werner maes wrote:
> Did you have your partitions already created with XFS? Or did you use a
> "clean" disk?
I tried it both ways. I also tried it with and without "--fs xfs"
> Could you try to add "clearpart --all" to your configuration?
Sure thing, I'll let you know.
> I've tried your ks.cfg but I still get the same error. I get the messages:
> /, formatting /usr, formatting /home, ... but these commands don't take
> much time. Therefore
> I presume that the formatting has not been done correctly.
Formatting an XFS partition is MUCH quicker than formatting an ext2
Eric Sandeen XFS for Linux http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs
sandeen@xxxxxxx SGI, Inc.