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RHEL 3 and "nostorage"?



On my RHEL 4 kickstarts, I specify nostorage on the command line and "device scsi cciss" in ks.cfg.  This ensures no SAN-connected devices will be seen by Anaconda and get accidentally overwritten.  Has anyone duplicated this behavior on RHEL 3?  I looked at Anaconda source for U5 and U6 and nostorage is not present.  I believe the only similar option would be "noprobe" and then specify device eth and scsi in ks.cfg.  I'm not very familiar with noprobe; will the kickstart go interactive for other options as well?  We already specify the monitor in ks.cfg, so that should be fine.

Thanks for any pointers on how to emulate nostorage in RHEL 3.

/Brian/


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