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06:42 sepphgrau, the kernels are in   /srv/tftp/fai, and i belive they was setup automagically. you configure the pxeboot (tell the machine what kernel to use) using fai-chboot, and i think the kernels made available in tftp are the kernel packages that you install in your fai chroot
06:42 sepymmv
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10:06 phgrausep: I modified /etc/fai/NFSROOT to install my kernel-image and then called fai-setup, this solved my problem. Thanks.
10:07 sepphgrau, your welcome
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14:37 antaresThis is my file FAIBASE configuration
14:37 antaresroot@tlon:/boot/fai/bridgetown/install-20080111_141223# cat /srv/fai/config/disk_config/FAIBASE
14:37 antares# generic disk configuration for one small disk
14:37 antares# disk size from 500Mb up to what you can buy today
14:37 antares#
14:37 antares# <type> <mountpoint> <size in mb> [mount options]     [;extra options]
14:37 antaresdisk_config hda
14:38 antaresprimary  /             0-20000      rw,errors=remount-ro ;-c -j ext3 --------->
14:38 antaresprimary  swap          20000-26000                        
14:38 antaresprimary  /tempo        26000-       rw                   ; -j ext3 --------->
14:38 antaresBut When i reboot the computer bridgetown, i have
14:38 antaresroot@bridgetown's password:
14:38 antaresLast login: Fri Jan 11 15:19:05 2008
14:38 antaresPlan your installation, and FAI installs your plan.
14:38 antaresbridgetown:~# df -h
14:38 antaresFilesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
14:38 antares/dev/hda1             7.7G  446M  6.9G   6% / ---------------->
14:38 antarestmpfs                 376M     0  376M   0% /lib/init/rw
14:38 antaresudev                   10M   40K   10M   1% /dev
14:38 antarestmpfs                 376M  4.0K  376M   1% /dev/shm
14:38 antares/dev/hda3              45G  181M   42G   1% /tempo  ----------->
14:38 antaresI note that the partition's size is not respected can you help
15:02 oz_antares: did you read henning's mail?
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15:02 oz_I think it is respected
15:07 Bluemoon22-26G for swap? :)
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15:11 pllhi folks.
15:12 pllWhat's the difference between fai.conf and make-fai-nfsroot.conf?
15:12 pllI understand that make-fai-nfsroot uses the latter, but what is the reason for having 2 different files?  Why not have just have one?
15:13 pllI'm trying to document our FAI server building process, and wish to explain this so others don't get confused.
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15:28 antaresi am testing the idea of  henning "/ 18000-20000, swap 4000-6000, /tempo 52000-" i will give the result
15:29 oz_Bluemoon: if he got 11G Ram? ;)
Action: oz_ had 70GB swap on a 36GB Box
15:30 oz_*shrug* not really useful but hdd is so cheap
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16:23 lazyb0ypll: diff fai.conf make-fai-nfsroot.conf :)
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16:24 lazyb0ythen, there are many comments in these files, the fai-guide, and man pages, even IIRC.
16:26 lazyb0ybut to make it short: make-fai-nfsroot.conf contains stuff that is only needed by make-fai-nfsroot, the other file contains some more things, which are also used by fai-setup, and at install time, by being copied into the nfsroot
16:26 lazyb0yand, fai.conf is used for softupdates
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17:30 plllazyb0y: that was not the nature of my question.  I'm trying to understand essentially why they are not a single file used by both commands.
17:31 pllThere doesn't seem to be much contained in either file, and since fai-setup usually calls make-fai-nfsroot, why not just have a single file and use which ever vars are required at the time.
17:36 phgraupll: I would say, it is this way because the author(s) of fai like it this way.
18:19 pllphgrau: yes, that's obvious, and not overly helpful.  I was hoping one or more of them were here to provide some insight into their design decisions.
18:23 juri_i'm tracking and reporting a bug in setup_harddisks. its getting my BOOT_PARTITION variable wrong if i have a /boot. it didn't used to do this in 2.8.x. ;)
18:44 pllif I change a line in /etc/fai/apt/sources.list, do I need to re-run fai-setup, or can I just run 'make-fai-nfsroot -r' ?
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19:00 h01gerjuri_, setup_harddisc is not only dead, it already smells strange. setup_storage is teh future :)
19:06 kugghah
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19:39 torkelpll: should be enough to run make-fai-nfsroot
19:42 juri_h01ger: that may be so, but it wasn't broke like this the last time i tried this.
19:47 torkelpll: iirc fai.conf may be used on installed clients too (for softupdates) while make-fai-nfsroot.conf is only used for creating the nfsroot
19:50 torkel(well almost...)
20:03 h01gerjuri_, sure :)
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20:30 juri_h01ger: you're dripping with sympathy, i can tell. :)
20:43 plltorkel: thanks
21:31 h01gerjuri_, /me scratches head. i do understand (and appreciate) you fiddling with "outdated" (its still in trunk and in the release after all) software. i mostly wanted to make sure, you're aware of teh future :)
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21:53 juri_h01ger: works for me. ;P
21:53 h01ger:)
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