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Ricio 04-27-2008 02:40 PM

Replace Autopartition force partition order! ROCKS Cluster
 
I would like to know if its posible to force a partition to be first with a custom replace autopartition file.
How can I make the replace autopartition to do an ntfs partition instead of vfat.
Heres my replace autopartition:

Code:

 
<?xml version="1.0" standalone="no" ?>
- <kickstart>
  <description>Replace autopartition</description>
  <changelog />
- <main>
  <part>/win --size 18500 --ondisk sda --fstype vfat</part>
  <part>/linux --size 7700 --ondisk sda</part>
  <part>/ --size 6800 --ondisk sda</part>
  <part>swap --size 2000 --ondisk sda</part>
  <part>/apps --size 2000 --ondisk sda</part>
  <part>/state/partition1 --size 1 --grow --ondisk sda</part>
  </main>
  <post />
  </kickstart>

Heres what I get after installing rocks with replace autopartition in a node.

fdisk -l gives this, after changing the partition from vfat to ntfs manually:

Code:

Device                Boot        Start        End        Blocks                Id        System
/dev/hda1        *        1        867        6964146                83        Linux
/dev/hda2                868        3225        18940535        7        HPFS/NTFS
/dev/hda3                3226        4207        7887915                83        Linux
/dev/hda4                4208        5221        8144955                5        Extended
/dev/hda5                4208        4462        2048256                83        Linux
/dev/hda6                4463        4717        2048256                82        Linux swap
/dev/hda7                4718        5221        4048348+        83        Linux


Again, what i would like to do is have the first partition as a windows partition with ntfs system


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