EFI, UEFI, PXE: FreeBSD-12.1-RELEASE-amd64-bootonly.iso boot from SAN device failed, error 0x7f22208e
vas at sibptus.ru
Fri Dec 25 15:21:47 UTC 2020
Rick Miller wrote:
> > I've never thought I will have to build a kernel with an MFS image
> > within (outside of NanoBSD). How are you going to boot this kernel from
> > iPXE? Put it on an ISO image and sanboot the ISO?
> Yes. That is precisely how it is accomplished.
> Is it not possible to fetch a GENERIC kernel by loader.efi, then fetch
> > an MFSROOT image as a separate file? This is the way I did the job
> > during the pxelinux (old BIOS based netboot) times.
> It seems you refer to loading a kernel and separate ramdisk or initrd. I've
> heard it rumored there could be preliminary experimental code to accomplish
> this, but don't have any evidence.
It works very well in the old pxeboot environment:
1. Place kernel as /tftpboot/boot/kernel/kernel.gz
2. Place mfsroot as /tftpboot/mfsroot.gz
3. Configure pxelinux.0 to chainload /pxeboot from TFTP.
4. pxeboot loads the kernel and mfsroot.
To accomplish (4), I have the following lines in /tftpboot/boot/loader.conf:
All this however has become obsolete with the introduction of UEFI.
Victor Sudakov, VAS4-RIPE, VAS47-RIPN
2:5005/49 at fidonet http://vas.tomsk.ru/
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