Local boot in uefi mode could not boot the user image(partition) when deployed with fedora deploy image

Bug #1565619 reported by vmud213
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ironic-python-agent
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High
vmud213

Bug Description

When fedora distro is used as the deploy image, local boot in uefi mode could not boot the partition user image. Following is error is shown on the console:

No bootable devices were detected.
Please attach a UEFI bootable device.

For access via BIOS Serial Console:
Press 'ESC+9' for System Utilities
Press 'ESC+0' for Intelligent Provisioning
Press 'ESC+!' for One-Time Boot Menu
Press 'ESC+@' for Network Boot

System will automatically retry the UEFI Boot Order in 1 seconds.
>> Booting Embedded LOM 1 Port 1 : HP Ethernet 1Gb 4-port 331i Adapter - NIC (PXE IPv4)

>> Booting PXE over IPv4.
  PXE-E18: Server response timeout.
>> Booting Embedded LOM 1 Port 1 : HP Ethernet 1Gb 4-port 331i Adapter - NIC (PXE IPv6)
>> Booting PXE over IPv6.
  PXE-E16: No offer received.

No bootable devices were detected.
Please attach a UEFI bootable device.

vmud213 (vmud213)
Changed in ironic-python-agent:
assignee: nobody → vmud213 (vmud213)
vmud213 (vmud213)
Changed in ironic-python-agent:
status: New → In Progress
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OpenStack Infra (hudson-openstack) wrote : Fix proposed to ironic-python-agent (master)

Fix proposed to branch: master
Review: https://review.openstack.org/302143

Dmitry Tantsur (divius)
Changed in ironic-python-agent:
importance: Undecided → High
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Jay Faulkner (jason-oldos) wrote :

How do we define a supported ramdisk? I question if an upstream bug in Fedora 22 should actually extend to being an IPA bug, especially when the fix is a distro-specific workaround.

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Jay Faulkner (jason-oldos) wrote :

To be clear; I'm fully in support of supporting Fedora; just with it not being tested whatsoever today I'm not sure we should consider it supported. Additionally, IPA has no distro-specific code AFAIK and especially none for upstream bugs in distros (*inside IPA itself, not just in the ramdisk). This just seems like an infinite set of High bugs :)

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