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Re: Unknown command 'else'?

From: Michael Mohr
Subject: Re: Unknown command 'else'?
Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2015 20:36:06 -0700
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We branched off iPXE mainline at commit c7051d8 (Jan 1 2014) then cherry-picked commits 73d1ff0 ("Patch to bludgeon snponly.efi back to life") and f411dce ("Clean up the restoration of snponly.efi a little bit") from the xcat repository ( We build the snponly.efi target, as the so-called "hardware-optimized" drivers in other targets appear to be quite unstable and buggy.

On 09/22/2015 04:48 PM, Steven Shiau wrote:

On 9/22/2015 PM 02:40, Michael Mohr wrote:
You might consider using iPXE to bootstrap your clients.  The iPXE UEFI
images can vary in size, but the one we use to PXE boot nodes over IPv6
is just over 120kb.  iPXE can chain load a secondary UEFI binary over
any protocol (HTTP, FTP, etc) if support is built into the UEFI image.
This is scalable to 3000+ nodes booting simultaneously.

Thanks for this suggestion. Could you please tell me which build of iPXE do you use?


Michael Mohr
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Hyve Solutions
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