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Timestamp:
Dec 5, 2009, 5:55:04 PM (11 years ago)
Author:
Bruno Cornec
Message:

nfsopt restore boot time option added to support custom mount options for network restore
(2.2.9.2 backport)

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  • branches/2.2.10/mindi/README.pxe

    r2382 r2499  
    1111label mondo
    1212        kernel vmlinuz-mondo
    13         append initrd=initrd-mondo load_ramdisk=1 prompt_ramdisk=0 ramdisk_size=131072 rw root=/dev/ram iso acpi=off apm=off devfs=nomount exec-shield=0 pxe [proto=nfs|sshfs] [prefix=machine] [ipconf=(ipdev:ipadr:netmask:broadcast:gateway|ipdev:dhcp)] [netfsmount=server:mountpoint] [netfspath=local_path] [ping=#] ...
     13        append initrd=initrd-mondo load_ramdisk=1 prompt_ramdisk=0 ramdisk_size=131072 rw root=/dev/ram iso acpi=off apm=off devfs=nomount exec-shield=0 pxe [proto=nfs|sshfs] [prefix=machine] [ipconf=(ipdev:ipadr:netmask:broadcast:gateway|ipdev:dhcp)] [netfsmount=server:mountpoint] [netfsopt=-o option][netfspath=local_path] [ping=#] ...
    1414
    1515ipdev is the device name (e.g. eth2)
     
    2323mountpoint is the mount point on the Remote Network server to use (if NFS, should be in /etc/exports of the NFS server)
    2424netfsmount is the server and mountpoint on which the ISO is available, if different from the one at backup time. For SSHFS the server part can be of the form user@server.
     25netfsopt may contains options passed to the mount command
    2526netfspath is the local path on the remote server where the image is located, if different from the one at backup time.
    2627local_path is the local directory under which the mage was made (with the -d option)
     
    4950Please report any problem around that tool to bruno@mondorescue.org
    5051
     522009-12-05 nfsopt added tp allow for custom options at mount time
    51532009-09-09 Changed to netfs for multi protocol support (nfs, sshfs, ...)
    52542009-05-07 nfspath added to allow redeployment from another NFS directory
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