• Bare Metal Server

bms
  1. Help Center
  2. Bare Metal Server
  3. Private Image Creation Guide (BMS)
  4. Creating a Linux Image
  5. Installing an OS on the VM
  6. SUSE 12

SUSE 12

  1. Click Expert Partitioner before you start partitioning the disk.
  2. Select and right-click default partitions shown in the following figure and select Delete.

  3. Partition the disk based on service requirements. The following is an example.
    1. In the navigation pane on the left, choose Hard Disks and click Add Partition.
    2. Select Primary Partition and click Next.
    3. Set the value of Size to 500 MiB (for example) or based on service requirements and configure Custom Region.
    4. Select Operating System for Role and click Next.
    5. Set File System and Mount Point. Then click Finish.

      The boot partition is created.

  4. If the swap and root volumes both use the LVM mode, perform the following operations to create volumes:
    1. In the navigation pane on the left, choose Hard Disks and click Add Partition.
    2. Select Primary Partition and click Next.
    3. Select Custom Size, enter 19.50 GB for Size, and click Next.
    4. Select Operating System for Role and click Next.
    5. Set Formatting Options and click Finish.

    6. In the navigation pane on the left, choose Volume Management, click Add, and select Volume Group.
    7. Set parameters and click Add to add available physical volumes to the Selected Physical Volumes area.

      After configuration, click Finish.

    8. In the navigation pane on the left, choose Volume Management, click Add, and select Logical Volume.
    9. Set the logical volume name to swap and size to 5 GiB.
    10. Select Operating System for Role.
    11. Set Formatting Options and Mounting Options, then click Finish.
    12. Create the root volume in the similar way as the swap volume. Set the logical volume name to root and size to 14.50 GiB.

      Set Formatting Options and Mounting Options, then click Finish.

      Check the partitions and volumes.

      The partitions and volumes are created successfully. Click Next to install the OS as prompted.