This issue is related to my Cisco C240M3 server which is in UCS Domain Mode. I was able to install Ubuntu 12.04 on one of the Virtual Disks I set up on it's MegaRAID controller, but I am unable to boot from my virtual disks. The local disks are completely invisable to the BIOS and are not recogized as a boot option.
I did some digging in the bios setup screen, and found that all PCIe Slots option is disabled. I was able to boot from my disks in standalone mode, but I am unable to boot now that I'm in UCS Domain Mode. I can't change this option from disabled to enabled, it's grayed out.
Below is a screen shot of my bios screen
I'm running these Versions(click on image):
Can anyone provide any guidence to why this is happening?
Hey, wdey. I created a RAID 0 Striped virutal volume using the LSI utility. Below is a screanshot of how UCS Manager views the disks:
It looks like vd-0 has is indeed bootable.
Oddly enough, the server does not let me access the LSI utility anymore. It boots directly into the EFI Shell without giving me any details about the virtual disks and RAID controller. I'm going to try disabling the EFI shell as a boot option to see if that gives me access to the LSI utility.
Here is a screen shot of the acutal boot order of the C240M3 server as how the UCS Manager views it.
Any ideas? I all I have been doing is following the Cisco UCS C-Series Integration with Cisco UCS Manager guide.
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