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Re: Re: Re: anaconda destroy my md devices




I can't run anaconda as a normal RHES app? But what about  a launch from liveCD?)
I didn't catch what is the patch. I unpack anaconda sources and change them. So, is I need to create a patch from it, boot from cdrom and give the patch to anaconda? Is anaconda replace existing instance with my patch one? Am I right?


Regards, Igor


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From: dlehman redhat com
To: sluge mail ru
Date: 19:59:58, 02.27.2012
Subject: Re: Re: anaconda destroy my md devices
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>>On Mon, 2012-02-27 at 19:49 +0400, Igor Sobinov wrote:
>> > So, I need to install RHEL on degradated RAID1. When I try to create
>> > a degradated RAID1 using anaconda, it says that impossible to create
>> > raid1 from only one disk. so, I run RHEL installation, wait until
>> > anaconda welcome screen appears, and press Ctrl-Alt-F1 to go to shell.
>> > In that shell (that is analog of kikcstartpreinstall) I create a
>> > degradated RAID1, but then I come to partitiong anaconda window, I
>> > can't found my RAID1 device. so, why?
>>
>> You cannot run anaconda as if it were a normal application in RHEL. You
>> must test your work in a real install environment (booting from RHEL
>> install media) using an updates image[1] to apply your changes. KVM is
>> very handy for this.
>>
>> [1] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda/Updates
>>
>>
>> > My idea is to change anaconda source, create RHEL dvd disk and create
>> > all that I need using kickstart. Am I clear?
>> >
>> > Regards, Igor
>> >
>> >
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>> > From: dlehman redhat com
>> > To: sluge mail ru
>> > Date: 18:28:56, 02.27.2012
>> > Subject: Re: anaconda destroy my md devices
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>> >
>> >
>> > >>On Sun, 2012-02-26 at 12:45 +0400, Igor Sobinov wrote:
>> > >> >
>> > >> > Hello
>> > >> > I created a md device:
>> > >> > # mdadm -Cv /dev/md0 -l 0 -n 1 /dev/sdb1 --metadata=0.90 --force
>> > >> > after it I launch anaconda
>> > >> > # PYTHONPATH=iw:isys:iutil ./anaconda
>> > >> > and after I press next on "What type of devices will you
>> > installation
>> > >> > involve" my md0 device disappears ( Why?
>> > >>
>> > >> Nothing is destroyed. Your device was deactivated.
>> > >>
>> > >> Anaconda was not designed to be run as root on an already-installed
>> > >> system. It is an OS installer, meant to be run under specific
>> > >> conditions.
>> > >>
>> > >> What exactly do you hope to achieve by running anaconda on your
>> > >> already-installed system?
>> > >>
>> > >> >
>> > >> >
>> > >> > Regards, Igor
>> > >> >
>> > >> >
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