[CentOS] kickstart problems

Romeo Ninov rninov at gmail.com
Tue Sep 2 12:17:25 UTC 2008



Paolo Supino  wrote / napísal(a):
>
>
> On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 8:14 AM, nate <centos at linuxpowered.net 
> <mailto:centos at linuxpowered.net>> wrote:
>
>     Paolo Supino wrote:
>     > Hi Nate
>     >
>
>     > 3: After the error comes up I get the HTTP setup configuration
>     screen with
>     > the source website (in IP) and CentOS directory as I entered
>     them in the
>     > pxeconfiguration file and as it appears in the kickstart
>     configuration file
>     > and all I have to do is press the 'OK' button to continue the
>     installation
>     > to a successful completion.
>
>     If that's the case the next most likely culprit is
>
>     > url --url http://192.168.11.1/source
>
>
>     Just because the PXE boot loader can download the kickstart
>     config does not mean that the installation process will work
>     with that NIC.
>
>     Also I've had lots of broadcom systems not work with kickstart over
>     the years, it's not uncommon for newer systems to have newer
>     revs of the chipsets and those revs not being supported by the
>     installer.
>
>     But it sounds like in your case it does work, so I would look
>     at the url above, as it likely is the cause of the problem. Check
>     the http access logs on the server for 404s and similar errors.
>
>     nate
>
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>
> Hi Nate
>
>   After figuring what I was doing wrong (see previous reply ...) I 
> started going through each of my systems in order to boot them and 
> install CentOS 5.2 on each. For the most part it works, but only for 
> the most part? Because once in a few boots (not machine specific) 
> anaconda stops and either asks me what interface it needs to configure 
> or fails to load 'stage2.img' from the web server on 192.168.11.1 
> <http://192.168.11.1> ... All cables are good cables. The network 
> switch is a Cisco 3750G with no configuration) and all the NICs are 
> broadcom with firmware 3.8.9. <http://3.8.9.> Can you throw a guess 
> where the problem might be lying (I hate inconsistencies)?
>
>
Have you check apache logs for something. Check also the server messages


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