Error While parsing Kickstart configuration

I am trying to install RHEL5.7 on VM, I am getting following error while performing installation.

"The Following error was found while parsing your kickstart configuration

The following problem occurred on line 3 of the kickstart file:

option --size: Invalid integer value:''"

Pls find the snapshot.
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can you paste the section of kickstart that has the option
sudhirgoogleAuthor Commented:
i have already attached ks.cfg.txt file
sorry missed that.
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Try getting rid of = sign

part / --fstype ext3 --size=5000
Instead use

part / --fstype ext3 --size 5000
sudhirgoogleAuthor Commented:
Hello Farzani,

Thanks your help, but unfortunately it didn't work. Actually the same kickstart file perfectly works fine on physical box, the kick-start file didn't work only on the VMs.

Here is the workaround i followed.

I formatted VM harddisk by installing complete RHEL5 OS and then i started Kickstart installation and it was successful.

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sudhirgoogleAuthor Commented:
I was not able to find the reason why the kickstart file didn't work on VM disks. so the workaround i posted helped me to proceed further.
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