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# Boot the installer using any available means
 
# Boot the installer using any available means

Revision as of 12:55, 8 August 2011

Description

This install verifies that installing on an SCSI device works properly. You can use a bare metal machine with SCSI bus or you can use a KVM virtual machine (you have to set the disk bus type to SCSI).


How to test

  1. Boot the installer using any available means
  2. Choose appropriate installation source such as NFS or HTTP.
  3. Choose either automated partitioning or custom partitioning if you want to create your own disk layout.
  4. Review partitioning layout to confirm installer is installing to SCSI device.
  5. Proceed with normal installation

Expected Results

  1. All installable SCSI devices are successfully detected by installer and are available for partitioning.
  2. Partitions are created and formatted properly.
  3. Install completes successfully
  4. Package errors (install.log) should not occur
  5. System boots successfully recognizing filesystems created on the SCSI device(s).