[CentOS] bootloader installed at wrong place during install

Aleksandar Milivojevic alex at milivojevic.org
Fri Sep 1 18:16:43 UTC 2006

Quoting Email Lists <lists06 at abbacomm.net>:

> -> Aleksandar Milivojevic uttered...
> ->
> -> I've just started testing CentOS 4.4 installs.  When installing on two
> -> mirrored drives, the bootloader got installed into the first
> -> partition, instead of MBR.  It was a kickstart install, and I used
> -> "bootloader --location=mbr" in the kickstart file (which is also a
> -> default).  However, when looking into /root/anaconda-ks.cfg file,
> -> misteriously it was changed to "bootloader --location=partition" by
> -> Anaconda!?
> When you say mirrored, do you mean hardware RAID like on a Compaq Proliant
> DL360 server with two scsi drives or software mirrored?

Just a standard Linux software mirror (/dev/md* stuff).

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