[fedora-virt] how can i verify that HW extensions are being used?
ddumas at redhat.com
Fri Apr 17 18:19:54 UTC 2009
They get copied to /var/log after successful install so check there ...
you should see anaconda.log, anaconda.syslog, etc
Mark opened BZ 496298 on the problem so you probably want to add
yourself on the cc list.
mike.hinz at yr20.com wrote:
> Thanks for filing this. For whatever reason, the log files that Denise requested are not being created on either of the 2 VMs I've created.
> Also, just fyi, the behavior during the installation on the 2nd VM was exactly the same as the first, that is it did a network install even though it had a valid DVD available.
> Mike Hinz
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: "Mark McLoughlin" <markmc at redhat.com>
> Sent: Friday, April 17, 2009 11:48am
> To: "Mike Hinz" <mike.hinz at yr20.com>
> Cc: "'Fedora Virtualization Mailing List'" <fedora-virt at redhat.com>
> Subject: RE: [fedora-virt] how can i verify that HW extensions are being used?
> Hi Mike,
> On Fri, 2009-04-17 at 12:47 +0100, Mark McLoughlin wrote:
>> On Thu, 2009-04-16 at 14:14 -0500, Mike Hinz wrote:
>>> It also acts
>>> differently than a normal Fedora 11 beta install on physical HW in that it
>>> asks you for some network adapter info and it appears to me, to install
>>> entirely from the network as the lights on lab switch goes nuts as does the
>>> network activity light on my server AND I see essentially zero activity on
>>> the DVD drive on the server. I'm convinced therefore that something is just
>>> wrong with the way Fedora 11 installs, at least on the Fedora 11 beta
>>> physical server.
>>> Mark, do you want me to still file a bug on this?
>> Yes, please do file a bug against anaconda and cc
>> fedora-virt-maint at redhat.com
> Thanks for being persistent about this problem :-)
> I've taken the time to reproduce here and filed:
> Definitely seems that when anaconda is running under KVM, it isn't
> seeing the DVD as a valid packages source.
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