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Old 10-21-2015, 11:11 AM   #1
Cebrian
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Kickstart: --percent option along with --maxsize in RHEL 7.1


have a kickstart to automatically create LVs based on a percentage instead of a fixed size.

Currently, my kickstart is working as expected, but in installations with large HDs the LVs sizes are too big and I would like to set a maximum size for all LVs.

I have tried with no luck:

logvol /var/log --fstype="xfs" --percent=15 --maxsize=30720 --name=lv_log --vgname=volgroup

Also I have read the official documentation and could not find the option.
 
  


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