[Linux-PowerEdge] elaborate on DSU sample kickstart files

Patrick Boutilier boutilpj at ednet.ns.ca
Fri Nov 11 08:38:05 CST 2016


I think those kickstart files are meant for an install that has the Dell repository installed when completed. Not to run dsu on an existing system.



On November 11, 2016 7:58:31 AM AST, Robert Jacobson <teridon at gmail.com> wrote:
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>I see there are some sample kickstart files here, supposedly for
>helping
>create bootable ISO images to run dsu.
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>http://linux.dell.com/repo/hardware/sampleks/
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>Can someone point to additional documentation or explain in more detail
>how
>one uses these files?  Are these meant to be added to an existing
>CentOS 7
>netinstall image?
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>I guess I don't understand the process on how one can update a server
>using
>these kickstart files.  I have a server setup to kickstart systems
>using
>PXE, but the above kickstart files would delete the existing data on
>the
>servers!
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