Modify the bootstrap installer so that no partition is used in /dev/sda
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18:58 < anarcat> as i said, we wouldn't need fdisk in the first place if the OS was installed directly in /dev/sda instead of /dev/sda1 18:58 < anarcat> but i can't be bothered to read the ganeti-instance-deboostratp code again :p 18:58 < hiro> yeah sure as you can resize directly 18:58 < hiro> as I did with sdc 18:59 < hiro> but you said it was too mcuh to mess with the installer 19:00 < anarcat> well you're welcome to take a look :) 19:00 < anarcat> maybe there's a simple knob to fix this 19:00 < anarcat> debian package is https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/ganeti-instance-debootstrap and upstream source is https://github.com/ganeti/instance-debootstrap 19:01 < hiro> I still prefer fdisk 19:01 < anarcat> https://github.com/ganeti/instance-debootstrap/blob/master/create 19:01 < hiro> xD 19:01 < anarcat> if [ "$PARTITION_STYLE" = "none" ]; then 19:01 < anarcat> filesystem_dev=$blockdev 19:01 < anarcat> elif [ "$PARTITION_STYLE" = "msdos" ]; then 19:01 < anarcat> # Create one big partition, and make it bootable 19:01 < anarcat> format_disk0 $blockdev 19:01 < anarcat> maybe we can just do PARTITION_STYLE=none in the config 19:04 < hiro> uhm 19:04 < hiro> ok let's dump this in a t icket 19:04 < hiro> I have to create the onionbalance machine 19:05 < hiro> maybe we can test it 19:05 < anarcat> sure!
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