3 (at least).
  3. All partitions specified are mounted (e.g. no failed mounts).
  4. Partitions look sane (e.g. no garbage files).
  5. They match the chosen configuration (e.g. not that /usr is encrypted where it should not be).

Automation

In your ks.cfg the partitioning section should look like:

clearpart --all
part / --fstype ext3 --size=4096 --asprimary
part swap --size=2048 --asprimary
part /home --fstype ext3 --size=1000 --grow --asprimary --encrypted --passphrase=<your_password>