Source code for pykickstart.commands.reqpart

# Chris Lumens <>
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from pykickstart.version import F23
from pykickstart.base import KickstartCommand
from pykickstart.options import KSOptionParser

[docs]class F23_ReqPart(KickstartCommand): removedKeywords = KickstartCommand.removedKeywords removedAttrs = KickstartCommand.removedAttrs conflictingCommands = ["autopart", "mount"] def __init__(self, writePriority=100, *args, **kwargs): KickstartCommand.__init__(self, writePriority, *args, **kwargs) self.reqpart = kwargs.get("reqpart", False) self.addBoot = kwargs.get("addBoot", False) self.op = self._getParser() def _getArgsAsStr(self): retval = "" if self.addBoot: retval += " --add-boot" return retval def __str__(self): retval = KickstartCommand.__str__(self) if self.reqpart: retval += "reqpart%s\n" % self._getArgsAsStr() return retval def _getParser(self): op = KSOptionParser(prog="reqpart", description=""" Automatically create partitions required by your hardware platform. These include a ``/boot/efi`` for x86_64 and Aarch64 systems with UEFI firmware, ``biosboot`` for x86_64 systems with BIOS firmware and GPT, and ``PRePBoot`` for IBM Power Systems. Note: This command can not be used together with ``autopart``, because ``autopart`` does the same and creates other partitions or logical volumes such as ``/`` and ``swap`` on top. In contrast with ``autopart``, this command only creates platform-specific partitions and leaves the rest of the drive empty, allowing you to create a custom layout.""", version=F23, conflicts=self.conflictingCommands) op.add_argument("--add-boot", action="store_true", version=F23, dest="addBoot", default=False, help=""" Create a separate ``/boot`` partition in addition to the platform-specific partition created by the base command. """) return op
[docs] def parse(self, args): ns = self.op.parse_args(args=args, lineno=self.lineno) self.set_to_self(ns) self.reqpart = True return self
[docs]class RHEL7_ReqPart(F23_ReqPart): pass