EFI, UEFI, PXE: FreeBSD-12.1-RELEASE-amd64-bootonly.iso boot from SAN device failed, error 0x7f22208e
dave at jetcafe.org
Tue Dec 29 03:13:10 UTC 2020
On Tue, 29 Dec 2020 09:27:14 +0700
Victor Sudakov <vas at sibptus.ru> wrote:
> Was this happening over network (PXE boot) or from a physical medium
> like USB drive/CD-ROM ?
Actually both. However, this thread implied that the mfsBSD/ramdisk techniques
did not work, and I wanted to provide a datapoint to the contrary.
We have one installation which gets the ISO image over FTP and boots from that,
but it's probably not grabbing two separate images using loader.efi like you
> Your phrase 'using a "Live DVD"' probably means a local medium, then I
> don't understand why you had to modify anything. IMHO the standard "Live
> DVD" works fine under UEFI without any modifications?
Perhaps it works. I've been maintaining a DVD build longer than that Live DVD
has existed, so I have a set methodology to boot from a DVD. Hence I have never
really tried the Live DVD as a long term solution to booting servers
which are relatively immune to rootkits.
Dave Hayes - Consultant - LA CA, USA - dave at dream-tech.com
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