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For some reason we were unable to locate a disklabel on a disk that the kernel is reporting partitions on. It is unclear what the exact problem is. Please file a bug at http://bugzilla.redhat.com
You have not specified a device number or the number is invalid
You have not specified a worldwide port name or the name is invalid.
You have not specified a FCP LUN or the number is invalid.
zFCP device %s not found, not even in device ignore list.
Could not set zFCP device %(devnum)s online (%(e)s).
Could not add LUN %(fcplun)s to WWPN %(wwpn)s on zFCP device %(devnum)s (%(e)s).
LUN %(fcplun)s at WWPN %(wwpn)s on zFCP device %(devnum)s already configured.
Could not read failed attribute of LUN %(fcplun)s at WWPN %(wwpn)s on zFCP device %(devnum)s (%(e)s).
Failed LUN %(fcplun)s at WWPN %(wwpn)s on zFCP device %(devnum)s removed again.
Must provide an iSCSI initiator name
partition is too small for %(format)s formatting (allowable size is %(min_size)s to %(max_size)s)
Unable to allocate requested partition scheme.
VGChunk requests must be of type LVRequest
Creating %(type)s on %(device)s
RAID level %(raid_level)s requires that device have at least %(min_members)d member.
Apple Bootstrap
Linux HFS+ ESP
PPC PReP Boot
DM Integrity