John G Heim
jheim at math.wisc.edu
Wed Feb 24 15:10:41 CET 2021
FAI works a lot like an installation you'd do "by hand". You boot from a
live image, partition the hard drive, install a base system via
debootstrap then chroot to do the rest of the installation steps
(install a kernel, install packages, configure grub). So, if you want to
blacklist a module, you have to do it on the new system, not on the live
boot image. In other words, in your case, you'd have to fcopy the module
configuration files to the new system after the base system is
installed. This is done by putting a script in the scripts folder of
your FAI config root. By default this would be /srv/fai/config/scripts/.
On 2/24/21 4:20 AM, Pasquale Cantiello wrote:
> Hi all
> I'm new to fai (only two weeks) and trying to use it to install a
> cluster with a front-end and 10 compute nodes. At present stage I am
> able to install all machines with related software and little
> customization from the faiserver with almost no problem.
> Now, since the nodes have a GPU card I want to install the nvidia driver
> and related sdk to the frontend and all nodes. I've downloaded all the
> files (.run file for driver and .deb files for sdk) on faiserver and put
> them in nfsroot in order to launch the installation on the nodes.
> My problems are now:
> How to prevent the installation of the nouveau driver on nodes? This
> will conflict with the new driver. I've also put a modeprobe.conf file
> with blacklist in /nfsroot/etc/modeprobe.d/ but with no success.
> And, how to use the PRELOAD or PRELOADRM command in the package
> configuration to install sdk from nfsroot? I've found no samples and
> tried all combinations...
> Thanks in advance to all who can help me.
> Best regards
> ing. PhD Pasquale Cantiello
> Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia
> Sezione di Napoli - Osservatorio Vesuviano
> Via Diocleziano, 328 - 80124 Napoli
> Tel. 081-6108.332
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