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This ks script isn't working on CentOS 4.8... Should it?



Hi all,

I've got an installer that I've been trying to get to work on various servers depending on their under-lying disk type. I adapted a KS from the web and came up with the kickstart below. In short though; I'm trying to use it on CentOS 4.8 i386.

It creates the '/tmp/part-include' file but only with the 'clear-part' line. It doesn't seem to run the bash script after it. Do I need some magic to make it run?

Thanks!

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install
cdrom
lang en_US
langsupport en_US
keyboard us
xconfig --resolution 1024x768 --depth 24 --startxonboot --defaultdesktop gnome network --device eth0 --bootproto dhcp --hostname usrvr.lab.opticalonline.com
rootpw --iscrypted $1$xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
firewall --disabled
selinux --disabled
authconfig --enableshadow --enablemd5
timezone --utc America/Toronto
ignoredisk --drives=sda,sdb,sdc,sdd
bootloader --location=partition

# This will run whatever was created by the script below.
%include /tmp/part-include

%packages --resolvedeps
@ development-tools
@ editors
@ legacy-network-server
@ legacy-software-development
@ server-cfg
@ system-tools
@ sound-and-video
@ network-server
@ admin-tools
@ smb-server
@ base-x
@ gnome-desktop
@ text-internet
@ printing
@ graphical-internet
k3b
dhcp
expect
ncompress
vnc
tftp
uucp
perl-Crypt-SSLeay
perl-TimeDate
system-config-printer
#
# Exclude the following packages:
#
-lksctp-tools
-HelixPlayer
-cdparanoia
-rhythmbox
-sound-juicer


### Script to setup partitions.
%pre --log=/tmp/ks-preinstall.log

#!/bin/sh
# This should detect what disk parition layout to used depending on the
# partitions found.

# Prepare the disks.
echo "zerombr yes" > /tmp/part-include
echo "clearpart --all --initlabel" > /tmp/part-include

### Some detection.
if [grep -q cciss/c0d0]; then
### No RAID is needed at the software level, it's managed by the controller.
	# '/boot' partition
echo "part /boot --size=200 --asprimary --ondisk=cciss/c0d0p1" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/' partition
echo "part / --size=200 --asprimary --ondisk=cciss/c0d0p2" > /tmp/part-include
	# <swap> partitions (RAID 0)
echo "part swap --size=1000 --asprimary --ondisk=cciss/c0d0p3" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/backup' partition
echo "part /backup --size=5000 --ondisk=cciss/c0d0p4" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/u' partition (grows to fill disk).
echo "part /u --size=1 --grow --ondisk=cciss/c0d0p5" > /tmp/part-include
elif [grep -q cciss/c1d0]; then
### No RAID is needed at the software level, it's managed by the controller.
	# '/boot' partition
echo "part /boot --size=200 --asprimary --ondisk=cciss/c1d0p1" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/' partition
echo "part / --size=200 --asprimary --ondisk=cciss/c1d0p2" > /tmp/part-include
	# <swap> partitions (RAID 0)
echo "part swap --size=1000 --asprimary --ondisk=cciss/c1d0p3" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/backup' partition
echo "part /backup --size=5000 --ondisk=cciss/c1d0p4" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/u' partition (grows to fill disk).
echo "part /u --size=1 --grow --ondisk=cciss/c1d0p5" > /tmp/part-include
elif [grep -q hdb /proc/partitions]; then
	### /dev/hdX RAID
	# '/boot' partition
echo "part raid.10 --size=200 --asprimary --ondisk=hda" > /tmp/part-include echo "part raid.20 --size=200 --asprimary --ondisk=hdb" > /tmp/part-include

	# '/' partition
echo "part raid.11 --size=20000 --asprimary --ondisk=hda" > /tmp/part-include echo "part raid.21 --size=20000 --asprimary --ondisk=hdb" > /tmp/part-include

	# <swap> partitions (RAID 0)
echo "part raid.12 --size=1000 --asprimary --ondisk=hda" > /tmp/part-include echo "part raid.22 --size=1000 --asprimary --ondisk=hdb" > /tmp/part-include

