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    Default stderr: volume group has insufficient free space

    http://photos.app.goo.gl/ALb176VzuTAhMWx69

    This is from an install.
    I have no idea why the extents are off by one (or how to fix that).
    I used the LVM in the GUI for partitioning.

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    Default AW: stderr: volume group has insufficient free space

    Please add a bugreport for Leap 15.3.

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    Default Re: stderr: volume group has insufficient free space

    What logs do I need for a bug report?

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    Default Re: stderr: volume group has insufficient free space

    As root, run the command:
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    save_y2logs
    That will save what is needed into a file (under "/tmp") and will tell you the name of the file created with those logs.

    In the bug report, you can then upload that file as an attachment to the report.
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    Default Re: stderr: volume group has insufficient free space

    Was your installation on a disk that was partitioned by Windows long ago (>3 years)? (That's what could be causing misalignment, a very old version of Win10 or some earlier version of Windows may still exist on the disk or originally formatted the disk and is now gone).
    Are you installing openSUSE into free, unpartitioned/unformatted space or on to an existing file system? (Don't. Use some utility to remove the file system)

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