On 08/09/2017 11:52 AM, D&R wrote:
I looked at the debug info in the storage.log and there was an error about sdb1 did not exist. But...
Switch to VT2 (where I assume you examined storage.log) and run "ls -l /dev/sd* /dev/md" or "lsblk" to see what block devices *do* exist.
You want to make sure that sda and sdb are the drives you expect, that they have the expected partitions, and that /dev/md/home and /dev/md/root exist.
ignoredisk --only-use=sda,sdb bootloader --location=mbr --boot-drive=sda # Partition clearing information clearpart --none --initlabel
--initlabel is not required. It only makes sense in conjunction with --all.
Since I am using the option --useexisting do I still need to use the part commands?
As far as I know: no. However, reusing existing block devices is extremely prone to breaking and very difficult to troubleshoot, in my experience. You may need to experiment. Typically, I'll start with the anaconda-generated kickstart file from a manual installation and test each individual change, line by line, option by option, when I'm troubleshooting anaconda.
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