--- adam <adam.stokes(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Anyone seen any issues with ntp clock skew and network interfaces
before the post install scripts are executed? I am trying to pinpoint the
cause of this but not to familiar with anaconda's interworkings.
see bug 185830. In the bugzilla comments I managed to track down the timezone
(build system /etc/localtime being replaced) issue, before deciding I wanted to
focus my time on figuring out how to generate livecd's as a non-root user so
that such system corruption is not remotely possible. The only solution I've
come up with, is to use qemu instead of anaconda rootpath for installs. Which
for my purposes is the right answer, but I can understand why some people won't
want to put up with 2++ hour build times.
Ive tried manually configuring the network device during install rather than
having kickstart do it automatically. Also this only seems to happen on this
box with 2 interfaces rather than my other machine with just one interface.
simply restarting the network allows me to continue with my post install
setup and the only network related scripts that i have residing in
post_install_scripts are some yum installs for custom applications.
· adam <astokes.org>
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