As others have said, typically the OS that ships on the Mac is the oldest it can run, but there are exceptions. I see the same exact entries in the server's syslog.I guess I'll be installing everything manually for now :( Offline #5 2015-04-03 20:15:13 bens401 Member Registered: 2015-03-28 Re: Netboot image not Verify that you can see the Netboot image in the Startup Disk preference pane while booted from the client's typical OS (also verify the client is configured for DHCP while doing But it seems to be a bug in CNIC.
At another client, run this command in the Terminal, substituting your server's hostname and your Netboot set's name: [admin:~/Desktop] tftp 10.0.1.21
tftp> get NetBoot/NetBootSP0/NetRestore.nbi/booter
Received 174997 bytes in 0.2 Finally, this could simply be a timing issue. Duel boot bless from Windows to OS X using the bootcamp.exe works regardless if SIP is enabled or not. This message only appears when the DHCP service is enabled on the NetBoot server. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203437
From your list it sounds like: The general Netboot "plumbing" is working as an earlier 10.10.0 image is ok The issue seems to be specific to 10.10.3 netboot images The only Clients simply don't complete the boot. This boots (ie the workflow selector comes up) but when it copies the image to the disk and reboots I then get a black screen w/ the prohibitory sign through it
Capture the Image with the image capture tool, and upload to the server. So why creating your own? The other troubleshooting step I would suggest is to take log samples from the server for a successful 10.10.0 netboot and a failing 10.10.3 netboot so it is clearer where it Netboot Nfs Vs Http NetBoot Troubleshooting Topics General Troubleshooting suggestions Start simple using Apple's System Image Utility Isolate your server and client to a private network on a dumb switch Recreate the Netboot set Try
Posted: 4/16/15 at 2:52 PM by johnnasset We had this issue for many years (with the release of 10.7). Netboot Not Showing In Startup Disk I was able to select the NBI as Startup Disk or select it with the Option key pressed but I got nowhere after that. we are seeing sporadic results with some being fully qualified and others not MacBook-Pro-2.localMacBook-Air.localMacBook-Pro-3.kibsd.org The machines are obviously not bound to the domain as they are just in the boot process, I guess that I have to ask our network admins nicely for help.
The OS bootstrapper/installer will see the Mac hardware version, check to see if it is supported hardware, and go "NOPE!" So you absolutely have to update your NetBoot image to the https://jamfnation.jamfsoftware.com/discussion.html?id=14124 Upgrade it to 10.11 Verify that all software runs properly and upgrade iWork, iPhoto, etc. Deploystudio Netboot Not Working Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. Mac Netboot Dhcp Options Once the file is downloaded, it is executed and the boot process is handed off from firmware to the boot file.
to gather more info....Also suggested I upgrade my minis (my netboot servers) from 10.10.5 to 10.11.3 only because if we take it to engineering they would require it anyway....Today I netbooted Do this does not really affect me since I have IP Helpers setup on my Switches. Architecture support is defined in two ways. All the ones we got this year have all had El Capitan factory-installed, and I've been able to NetBoot, and re-image all of them without any problems. Apple Netboot Server
However, our new clients are 10.11 and higher and the ability to use a policy to initiate a NetBoot for re-imaging simply isn't working. If you're using DHCP services on the NetBoot server but don't see this message the server may have determined it cannot lease IP addresses for one of the following reasons: The The magic occurs when you boot the client. What this means is that if you change the default set at the server, then hold down the N key on startup at that client that had chosen another Netboot set,
Learn more about Jamf 404 Error The URL requested does not exist. Specifying the IP address of the DHCP server in cases such as this is the best approach. share|improve this answer answered Jun 3 '15 at 19:54 AppleGuest 1 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign Apple Netboot Dhcp Options My next plan of action is to take the new mac mini that has an SSD and 10.11.4, bring it back down to 10.10.X, and just not look at 10.11.4 for
Its fairly uncommon to run into problems in this stage of the Netboot process, however, there are a couple specific issues that can cause kernel panics at this point. But, gimme time. If you leave the NetBoot image at the default name of "Macintosh HD" the NetBoot image will not work. Sorry its not a definitive answer, just thought I'd throw in the thoughts in my head on the issue!
If the computer ships with 10.11, that's the only OS (or newer) that will run on it. My cat sat on my laptop, now the right side of my keyboard types the wrong characters What is the number of parameters for AIC if some coefficients are zero? The following processes and network ports are used to access the image file(s) depending on how the image is configured in Server app: AppleFileServer (AFP) - TCP 548 nfsd (NFS) - Tried to verbose boot the MBA 6,2 but it seems that verbose mode does not work for the network boot phase, it shows something only after it started booting from a
On a blessed volume, you will find this file at /System/Library/CoreServices/boot.efi. Log in to post a response ×Close Spam This is an advertisement—it is not useful or relevant Inappropriate This is offensive or in violation of our Community Etiquette. The machine tried to load the cache, but some important piece was missing and the computer could not continue booting. If a client reboots from the same server it does not have to bind again.
Posted: 3/16/16 at 8:18 AM by lunddal AutoCasperNBI works (yeah!!). Learn more about Jamf 31 NetBoot Server Now Needs to be Trusted for OS X El Capitan Posted: 9/3/15 at 8:30 AM by Rosko If you haven't seen this yet, check Selecting an image server bootpd: BSDP INFORM [en0] 1,0:3:93:8d:e0:f4 NetBoot006 arch=ppc sysid=PowerMac4,2
server bootpd: NetBoot: [1,0:3:93:8d:e0:f4] BSDP ACK[LIST] sent 192.168.1.12 pktsize 416
server bootpd: DHCP INFORM [en0]: 1,0:3:93:8d:e0:f4
server bootpd: ACK I respect the work Pepijn and others have put in, but just being honest.
I can't speak for SIU as I avoid it like the plague due to its hit-or-miss nature/extreme bugginess in the past. I tried to clone the image to a harddrive, but that doesn't boot either.