Therefore, some file systems might be displayed multiple times if a partition is shared among several installations.The total space and available space on selected storage devices are displayed beneath this pane.Choose a passphrase and type it into each of the two fields in the dialog box.
If you choose not to install a boot loader for any reason, you will not be able to boot the system directly, and you must use another boot method, such as a commercial boot loader application.Use this option only if you are sure you have another way to boot your system.and Section 18.104.22.168, “Recommended Partitioning Scheme”. At a bare minimum, you need an appropriately sized root partition, and usually a swap partition appropriate to the amount of RAM you have on your system.If you have any specific requirements for some partitions (for example, requiring that a particular partition be on a specific disk) and less specific requirements for other partitions, create the partitions first which have more specific requirements. You first create a mount point in a certain partitioning scheme. Next, you can customize it using the options in the right pane, where you can change the mount point, capacity, the device type, file system type, label, and whether to encrypt or reformat the corresponding partition.Each disk is marked with its label, size, and available space.
Disks left unselected on the screen will not be touched once the installation begins.The pane is either empty except for information about creating mount points, or it displays existing mount points that the installation program has detected.These mount points are organized by detected operating system installations.If you have no existing file systems and want the installation program to create the required file systems and their mount points for you, select your preferred partitioning scheme from the drop-down menu in the left pane (default for Red Hat Enterprise Linux is LVM), then click the link on top of the pane for creating mount points automatically.This will generate a (root) volume, and a swap volume proportionate to the size of the available storage.See the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Security Guide for more information about disk encryption.