Im trying to wipe out the gpt in /dev/sdb using the below autoyast xml but retain /dev/sda configuration. The GPT in /dev/sdb is getting wiped out but autoyast automatically creates a primary and a swap partition and tried to mount primary partition (/dev/sdb1) to / which creates an error. Is there any way I can simple wipe the GPT without creating additional partitions?

<partitioning config:type="list">
<drive>
<device>/dev/sda</device>
<partitions config:type="list">
<partition>
<create config:type="boolean">false</create>
<format config:type="boolean">true</format>
<mount>/</mount>
<partition_id config:type="integer">131</partition_id>
<filesystem config:type="symbol">ext3</filesystem>
<partition_type>primary</partition_type>
</partition>
<partition>
<create config:type="boolean">false</create>
<format config:type="boolean">true</format>
<mount>/var</mount>
<partition_id config:type="integer">131</partition_id>
<filesystem config:type="symbol">ext3</filesystem>
</partition>
<partition>
<create config:type="boolean">false</create>
<format config:type="boolean">true</format>
<mount>swap</mount>
<partition_id config:type="integer">130</partition_id>
<filesystem config:type="symbol">swap</filesystem>
</partition>
</partitions>
</drive>
<drive>
<device>/dev/sdb</device>
<initialize config:type="boolean">true</initialize>
</drive>
</partitioning>

Thanks,
Aish