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[Solved] Add hardware in virt-install command

Hi,

Again a question about virt-install.

Someone knows how to add hardware in the virt-install command?
I put the first disk with --disks path=/.... but I need a second disk and I don't know how to include it?

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You should be able to use multiple --disk options.
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I have not thought about it but it's running...

thanks a lot for your help!
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