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boot order settings in server profile template?

I have four DL560 G10s running esxi 6.7.  When editing the BIOS settings in the server profile template, I don't see any option to define the boot order.  I see:

  • Boot Time Optimizations
  • Boot Options
  • Network Boot Options
  • Pre-Boot Network Settings

None of which appear to have any boot order controls.  Is this not available in the template?

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Re: boot order settings in server profile template?

Hi BradV

Can you please try creating a new server profile template and check for the DL servers.

Attaching HPE OneView Deployment and Management Guide Version 4.2 below for your refernce.

https://h20628.www2.hp.com/km-ext/kmcsdirect/emr_na-a00064085en_us-1.pdf

cheers.

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Re: boot order settings in server profile template?

I did.  There is no boot order that I can find.  If one manually goes into the BIOS settings, it can be found at:

F9 (System Utilities) -> System Configuration -> BIOS/Platform Configuration (RBSU) -> Boot Options -> UEFI Boot Settings -> UEFI Boot Order 

I can't find that in the BIOS settings through OneView.

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Re: boot order settings in server profile template?

For a G10, in the BIOS settings, I see:

  1. Other
  2. Boot Time Optimizations
  3. Serial Port Options
  4. BIOS Serial Console and EMS
  5. USB Options
  6. Server Availability
  7. Server Asset Information
  8. Server Information
  9. Administrator Information
  10. Diagnostic Options
  11. Processor Options
  12. Memory Options
  13. Persistent Memory Options
  14. Goal Configuration Options
  15. Security Options
  16. Santize Options
  17. Performance Options
  18. Advanced Options
  19. Virtualization Options
  20. Boot Options
    1. Setup Browser Selection
    2. Boot Order Policy
    3. Network Boot Options
      1. Network Boot Retry Support
      2. Network Boot Retry Count
      3. HTTP Support
    4. PCIe Slot Network Boot
      1. ... (not going to list them all)
    5. Pre-Boot Network Settings
      1. Pre-Boot Network Interface
      2. Pre-Boot Network Proxy
      3. DHCPv4
      4. IPV4 Address
      5. IPV4 Subnet Mask
      6. IPV4 Gateway
      7. IPV4 Primary DNS
      8. IPV4 Secondary DNS
      9. IPV4 Config Policy
      10. IPV6 ...
      11. Boot from URL ...
  21. Storage Options
  22. Power and Performance Options
  23. Embedded UEFI Shell
  24. Sever Security
  25. Advanced Options
  26. Date and Time

There is nothing about UEFI Boot Settings