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Re: [rhel5-branch] documentation: nfs argument at the boot can take options (#559200).



Ack.

On Thu, 15 Jul 2010, Ales Kozumplik wrote:

---
docs/command-line.txt   |    5 +++--
docs/kickstart-docs.txt |   12 ++++++------
2 files changed, 9 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/command-line.txt b/docs/command-line.txt
index 941dafb..75c1dc1 100644
--- a/docs/command-line.txt
+++ b/docs/command-line.txt
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-8-15-2005
+07-15-2010
---------

Boot time command args:
@@ -145,7 +145,8 @@ dns=<dns>	Comma separated list of nameservers to use for a network
dhcptimeout=<sec> Set different dhcp timeout to workaround STP delays
                  with some Cisco switches

-method=nfs:<path> Use <path> for an NFS installation.
+method=nfs(:options):<path> Use <path> for an NFS installation. NFS mount
+                options are optional.

method=http://<path> Use <path> for an HTTP installation

diff --git a/docs/kickstart-docs.txt b/docs/kickstart-docs.txt
index de21f4b..5352ded 100644
--- a/docs/kickstart-docs.txt
+++ b/docs/kickstart-docs.txt
@@ -1680,13 +1680,13 @@ Making the Kickstart File Available on the Network

   Other options to start a kickstart installation are as follows:

-   ks=nfs:<server>:/<path>
+   ks=nfs(:options):<server>:/<path>

-       The installation program will look for the kickstart file on the
-       NFS server <server>, as file <path>. The installation program will
-       use DHCP to configure the Ethernet card. For example, if your NFS
-       server is server.example.com and the kickstart file is in the NFS
-       share /mydir/ks.cfg, the correct boot command would be
+       The installation program will look for the kickstart file on the NFS
+       server <server>, as file <path>. The (:options) part is optional. The
+       installation program will use DHCP to configure the Ethernet card. For
+       example, if your NFS server is server.example.com and the kickstart file
+       is in the NFS share /mydir/ks.cfg, the correct boot command would be
       ks=nfs:server.example.com:/mydir/ks.cfg.

   ks=http://<server>/<path>


--
David Cantrell <dcantrell redhat com>
Red Hat / Honolulu, HI


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