IC-OS Installation - UEFI Configuration - Gen1 Supermicro

From Internet Computer Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

1. UEFI - Enter Setup

  1. Reboot or power on the server.
  2. Watch for the screen with the Supermicro logo and boot options underneath it. Press DEL (delete) a couple of times, once the options are listed.
    screenshot
  3. If your option is recognized by the system, it will say: Entering Setup…
    screenshot

2. UEFI - Advanced Settings

  1. Change to the Advanced menu. Then select Boot Feature and press enter
    screenshot
  2. Set Wait For "F1" If Error to Disabled ; press ESC (escape) to return to previous menu
    screenshot
  3. Select ACPI Settings and press enter
    screenshot
  4. Set PCI AER Support to Enabled ; set NUMA Nodes Per Socket to NPS0 ; press ESC (escape) to return to previous menu
    screenshot
  5. Select CPU Configuration and press enter
    screenshot
  6. Set SMEE to Enabled; press ESC (escape) to return to previous menu
    screenshot
  7. Select NB Configuration and press enter
    screenshot
  8. Set 4-link xGMI max speed to Auto; press ESC (escape) to return to previous menu
    screenshot
  9. Select PCIe/PCI/PnP Configuration and press enter
    screenshot
    • Set SR-IOV Support to Enabled; Set NVMe Firmware Source to AMI Native Support; Set M.2 (ACPI) Firmware Source to AMI Native Support; Press ESC (escape) to return to previous menu
    screenshot

3. UEFI - Boot Settings

  1. Change to the Boot menu; Set Boot Mode Select to UEFI
    screenshot
    • Change to Save & Exit menu, then select Save Changes and Reset and press enter
    screenshot
  2. Select Yes and press enter. The system will now reboot. Please do not unplug the IC-OS USB stick at this point.
    screenshot

4. Booting the USB image

Please remember to check the Possible Node Onboarding Errors page if you encounter any errors onboarding.

  1. Watch for the screen with the Supermicro logo and boot options underneath it. Press F11 a couple of times, once the options are listed.
    screenshot
  2. If your option is recognized by the system, it should be saying Invoking Boot Menu
    screenshot
  3. In the Boot Menu, select the first partition on the USB device and press enter
    screenshot


Return to the Installation Runbook