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HElp to create kickstart rhel5 dvd



Hi
I want to create a kickstart rhel5 automated dvd to install
can u provide me the proper steps and configuration for ks.cfg and
isolinux.cfg file
I tried manytimes but couldnt success.
I have rhel 5 dvd.
thanks.
Deepak

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  3. server burn-in process recommendations? (Furnish, Trever G)


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  Date: Mon, 21 Sep 2009 00:26:30 +0530
  From: sathya kt
  Subject: DNS & DHCP Configuration
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  Sir/Madam,
  Still i have confusion in DNS and DHCP configurations can
  u please explain me regarding subject in brief.

  Thanks & Regards
  Satya


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  Date: Sun, 20 Sep 2009 19:01:45 +0000
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  Subject: Re: DNS & DHCP Configuration
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  Dns is ip to name resolution (and reverse)
  Dhcp is ip assignment


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  Sir/Madam,
  Still i have confusion in DNS and DHCP configurations can
  u please explain me regarding subject in brief.

  Thanks & Regards
  Satya
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  Date: Mon, 21 Sep 2009 09:57:45 -0400
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  Anyone have any recommendations on how best to burn in and test new
  RHEL
  systems?

  We tend to just assume that if we have three identical systems
  installed
  using identical procedures, that they are going to perform in the
  same
  way. We don't yet have an established test that let's us spot
  unexpected differences (like one system running half as fast as an
  'identical' system due to some BIOS setting being different or some
  other oddity).

  I'd like to create a burn-in process that causes us to spot problems.
  I
  know about memtest86, but what else would you all recommend? Anyone
  got
  a procedure already?

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