Kickstart syntax for CentOS upgrade
On 29/04/2008, at 6:27 AM, Alfred von Campe wrote:
But when I try to install CentOS 5.1 via kickstart, anaconda
complains that "You have not defined a root partition (/), which is
required for installation of CentOS to continue". Has anyone
successfully installed CentOS 5.X via kickstart and preserved at
least one partition on a logical volume, and if so, could you please
share your kickstart file?
This worked fine for me on a 4.6 kickstart I did recently. I can't
remember whether I tried it on 5.x or not, sorry.
bootloader --location=mbr --driveorder=sda
part /boot --onpart=sda1 --fstype=ext3
part swap --onpart=sda2 --fstype=swap
volgroup vg --useexisting
logvol / --useexisting --name=root --vgname=vg --fstype=ext3
Because the volgroup already exists you don't need to define a PV for
Hope this helps, although it doesn't look much different to your config!
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