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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0014443||CentOS-7||-OTHER||public||2018-02-01 00:12||2018-02-12 18:27|
|Platform||X86_64||OS||CentOS 7.4||OS Version||7.4|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0014443: UEFI - OS Boot entry did not re-created after restoring BIOS default (HPE Proliant server)|
|Description||OS boot entry does not get re-created when the server BIOS setting is restored to default. The behavior is not seen with RHEL7.4|
HPE Server : ProLiant m510 Server Cartridge
System ROM H05 v1.60 (11/30/2017)
OS : CentOS 7.4
BIOS - UEFI
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Install Cent OS 7.4 with server UEFI BIOS|
2. After Successful OS installation, allow the OS to boot and come up.
3. Reboot the OS and press F9 to access the BIOS.
4. Restore the BIOS setting to default (refer to the attachment)
5. Save the change and allow the server to go for reboot.
This time the OS will not come up and report an error as shown in the Fig2.0 in the attachment. (Please refer to the attachment)
The "CentOS" boot entry is deleted which is expected as the BIOS settings were restored to default as per the above step#4. However, the CentOS7.4 OS should have booted from the hard drive and re-created the "CentOS" boot entry.
This behavior is not seen with RHEL7.4, the boot entry gets re-created and OS comes up fine.
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Additional info why the boot fails :
|Any update on this issue ?|
|2018-02-01 00:12||ashutosh_p||New Issue|
|2018-02-01 00:12||ashutosh_p||File Added: CentOS7_4_boot_entry.docx|
|2018-02-01 20:34||ashutosh_p||Note Added: 0031145|
|2018-02-12 18:27||ashutosh_p||Note Added: 0031216|