NAME

rsetboot - Sets the boot device to be used for BMC-based servers for the next boot only.


SYNOPSIS

rsetboot noderange {hd|net|cd|default|stat}

rsetboot [-h|--help|-v|--version]


DESCRIPTION

rsetboot sets the boot media that should be used on the next boot of the specified nodes. After the nodes are booted with the specified device (e.g. via rpower(1)), the nodes will return to using the default boot device specified in the BIOS. Currently this command is only supported for IPMI nodes.


OPTIONS

hd

Boot from the hard disk.

net

Boot over the network, using a PXE or BOOTP broadcast.

cd

Boot from the CD or DVD drive.

def|default

Boot using the default set in BIOS.

stat

Display the current boot setting.


EXAMPLES

  1. Set nodes 1 and 3 to boot from the network on the next boot:

     rsetboot node1,node3 net
  2. Display the next-boot value for nodes 14-56 and 70-203:

     rsetboot node[14-56],node[70-203] stat
  3. Restore the next-boot value for these nodes back to their default set in the BIOS:

     rsetboot node1,node3,node[14-56],node[70-203] default


SEE ALSO

rbootseq(1)