QA:Testcase anaconda ext3 rootfs on disk partition

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= PartitioningExt3OnNativeDevice =
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== Description ==
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|description=A complete installation using the systems physical devices for the ext3 filesystem.  A detailed look at the ext3 filesystem can be found at  [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ext3 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ext3]  
A complete installation using the systems physical devices for the ext3 filesystem.  A detailed look at the ext3 filesystem can be found at  [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ext3 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ext3]  
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== Steps To Reproduce ==
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# Initiate an installation using any boot method and/or installation source
 
# Initiate an installation using any boot method and/or installation source
 
# At the partitioning step, place the root filesystem on an ext3 formatted partition
 
# At the partitioning step, place the root filesystem on an ext3 formatted partition
 
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== Expected Results ==
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# Anaconda completes successfully
 
# Anaconda completes successfully
 
# Reboot successfully into installed system
 
# Reboot successfully into installed system
 
# Confirm that rootfs partition is formatted as ext3 and is not a LVM or RAID volume
 
# Confirm that rootfs partition is formatted as ext3 and is not a LVM or RAID volume
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[[Category:Installer Test Cases|PartitioningExt3OnNativeDevice]]
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[[Category:Installer Partitioning Test Cases]]

Revision as of 22:48, 26 August 2009

Description

A complete installation using the systems physical devices for the ext3 filesystem. A detailed look at the ext3 filesystem can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ext3


How to test

  1. Initiate an installation using any boot method and/or installation source
  2. At the partitioning step, place the root filesystem on an ext3 formatted partition

Expected Results

  1. Anaconda completes successfully
  2. Reboot successfully into installed system
  3. Confirm that rootfs partition is formatted as ext3 and is not a LVM or RAID volume