Is there a way to make sure or force the kickstart to use local internal disk instead of SAN.
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> Subject: Is there a way to make sure or force the kickstart to use
> local internal disk instead of SAN.
> We created raid5 virtual device on the local SAS disks in Dell r710.
> The fibre/HBA's on the server are already zoned to the EMC storage and
> so it can also see the SAN disks.
> We do kickstart installs; so my question is:
> What can we do to make sure that the kickstart install uses raid5
> virtual device built on local SAS disks instead of the SAN.
> Please suggest or point int he right direction.
You might generate the partitioning commands based on the drives detected in a %pre script.
Perhaps http://www.owlriver.com/tips/hands-off/lw2007.pdf can help you a bit, though it may not be detailed enough.
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