I am new to RL and decided to convert a CentOS 7 system to RL 9.1. This also entailed repartitioning the system since I wanted a combination of LUKS, LVM and RAID1.
I ran into two issues with Anaconda, the same installation software RHEL uses, suggesting a lack of robustness.
First, the partition scheme with LUKS, LVM and RAID1 took a lot of tinkering to get right. If there was something wrong the script aborted and I had to start over again booting the installation DVD.
Second, a couple of times the script got stuck on 'configuring storage' and then aborted. Back to booting the installation DVD.
In the end I finished the installation but I was amazed that the script is not more robust after being widely used for multiple versions of the RHEL software.
How widely are these problems encountered?