	# '/backup' partition
echo "part raid.13 --size=5000 --ondisk=hda" > /tmp/part-include echo "part raid.23 --size=5000 --ondisk=hdb" > /tmp/part-include

	# '/u' partition (grows to fill disk).
echo "part raid.14 --size=1 --grow --ondisk=hda" > /tmp/part-include echo "part raid.24 --size=1 --grow --ondisk=hdb" > /tmp/part-include

	# Build the RAID arrays
echo "raid /boot --fstype ext3 --level=RAID1 --device=md0 raid.10 raid.20" > /tmp/part-include echo "raid / --fstype ext3 --level=RAID1 --device=md1 raid.11 raid.21" > /tmp/part-include echo "raid swap --fstype swap --level=RAID0 --device=md4 raid.12 raid.22" > /tmp/part-include echo "raid /backup --fstype ext3 --level=RAID1 --device=md2 raid.13 raid.23" > /tmp/part-include echo "raid /u --fstype ext3 --level=RAID1 --device=md3 raid.14 raid.24" > /tmp/part-include
elif [grep -q hda /proc/partitions]; then
	### /dev/hda single
	# '/boot' partition
	echo "part /boot	--size=200	--asprimary	--ondisk=hda" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/' partition
	echo "part /		--size=20000	--asprimary	--ondisk=hda" > /tmp/part-include
	# <swap> partitions
	echo "part swap	--size=1000	--asprimary	--ondisk=hda" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/backup' partition
	echo "part /backup	--size=5000			--ondisk=hda" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/u' partition (grows to fill disk).
	echo "part /u		--size=1	--grow		--ondisk=hda" > /tmp/part-include
elif [grep -q hdb /proc/partitions]; then
	### /dev/sdX RAID - This should be the majority.
	# '/boot' partition
echo "part raid.10 --size=200 --asprimary --ondisk=sda" > /tmp/part-include echo "part raid.20 --size=200 --asprimary --ondisk=sdb" > /tmp/part-include

	# '/' partition
echo "part raid.11 --size=20000 --asprimary --ondisk=sda" > /tmp/part-include echo "part raid.21 --size=20000 --asprimary --ondisk=sdb" > /tmp/part-include

	# <swap> partitions (RAID 0)
echo "part raid.12 --size=1000 --asprimary --ondisk=sda" > /tmp/part-include echo "part raid.22 --size=1000 --asprimary --ondisk=sdb" > /tmp/part-include

	# '/backup' partition
echo "part raid.13 --size=5000 --ondisk=sda" > /tmp/part-include echo "part raid.23 --size=5000 --ondisk=sdb" > /tmp/part-include

	# '/u' partition (grows to fill disk).
echo "part raid.14 --size=1 --grow --ondisk=sda" > /tmp/part-include echo "part raid.24 --size=1 --grow --ondisk=sdb" > /tmp/part-include

	# Build the RAID arrays
echo "raid /boot --fstype ext3 --level=RAID1 --device=md0 raid.10 raid.20" > /tmp/part-include echo "raid / --fstype ext3 --level=RAID1 --device=md1 raid.11 raid.21" > /tmp/part-include echo "raid swap --fstype swap --level=RAID0 --device=md4 raid.12 raid.22" > /tmp/part-include echo "raid /backup --fstype ext3 --level=RAID1 --device=md2 raid.13 raid.23" > /tmp/part-include echo "raid /u --fstype ext3 --level=RAID1 --device=md3 raid.14 raid.24" > /tmp/part-include
elif [grep -q hda /proc/partitions]; then
	### /dev/sda single
	# '/boot' partition
	echo "part /boot	--size=200	--asprimary	--ondisk=sda" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/' partition
	echo "part /		--size=20000	--asprimary	--ondisk=sda" > /tmp/part-include
	# <swap> partitions
	echo "part swap	--size=1000	--asprimary	--ondisk=sda" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/backup' partition
	echo "part /backup	--size=5000			--ondisk=sda" > /tmp/part-include
	# '/u' partition (grows to fill disk).
	echo "part /u		--size=1	--grow		--ondisk=sda" > /tmp/part-include
fi


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