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14:35 pwr_sneakhi, warum benutzen meine Server nur 1GB RAM nach einer FAI Installation?
14:35 pwr_sneakdebian etch
14:36 pwr_sneakwährend der installation zeigt meminfo auch nur 1GB an
14:36 pwr_sneakeingebaut sind 2GB und der Debian Installer benutzt die auch beide
14:40 pwr_sneakmy fai installed debian servers don't use the full 2GB of RAM, meminfo just reports 906492 kB
14:42 pwr_sneakits even the same during installation before the first reboot
14:42 pwr_sneaksame machine installed with debian-installer and running fai softupdate afterwards works as expected with 2 GB
14:42 pwr_sneakany clues?
14:43 pwr_sneakfai-host ist 3.2.8, debian etch, bootp
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23:49 jmceHi. Anyone with experience forcing a specifc order on eth interface numbering (eth0/eth1/eth2) at installation time?
23:51 jmceUnless the kernel makes the interface used for PXE as eth0, installation fails since nfsroot mount is not possible (in my case what 'should' be eth1 faces another network where I don't want the nfs server reachable.
23:53 jmceso I must make the booting kernel force some interface ordering at boot time (even if by driver type, enough in this case)
23:54 jmceand the spec would need to be different for each 'class' of machines (heterogeneous cluster)
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