- If using the "raid" command with the "--useexisting" option without specifying the members that were part of the RAID set, the system installation failed with the following error message on system startup:
Partitions required for raidWith this update, the library scripts check if the RAID members are defined and, if this is not the case, the scripts raise an error.
- It was not possible to configure and use multipath for iSCSI devices using different network interfaces on one subnet during installation as all devices used the default network interface. The "--iface[number]" option has been provided for the "iscsi" command to allow explicit specification of interface binding.
- The "part" command can now take the "--hibernation" option, which allows specifying the size of the swap partition. The existing "--recommended" option follows the Installation Guide swap recommendation, which is not necessarily correct for all systems. This new option allows for a different sizing algorithm that can be more suitable, especially if the system uses hibernation.
- Logical Volume groups can now have free space reserved using either the "--reserved-space" or "--reserved-percent" parameters. The "--reserved-space" option takes a number representing megabytes as its argument, while the "--reserved-percent" option takes a number representing the percentage of the volume group that should be left free. The options can only be used for volume groups created during installation.