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Old 07-14-2006, 03:05 PM   #1
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Kickstart, can you force order of scsi modules.


I wanted to know if in kickstart you could force the order which RHEL 3 or 4 loads kernel modules. Most of our servers have a scsi card and a fiber card. Red Hat likes to load the qla fiber card modules before the scsi card modules. I would like the ability in kickstart to have the qla drivers load second. That way the OS is always running on sda. I know how to manually fix this, but I would like it done in the kickstart process.
 
  


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