I have been setting up machines with Kickstart on CentOS and I am unsure about the differences between the
%post sections of the kickstart
The CentOS Documentation for the Pre-Installation Script states:
You can add commands to run on the system immediately after the ks.cfg has been parsed.
While the section for the Post-Installation Script states:
You have the option of adding commands to run on the system once the installation is complete.
After also reading this question, i notice that the
%pre section does not seem to have access to the file system in some way.
My question(s) are:
- What are the differences between
%postsections of a kickstart script in CentOS?
- Is the
%presection run concurrently with the kickstart script (after parsing)?
- Is there persistent storage available during the
%presection of the kickstart script?