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Unable to boot after NVRAMN reset

 
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Unable to boot after NVRAMN reset

Hello
I have performed an NVRAM reset on my DL380 Gen10
After the reset the server cant boot the Linux OS. Linux starts in some recovery mode / troubleshoot mode.
-Is it possible to restore the boot config from the uefi shell? mabye by running some bcfg commands?

when i run bcfg driver dump i get: no options

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Re: Unable to boot after NVRAMN reset

Hello,

Please share the below-required information to isolating the issue.

1. Is the server completed the POST?

2..If the server is not completing the POST, share the POTS error massages.

3. Share the POST error snapshot for isolating the issue.?

4. Contact to OS vendor, if the server is going to OS.

5. Follow the below link I hope it will help you.

https://docstore.mik.ua/manuals/hp-ux/en/5991-1247B/ch05s23.html#:~:text=The%20bcfg%20command%20include%20the,from%20the%20boot%20options%20list.

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Re: Unable to boot after NVRAMN reset

You probably need to re-create the boot entry after pressing F9 during POST.

Hope this helps!
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Re: Unable to boot after NVRAMN reset

Hi 
Thanks for info, you pointed me in the right direction.
I used the rbsu GUI to add a boot option efi/red/grubx64

After that the boot succeded!