FAI cancel client install during HD partitioning.
lange at informatik.Uni-Koeln.DE
Wed Jan 17 21:34:14 CET 2007
>>>>> On Wed, 17 Jan 2007 16:06:15 -0300, Marcelo Santana <marcgsantana at yahoo.com.br> said:
> "Disks found:Disk /dev/cciss/c0d0: cannot get geometry"
> "Illegal division by zero at /usr/sbin/setup_harddisks line 298."
You can force sfdisk to use a certain geometry by defining a varaible
sfdisk="--force -C 7752 -H 240 -S 63"
I need this when installaing a dual boot machine, where Wind$$$$ did
the partitioning and sfdisk always think the partition was made for a
different geometry that linux detects. It's works well for me.
So try to determine which geometry you must force for your disks.
P.S: Please do not attach the complete log file, if we only need a
certain part of it.
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