[CentOS] PXEBoot/Diskless client NFS issue

Sun Jan 27 20:15:00 UTC 2019
John Cole <john.cole.nh at gmail.com>

Thanks for the suggestion I did eliminate the second nic altogether and it
didn't seem to make a difference

I'm guessing this is easily replicated for others... what I'm most unsure
of is why the dhcp conversation isn't "normal" -- is it a NetworkManager
conversation in the shipping image or an ISC client that runs?  I'm just
not experienced with how the in-memory image is built... I can investigate
there if somebody can give me a clue on the image generation...

Appreciate it!

On Fri, Jan 25, 2019, 4:00 PM James Pearson <james-p at moving-picture.com

> John Cole wrote:
> >
> > Once I've got this particular problem solved, I'm looking to boot up and
> > bond BOTH NICs together, something I know should be possible, but I've
> not
> >done myself yet.   I believe that'd be handled in the append line as well.
> If your diskless client has 2 NICs - could that be confusing things?
> You could try adding the line:
> to your PXE config file - this will append the MAC address of the PXEboot
> NIC as an option to the boot cmdline to be used by dhclient when the OS
> boots
> No idea if this is the issue here ...
> James Pearson
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