Re: bypassing partman while preseeding to get multiple VG
Op 09-05-2008 om 10:05 schreef Tim Stoop:
> To elaborate on my previous message:
> On Wed, May 7, 2008 at 4:59 PM, Tim Stoop <email@example.com> wrote:
> > - /boot outside of LVM, 500M
> > - LVM "dom0" of 10G with several partitions for the dom0
> > - LVM "domU" empty (at least while installing), rest of the disk
~ I forgot to say that I want to different VGs (dom0 and domU).
> Does anyone have an idea on how I can achieve this? One thing I thought
> about is having a simple recipe and doing it all manually in the
> late_script. Not sure if that's the best solution.
> Any tips would be appreciated!
| $ cd /usr/src/debian-installer/packages/partman/
| $ ls
| partman-auto partman-dmraid partman-newworld
| partman-auto-crypto partman-efi partman-palo
| partman-auto-lvm partman-ext2r0 partman-partitioning
| partman-auto-raid partman-ext3 partman-prep
| partman-base partman-jfs partman-reiserfs
| partman-basicfilesystems partman-lvm partman-target
| partman-basicmethods partman-md partman-xfs
| partman-crypto partman-multipath
| $ grep --after 20 Description: partman-auto-lvm/debian/control
| Description: Automatically partition storage devices using LVM
In other words: there is a partman-auto-lvm package
That is what I say right now.
So I can't tell at this moment
- how to invoke partman-auto-lvm
- how to provide configuration information to p-a-l
- if it could fullfill the multiple VG wish
I just hope it get your further as postings that didn't mention p-a-l.