Do CentOS 7 installs not automatically use a closest mirror for installing like Fedora does, or is that due to the way I’m starting the install (virt-install)?
I’m trying to find the best way to do installs using basic local media
(network install, but *without* the need to download the squashfs.img for every install) but without a full local mirror. On Fedora (25), it works fine using a local boot.iso (virt-install -l), but with CentOS 7 you then have to manually enter a repository URL.
I also tried a local kernel/pxeboot tree with LiveOS/squashfs.img
(the latter similar to Fedora’s install.img?) with no result.