the problem here is that I need something like a filter since we have about 63x4 multipath devices at the moment and I was told that we can reach about 1000 devices in productive environments :-).
And we want to install the os on /dev/cciss/c0d0 or /dev/xvda, ...
So I would really need a filter <skip_value>sd*</skip_value> here
Uwe Gansert firstname.lastname@example.org 03.07.12 16.57 Uhr >>>
On 03.07.2012 15:22, Jochen Schaefer wrote:
I want to prevent the partitioning of all /dev/sdxxx devices by autoyast. How to achieve that? Regarding to Uwe's blog I can use the skip_list feature. But I'm uncertain about which skip_key and skip_value to use?
<listentry> <skip_key>name</skip_key> <skip_value>sda</skip_value> </listentry> <listentry> <skip_key>name</skip_key> <skip_value>sdb</skip_value> </listentry> <listentry> <skip_key>name</skip_key> <skip_value>sdc</skip_value> </listentry> ....
should work of course but maybe there is something all sdX devices have in common? Have you tried yast2 ayast_probe and compared the drives? Like I describe here? http://suse.gansert.net/?p=499