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RE: Kickstart SCSI not working


Maybe more to the point is that this is the ks file that RedHat 7.2
generated.  Why would I have to change it at all if I was installing on
the same machine it was created on?  You would think that it would work
as produced.


On Thu, 2002-05-09 at 14:05, Taylor, ForrestX wrote:
> > From: barjunk [mailto:barjunk attglobal net]
> > Here is the ks section:
> > 
> > clearpart --linux
> > 
> > part / --fstype ext3 --onpart sda1
> > part /var --fstype ext3 --onpart sdb1
> > part swap --onpart sda2
> > 
> > 
> > This is what the anaconda routine created for me...I did not 
> > change it. 
> > Because of the clearpart directive, do I need to do more before the
> > onpart sections?
> I thought that clearpart erased all of the Linux partitions, but the manual
> for Red Hat Linux 7.3 kickstart says that if you use the clearpart command,
> you cannot use the --onpart command on _logical_ partitions.  This seems to
> imply that you can use --onpart on primary partitions.  Perhaps Jeremy can
> enlighten us.
> I would change the --onpart section to --size e.g.,
> part / --fstype ext3 --size 500 --grow
> part /var --fstype ext3 --ondisk sdb --size 500 --grow
> part swap --size 500
> Of course, if you don't have two scsi disks in each machine that your are
> installing, you may want to remove the --ondisk sdb option to /var.
> Forrest
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