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IPXE sanboot to NVME disk
2019-03-20, 17:05
Post: #1
IPXE sanboot to NVME disk
Hi,

I am using legacy boot which is being deployed using IPXE.
I can currently boot perfectly into devices with sda disks from IPXE using
sanboot --no-describe 0x80
However, this same command does not work for booting nvme disks form IPXE.
Looking up on IPXE documentations did not give any information on this.

Any help or suggestions will be appreciated.

Thank you.
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2019-03-20, 18:19
Post: #2
RE: IPXE sanboot to NVME disk
use exit, and let your bios handle the boot of next device.
However NVMe, I have not seen any BIOS implementation that allows to boot on NVMe, I think EFI is required.
You should make sure that your NVMe disk can be booted by the BIOS, without first starting iPXE.

If you want to do this in EFI space instead, use exit 1

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Did you include relevant ipxe.org error urls?
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