When RAIDs are used, metafiles are stored on the hard disks. This can result in a new installation not being able to run correctly and the operating system installer waits for manual input.
Using the "Pre-run NOC-PS Profile" function, another NOC-PS profile can be executed before the actual operating system installation.

The following should be noted:

How to enable the option

Click on "Addons" → "NOC-PS For WHMCS" → "Settings". On the settings page you will find the setting "Pre-run NOC-PS Profile".
Select the desired NOC-PS profile in the dropdown. Further steps are not necessary.

Example NOC-PS Profile

As mentioned above, the use of the standard NOC-PS profile is not recommended.

We have prepared the following example, which only overwrites the first few MB on each disk and additionally executes wipefs.
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General settings:

PXE script:

kernel http://$server/proxy.php/isolinux/rescue64 dodhcp rootpass=$rootpassword vncserver=1:$rootpassword boothttp=http://$server/proxy.php/sysrcd.dat setkmap=us ar_source=http://$server/kickstart.php/sysrcd?f= autoruns=no ar_nowait
initrd http://$server/proxy.php/isolinux/initram.igz


for i in $(lshw -class disk -class tape | grep 'logical name' | awk '{ print $NF }' | grep 'sd\|nvm'); do
    timeout 10 dd if=/dev/zero of=$i bs=20M count=1 &

sleep 15

for i in $(lshw -class disk -class tape | grep 'logical name' | awk '{ print $NF }' | grep 'sd\|nvm'); do
    wipefs -a -f $i


You can customize the commands as you like.