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Re: Installation plays hardball



On Thursday 31 December 2009, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> > A large number of RHEL sites _will_ make use of LVM (indeed, may even
> > require LVM).  We are, remember, the experimental lab rats for the
> > eventual RHEL releases, so LVM must be tested as thoroughly as the
> > rest of the system.
> 
> I for one am not testing LVM since I don't use it. I fact I go out of my
> way to remove it so I can have a system I understand. Those who don't
> have the skills to remove it aren't testing it in any meaningful sense
> either. That would seem to leave a fairly small subset of users, all of
> whom could certainly install it it they needed it and really would be
> testers in the proper sense of the word.
> 
Agreed. I'm not saying to not include LVM, but my suggestion is to not make 
it the default!


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