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    ylatrous NNTP User

    Default Specifying additional disks in a kiwi configuration


    I'd like to be able to specify additional disks (sdb and sdc for
    example) and set LVMs on these target devices.

    I couldn't find a way to specify such configuration in Kiwi. I'm not
    sure if this is valid in Kiwi at all!

    I'm no Kiwi expert and my search on the internet didn't lead to any
    useful information.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.

    Y.


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    Default Re: Specifying additional disks in a kiwi configuration

    Before thinking too much about your proposed problem,

    I guess I'd ask how certain you'd be that the target device would have those additional disks.
    If the image is to be flexible, the only disk you can be sure exists is sda.

    I would guess that it's better to mount any additional disks or volumes by script than to build them into the base image (The image can auto run a script you provide).

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    ylatrous NNTP User

    Default Re: Specifying additional disks in a kiwi configuration


    No you are right. We need to leave that to a secondary step, during the
    initial configuration. Thanks for the reply.


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