I’m trying to upgrade my system to Leap 15 from Leap 42.3.
My system has 5 disk and all but one (the system drive at ‘/dev/sdc’) contain encrypted filesystems.
The no9n-system drives are 2 x mirrored pairs with each pair having its own LVM volume group. All the filesystems in these volume groups are encrypted.
All the filesystems are ext4, even root, as I don’t like the idea of wasting effort to balance a b-tree and xfs is a bit of an overkill…
Going through the upgrade, the process (repeatedly) fails with the error:
yast/wfm.rb:253 Client /mounts/mp_0001/usr/share/YaST2/clients/inst_update_partition.rb failed with 'Storage::Exception' (Storage::Exception).
I have the “y2log-31hLk4.tar.xz” log file available.
This is regardless of whether I give the process the filesystem encryption keys or not.
Looking at the lines before the error seems to show that the upgrade process has found the original /etc/fstab and is having difficulties with mounting /home. /home is in one of the encrypted filesystems and the upgrade process seems to baulk at ‘/dev/mapper/cr_home’.
Any help would be appreciated.