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= PartitioningPreExistingRaidRaid =
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== Description ==
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|description=A complete installation using a RAID device for the / (rootfs) filesystem.  The previous state of the disk partitions should contain a legacy RAID installation.
A complete installation using a RAID device for the / (rootfs) filesystem.  The previous state of the disk partitions should contain a legacy RAID installation.
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== Steps To Reproduce ==
 
 
 
 
# Perform a manual install, using RAID during partitioning (the initial, legacy system)
 
# Perform a manual install, using RAID during partitioning (the initial, legacy system)
 
# Perform a second manual install, reusing the existing array.
 
# Perform a second manual install, reusing the existing array.
 
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|results=
== Expected Results ==
 
 
 
 
# Anaconda completes successfully
 
# Anaconda completes successfully
 
# Reboot successfully into installed system
 
# Reboot successfully into installed system
 
# / is on a RAID volume (e.g. /dev/md0)
 
# / is on a RAID volume (e.g. /dev/md0)
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Latest revision as of 18:35, 26 January 2010

Description

A complete installation using a RAID device for the / (rootfs) filesystem. The previous state of the disk partitions should contain a legacy RAID installation.


How to test

  1. Perform a manual install, using RAID during partitioning (the initial, legacy system)
  2. Perform a second manual install, reusing the existing array.

Expected Results

  1. Anaconda completes successfully
  2. Reboot successfully into installed system
  3. / is on a RAID volume (e.g. /dev/md0)