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Re: [opensuse] Installer of Leap 15 and LVM: installer asks for formatting /home?
On 2018-06-13 03:07, Basil Chupin wrote:
On 11/06/18 07:49, David C. Rankin wrote:
On 06/06/2018 11:45 PM, stakanov wrote:
In data giovedì 7 giugno 2018 01:44:04 CEST, Neil Rickert ha scritto:
On 06/06/2018 12:48 PM, stakanov wrote:
When running install on an existing system with an LVM (ext4), when
to departure from existing files systems and then saying "import"
previous install, I get the correct volumes (included LVM after having
given the password of course). But unlike previous versions of
Leap, this
one tries to format /home??
This is already reported as bug 1094924
Yes it is reported but for TW, not for leap 15. Going to put a note
because this has to be fat in the release notes. VERY fat.

How does something like this happen? New code that wasn't present in Beta
finds it way into the release -- and then threatens to format your
home partition? Doooah -- somebody really screwed the pooch with this

If Carlos tested perhaps 4 of the Betas and there was no problem --
how is there a problem now?

Wasn't the whole idea of ringed development and Q&A supposed to
eliminate just
this type of problem?

The problem here, David, is that very few, if any, people do a *fresh*
*install* of a newer Alpha/Beta, or even do a fresh install of the final
release version; an Alpha version is installed at some point in time and
after this 'zypper dup' is used on the many iterations of oS to finally
end up with the official release version.

I intentionally did a few betas on my laptop. But I was hampered because
the new partitioning code didn't have yet the feature to import
partitions, which meant more work for me each time I installed fresh.

When exactly it was added I did not notice, so I did not test this
feature :-(

Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.

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