Ticket #648: test-mindi.conf

File test-mindi.conf, 3.2 KB (added by msross, 7 years ago)

example configuration generated by mindi.648

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1# Mindi Configuration File
2# Generated by Mindi 2.1.3-r3026 on Thu Oct 18 10:54:21 CDT 2012
3
4# Mindi Additional Boot Parameters
5# Additional parameters to be passed to the kernel at boot time.  In case of
6# problem with udev you can try adding udevdebug.
7MINDI_ADDITIONAL_BOOT_PARAMS="\
8    devfs=nomount noresume selinux=0 barrier=off udevtimeout=10"
9
10# Mindi Default Boot Option
11# Set the default boot option for recovery media generated by mondoarchive.
12# Options are interactive, expert, compare, iso, nuke, and isonuke.  This
13# option is only valid when mindi is called from mondo.  Calling mindi
14# directly will leave only the expert option available.
15MINDI_DEFAULT_BOOT_OPTION="interactive"
16
17# Mindi Boot Timeout
18# Set the boot timeout for recovery media generated by mondoarchive.  The
19# timeout is scaled in 1/10 seconds and detrmines how long the boot prompt
20# will wait before booting to the default option.
21MINDI_BOOT_TIMEOUT=300
22
23# Ramdisk Extra Space
24# Size of the ramdisk used in generating recovery media.  Increase this if
25# you run out of ramdisk space.
26EXTRA_SPACE=92160
27
28# Boot Size
29# Size of the boot disk on the recovery media.  Increase if you run out of
30# space.
31BOOT_SIZE=40960
32
33# Temporary Directory
34TMPDIR=/tmp
35
36# Mindi Log File Location
37LOGFILE=/var/log/mindi.log
38
39# Mindi Cache Directory
40MINDI_CACHE=/var/cache/mindi
41
42# Mindi Boot Media Message
43BOOT_MEDIA_MESSAGE="\
44To format and restore all files automatically, type 'nuke' <enter>.\n\
45To restore some/all files interactively, type 'interactive' <enter>.\n\
46To compare the archives with your filesystem, type 'compare' <enter>.\n\
47To boot to a command-line prompt (expert mode), type 'expert' <enter>.\n\
48You may add one or more of the following parameters as well:\n\n\
49        donteject - mondorestore will not eject the CD; this is useful if, for\n\
50                    instance, your PC's case has a concealed CD-ROM drive\n\
51        noresize  - your mountlist will not be adjusted to use your unallocated\n\
52                    hard disk space\n\
53        textonly  - do not call any Newt library routines; this is unattractive\n\
54                    but valuable if you find your Newt library has bugs in it\n\n\
55e.g. Type 'nuke donteject textonly' if you have an unstable Newt library and \n\
56a PC whose CD-ROM drive tray would be damaged if it unexpectedly ejected.\n"
57
58# Prompt for Make CD Image
59# Ask if you want to make a CD Image to be written. If this is set to 'no',
60# then the image will be created automatically.
61PROMPT_MAKE_CD_IMAGE="yes"
62
63# Prompt for Make USB Image
64# Ask if you want to make a USB Image to be written. If this is set to 'no',
65# then the image will be created automatically.
66PROMPT_MAKE_USB_IMAGE="yes"
67
68# Prompt for Use Own Kernel
69# If set to "no", you will be prompted for whether or not you want to use your
70# own kernel, or the supplied default. If "yes" mindi will automatically use
71# your own kernel.
72USE_OWN_KERNEL="yes"
73
74# Using Xen Kernel
75# If set to "no", the kernel is not a Xen kernel.  If "yes", mindi will modify
76# isolinux.cfg for the Xen kernel.
77KERNEL_IS_XEN="no"
78
79# Deny Module List
80# Use to list any modules to exclude.  For HP OCMP replace as follows:
81# DENY_MODS="MPS_Driver_Mapper mps octtldrv tscttl streams kqemu fdomain".
82DENY_MODS="kqemu"
83
84# Force Module List
85# Force modules to be included.
86FORCE_MODS=""
87