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> possible bug 7.2 netinst
five04tluv
 Posted: Jan 18 2017, 01:16 AM
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After doing a standard install using external mirror and default disk partitioning (xfs on LVM volumes) the installed system will boot no problem, many times over without issue.

I then `systemctl disable NetworkManager` and reboot. The system gives me systemd-readahead failed to open pack file: input/output error.

If I go into single user mode it will sometimes show XFS errors until allows me to enter my root password for maintenance, but it won't accept the password. Obviously because of XFS errors.

I did a new install and changed the partitioning to

500M /boot ext2
100% /root xfs

reboot, no issues
`systemctl disable NetworkManager`, reboot no issues

I know there are a few distros that still use a standard /boot partition and usually it is ext2/3/4 and then you can create LVM with the rest of the disks if necessary.
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five04tluv
 Posted: Jan 18 2017, 03:40 PM
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I should add that the above scenarios were both to Onboard Intel RAID1 volume.
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