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RE: Automated Partitioning



You can add a new installclass with the partitioning scheme you
want. Have a look at anaconda's install classes.

Thanks,

Venkatesh. K

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[mailto:kickstart-list-admin redhat com]On Behalf Of Erik Williamson
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2001 1:46 AM
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Subject: Re: Automated Partitioning


Yeah - If  I could substitute in the values somehow, that would rock.
Alas I don't see that anywhere in the docs.

I've almost considered the following:
1) start the install
2) target fetches remote config file
3) target runs script to decide partition sizes
4) target re-writes kickstart file with it's specific values & sends it
back to the server
5) target reboots, fetches it's specific config file & builds itself.
happy happy happy!

Honestly, though. this is probably way too much work.  If I could
somehow just specify the parameters at runtime to anaconda - I'm
currently looking through /instimage/usr/lib/anaconda/fstab.py to see
what goes on there.

Suggestions welcome!
e.


Taylor, ForrestX wrote:

> That is a good question.  In my ks.cfg file, after language, network and
> keyboard, I have the partition info:
>
> # partitions
> zerombr yes
> #clearpart --all
> clearpart --linux
> part swap --size 512
> part /boot --size 512
> part /home --size 3000
> part /multimedia --size 5000
> part / --size 5000 --grow
>
> I believe that you could either put variables in for the size/partitions,
or
> use if/then/else, looking for workstation/server and using the different
> partitioning schemes.
>
> Does this help?
>
> Forrest
>



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