[ironic] IPA image does not want to boot with UEFI
vuk.gojnic at gmail.com
Wed May 12 18:09:56 UTC 2021
Thanks for additional tipps. When investigating the initrd I have
noticed that the most of the space goes on firmware and
modules/drivers. If we notice something not working with TinyIPA we
can probably cherry-pick the modules that we need and leave everything
else out and that way get smaller image.
I have another question though - do you know how could we make
Kernel/Grub accept to boot large initrd? How are other folks doing it?
I assume not everybody is just using TinyIPA for production...
On Wed, May 12, 2021 at 5:36 PM Dmitry Tantsur <dtantsur at redhat.com> wrote:
> I'm glad that it worked for you!
> Before others follow your advice: the difference in size in DIB builds and tinyIPA is mostly because of firmware and kernel modules. If tinyIPA does not work for you or behaves in a weird way (no disks detected, some NICs not detected), then you're stuck with DIB builds.
> Vuk, there is one more option you could exercise. IPA-builder supports an --lzma flag to pack the initramfs with a more efficient algorithm: https://opendev.org/openstack/ironic-python-agent-builder/src/branch/master/ironic_python_agent_builder/__init__.py#L56.
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