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System does not boot due to UEFI memory space full (Doc ID 2643967.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Server X7-2 for Communications - Version All Versions and later
Oracle Server X7-2 - Version All Versions and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

System does not boot up when both cards (Oracle Quad 10 Gb or Dual 40 Gb Ethernet Adapter) are installed in the system and all the network ports are present in the boot list.

Changes

Added 2 x Oracle Quad 10 Gb or Dual 40 Gb Ethernet Adapter PCI cards and all the network ports are active in the boot list.

/SP/bootlist
Targets:

Properties:
bootdev = (none)
dev1 = NET0:PXE IP4 Intel(R) I210 Gigabit Network Connection
dev2 = NET1:PXE IP4 Oracle Dual Port 10GBase-T Ethernet Controller
dev3 = NET2:PXE IP4 Oracle Dual Port 10GBase-T Ethernet Controller
dev0 = Oracle Linux
dev13 = Oracle Linux (grubx64.efi)
dev14 = Oracle Linux (shim.efi)
dev15 = PCIE1:PXE IP4 Oracle 10 Gb/40 Gb Ethernet Adapter
dev16 = PCIE1:PXE IP4 Oracle 10 Gb/40 Gb Ethernet Adapter
dev17 = PCIE1:PXE IP4 Oracle 10 Gb/40 Gb Ethernet Adapter
dev18 = PCIE1:PXE IP4 Oracle 10 Gb/40 Gb Ethernet Adapter
dev19 = PCIE2:PXE IP4 Oracle 10 Gb/40 Gb Ethernet Adapter
dev20 = PCIE2:PXE IP4 Oracle 10 Gb/40 Gb Ethernet Adapter
dev21 = PCIE2:PXE IP4 Oracle 10 Gb/40 Gb Ethernet Adapter
dev22 = PCIE2:PXE IP4 Oracle 10 Gb/40 Gb Ethernet Adapter

Cause

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