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[opensuse-autoinstall] Deriving hostname for .xml file from PXE client & setting values in /etc/sysctl.conf
- From: Simon Loewenthal/NL/Tele2 <simon.loewenthal@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 01 Sep 2009 17:18:00 +0200
- Message-id: <4A9D3B28.4060909@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
I am trying to construct a generic autoinst.xml file for several
clients. The template I am using is the one generated from one server,
an HP Blade, found in /root/autoinst.xml.
I intend to use this from within a file called this, (the MAC address is
# cat /tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg/00-00-00-00-00-00-01
# install SLES11 - Dummy entry for generic profile
append initrd=initrd ramdisk_size=65536
netdevice=eth0 textmode=1 insmod=bnx2
The autogenerated file contains host specific entries like,
I would like to have this xml inherit the hostname, IP address from the
client that called it.
In most cases these servers will run Oracle. Therefore I would like to
some how add values for shmmni shmmax and so on for Oracle. I expect to
have a separate .xml file somewhere that would set these values. What
is the way to so this? I thought that I could use some xml like this
but I don;'t know if this is the preferred way in the SUSE world?
<script>echo "kernel.shmall = 2097152" >>/etc/sysctl.conf</script>
How would I instruct autoyast to call this file?
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