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snp vs snponly
2015-04-13, 23:23
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RE: snp vs snponly
As I have understood it, snp tries all SNP devices, while snponly, only tries to boot the devices it was loaded for/from, this avoids possible issues when multiple NICs are available and you only want to boot over the chained interface. On the other hand sometimes you want to load ipxe over one interface but boot some other interface. snp vs snponly gives you this coice.

If you mostly use single nic machines I would use the full ipxe.efi - since it have snp fallback support as well.

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snp vs snponly - jdd49 - 2015-03-26, 14:19
RE: snp vs snponly - NiKiZe - 2015-04-13 23:23

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