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Grayh
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OS Installation

insf: Installing special files for esdisk instance 8 address 64000/0xfa00/0x2
insf: Installing special files for esdisk instance 9 address 64000/0xfa00/0x3
insf: Installing special files for esdisk instance 10 address 64000/0xfa00/0x4
insf: Installing special files for esdisk instance 11 address 64000/0xfa00/0x5
insf: Installing special files for pseudo driver dlpi
insf: Installing special files for pseudo driver kepd
insf: Installing special files for pseudo driver framebuf
insf: Installing special files for pseudo driver sad
* Constructing the bootconf file.
* Setting primary boot path to "/dev/rdisk/disk9".
Primary boot path set to 1/0/2/1/0.0x8.0x0 (/dev/rdisk/disk9)
* Starting install of the source (HP-UX Core Software).
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How does the system detecet the Primary boot path .... Does it set automatically to something... or can i specify from where to take it from...
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Sunny123_1
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Re: OS Installation

Hi

It will take disk in which you are installing the OS.


Regards
Sunny
Grayh
Trusted Contributor

Re: OS Installation

How will it choose the disk...

while installing the OS from efi I only take the FS1: which is a dvd rom and say Install...

Is there a way I can choose the disk to which the OS has to be installed
Sunny123_1
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Re: OS Installation

Hi

In advance installation you will get this.


Regards
Sunny
Grayh
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Re: OS Installation

http://docs.hp.com/en/5992-5795/ch05s03.html#chdcifji

I follow this process as I have an Itanium machine:-
Booting Your Itanium-based System

Now where do I get this advance Installation
Turgay Cavdar
Honored Contributor

Re: OS Installation

In the process you are following there is Task 2: Selecting Your Installation Type. Here you have to select "User Interface Options" as "Advanced Installation". After selecting this you will see configuration options for your installation. In the "Root Disk" filed you can set your boot disk.
Grayh
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Re: OS Installation

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