Let's call this github-sync4.dmz.scl3.mozilla.com, any standard spare seamicro. Once it's online, let's puppetize with the same user/classes as the others.
This needs kind of a lot of inodes. Anything we can do to bump up from the default?
This is done and ready. For future reference, there are a couple of ways out there for increasing inodes at kickstart time such as --bytes-per-inode and even running sed against /etc/mke2fs.conf, none of which work. The only thing I could get working was making the filesystem in advance with systemrescuecd/mkfs, then telling kickstart to use it without formatting it (clearpart --none, a few --onpart's and a --noformat).
looks good - Thanks!