Ok, so this installed ONCE?
I have run into this issue with the DL
servers (and the CCISS controller).
This happens when you have previously
setup disks using LVM on a cciss controller. If you delete and recreate the
partitions in the CCISS Controller ROM BIOS setup, it will work again, one more
time (that’s how I originally figured it out).
OR, add –initlabel to your clearpart
command in the kickstart file:
clearpart --all –initlabel
kickstart-list-bounces redhat com [mailto:kickstart-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Ajitabh
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Subject: Re: Grub not getting
installed after kickstart installation
On 10/3/05, Shabazian, Chip
<Chip Shabazian bankofamerica com>
Are you installing from a local CD, or via Virtual Media over the iLO?
I am installing from a
Try removing everything from your %post and make /boot it's own NATIVE
partition, not LVM
/boot is primary partition and not a part of LVM (check the ks file posted with
the original post). Also I added those %post commands later, it was not working
anyway so I thought I will try installing Grub through %post.
Installation always went smooth but when I try to boot from the hard disk,
nothing is coming up. So it looks like a problem with grub getting installed on
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