Installation media does not respect the setup values

VitalPBX Community Support General Discussion Installation media does not respect the setup values

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    Ofloo
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    Standard should be ext4, .. since xfs is not supported by bhyve I install at all.


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    Partition Scheme Options

    [x] 1) Standard Partition

    [ ] 2) Btrfs

    [ ] 3) LVM

    [ ] 4) LVM Thin Provisioning

    Select a partition scheme configuration.

    Please make your choice from above ['q' to quit | 'c' to continue |
    'r' to refresh]: c
    Generating updated storage configuration
    Checking storage configuration...

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    Installation

    1) [x] Language settings 2) [x] Time settings
    (English (United States)) (Europe/Brussels timezone)
    3) [x] Installation source 4) [x] Software selection
    (Local media) (Minimal Install)
    5) [x] Installation Destination 6) [x] Kdump
    (Automatic partitioning (Kdump is enabled)
    selected) 8) [x] Root password
    7) [ ] Network configuration (Password is set.)
    (Not connected)
    9) [x] User creation
    (Administrator ofloo will be
    created)
    Please make your choice from above ['q' to quit | 'b' to begin installation |
    'r' to refresh]: b
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    Progress
    Setting up the installation environment
    .
    Creating disklabel on /dev/vda
    .
    Creating swap on /dev/vda2
    .
    Creating xfs on /dev/vda3
    .
    Creating xfs on /dev/vda1
    .
    Running pre-installation scripts
    .
    Starting package installation process
    Preparing transaction from installation source
    Installing libgcc (1/293)
    Installing grub2-common (2/293)
    Installing centos-release (3/293)
    Installing setup (4/293)
    Installing filesystem (5/293)
    Installing basesystem (6/293)
    Installing grub2-pc-modules (7/293)
    Installing bind-license (8/293)
    Installing ncurses-base (9/293)
    Installing tzdata (10/293)
    Installing nss-softokn-freebl (11/293)
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    Ofloo
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    Maybe I spoke to soon seems like xfs is standard so the only way to install it under bhyve on freebsd is to run

    loader="grub"
    cpu=2
    memory=1G
    network0_type="virtio-net"
    network0_switch="phone"
    disk0_type="virtio-blk"
    disk0_name="disk0"
    disk0_dev="sparse-zvol"
    grub_run_partition="msdos1"
    grub_run_dir="/grub2"
    grub_install0="linux (cd0,msdos1)/vmlinuz LANG=nl_BE.UTF-8 KEYTABLE=be SYSFONT=latarcyrheb-sun16 console=ttyS0 inst.gpt inst.vnc inst.vncpassword=password resolution=1366x768"
    grub_install1="initrd (cd0,msdos1)/initrd.img"

     

    connect to it using xtightvncviewer ip:1 in my case, you’ll get the gui installer over vnc and only then you’ll be able to select ext4

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    Ofloo
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    grub_run_partition="msdos1"

    changed into

    grub_run_partition="gpt2"
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    Ofloo
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    Strange after the installation only centos seems installed nothing is running on port80 nor port443

     

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    Rodrigo Cuadra
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    Wait a couple of minutes after instalation finish

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