[master/f21/rhel7-branch] No more /boot on LVM for you, s390x!
Samantha N. Bueno
sbueno+anaconda at redhat.com
Mon Sep 29 17:34:06 UTC 2014
On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 06:00:51PM +0200, Dan Horák wrote:
> On Mon, 29 Sep 2014 10:28:11 -0400
> Chris Lumens <clumens at redhat.com> wrote:
> > > This caused too many stupid problems, and it is pointless anyway,
> > > because /boot had to be restricted to a single PV. So, just
> > > make /boot on a partition instead.
> > >
> > > I guess I need to make a blivet bug for this and reference that in
> > > the msg instead of the anaconda bug. Or do I? I'll find out.
> > ACK.
> no objections, but it should get documented as generally the bootloader
> supports /boot on LV under some conditions
Sure thing. I'm just curious though, would you mind explaining what
"some conditions" since I don't believe I know? I can clone this bug so
the docs team is aware of the changes, but actually, even going through
them right now, it says /boot on LVM is not actually supported:
Placing the /boot partition on an LVM volume is not supported."
"For each new mount point you create manually, you can set its
partitioning scheme from the drop-down menu located in the left pane.
The available options are Standard Partition, BTRFS, LVM, and LVM Thin
Provisioning. Note that the /boot partition will always be located on a
standard partition, regardless on the value selected in this menu."
So I'm not actually sure that docs needs to make any changes here.
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