What is your RAID showing up as? Is it /dev/sda? /dev/cciss/?
You may need to run a %pre script to detect the disks and inject them into the kickstart.
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Sent: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 23:52
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Subject: Re: RHEL 7.5 customized kickstart installation sometime stops on "Installation Destination" - No disks selected
1. How do you have 2 disks in RAID10 AND ALSO RAID1 ? For RAID-1-10
you'd need 8.
2. Consider diverting your syslog to another server, and see what the
message is when it dies.
3. I'm using Packer, for instance, and I think its install (force-fed
kickstart with an attached ISO) hasn't seen that kind of behaviour yet,
so we'd almost need to see your kickstart and any scaffolding required
to replicate it in our own environments.
I say 'almost' because I'm fully booked, but I hope to save someone else
time asking for the same info.
Rashmi Jain wrote:
> Setup : appliance with 2 VDrives in RAID 10 and RAID 1
> RHEL 7.5 based install with customized paritioning, text based install.
> Most of the time the customized works fine but sometimes it stops on
> Generatign customized storage configuration. Installation Destination
> (No disks selected)
> Rebooting the system and trying again - this works and install goes
> through. Any suggestions on how to debug this further - and what are the
> possible points to check
> 1) [x] Language settings 2) [x] Time settings
> (English (United States)) (America/Los_Angeles timezone)
> 3) [x] Installation source 4) [x] Software selection
> (Local media) (Custom software selected)
> 5) [!] Installation Destination 6) [x] Kdump
> (No disks selected) (Kdump is disabled)
> 7) [ ] Network configuration 8) [ ] User creation
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