Install RAID1 (Server live) in Ubuntu Server Subiquity amd64 in Oracular Daily (archived)

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Scope of this test is to verify that the system is installed and you can login into it.

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Boot up the image in UEFI mode in a system or VM with at least two disks attached.
Choose the desired language
On the network configuration screen, just select Done (it should be selected by default)
On the filesystem setup screen, select "Manual"
Create a partition on two drives. For each drive:
If it already has partitions, select "Reformat" from the menu
Select "Use As Boot Device" from the menu - (on the second disk it will say "Add As Another Boot Device")
Select "Add GPT Partition" from the menu
Leave size blank and select "Leave unformatted" for the format
Click Done
Create the RAID device and mount it as /:
Select the "Create software RAID (md)" button
Select the two partitions you created to be part of the RAID (they should be the only available options, unless the machine has more than two disks)
Select create
Select the md0 device and choose "Format" from the menu
The default should be to format as ext4 and mount at /. Select Done
The Done button should now be enabled. Select it
In the confirmation dialog, select "Continue" (it should not be selected by default)
Fill out the user information, making sure to import your SSH keys from somewhere
Wait for the install to complete
Remove the installation media (CDROM or USB key)
Reboot the system
Ensure that you can log into the system with the username and password you provided

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit a 'failed' result and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result.

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