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Description of problem:
I have a system with an HBA and a local scsi disk. The HBA shows up
as sda, sdb, and sdc. The local scsi disk is sdd. When I do an
installation, during the partitionobjinit phase, I get a dialog box
with the message "Error opening /dev/sdd: No such device or address"
with two choices (Retry, Cancel).
Selecting Cancel will allow me to proceed. But I have found no way to
automate this selection in a kickstart file, allowing me to completely
install the machine in an unattended fashion.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install on a machine like mine (Dell 2650, with HBA & Local disk)
2. see screen (click & continue)
Well, one question would be why the disk can't be read as that seems
like something that should be fixed :)
For RHEL4, we've added an 'ignoredisk' directive which should work for
this case. Assigning to Paul to assess the feasibility of a backport
for a RHEL3 update.
Created attachment 107301 [details]
This should be sufficient.
Commited on tarroon branch for U5
I can't find any doncumentation on usage for this in the RHEL 4 docs or package
I am assuming the syntax for omiting one device is:
Where <disk-name> = hda or sdx (with no device path)
and I am assuming the syntax for omiting mulitple devices is is a comma
seperated list, like this:
Is this correct? I want to file an RFE for docs and enter this into the
I promise whatever ends up in the knowledgebase and docs will have better
grammer and spelling than the above passage
Okay, the syntax appears to be:
Confirmed trough testing.
Let me know if there are any caveats.
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