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Fix: Loading module ipmi_si_drv esxi 6.0
Xử lý lỗi Loading ipmi trên VMware ESXi
fix VmWare ESXi boot stuck at ‘loading ipmi_si_drv’
Fix: loading module ipmi_si_drv esxi 6.0
HowTo: troubleshoot and fix VmWare ESXi boot stuck at ‘loading ipmi_si_drv’
Step 1: Restart your machine. Its always good to go for the ‘when-nothing-works-try-this’ solution
Step 2: Be very quick and sharp about this step as it needs to be done in matter of seconds.
The moment you see a black screen with progress bar saying LOADING HYPERVISOR , enter SHIFT + o (the letter, not the number) instantly.
`shift + o’ is a directive to boot options of ESXi hypervisor.
Step 3: Now that you are on an interactive boot shell of ESXi, enter this command :
That will tell ESXi boot not to load ipmi drivers for next reboot.
* Careful, this you will need to do at every reboot of your machine
Step 4: now hit enter and and let it go through the booting process.
Step 5: watch without any panic , the ESXi now should load all modules except ipmi and there you are at login screen.
First try setting IPMI to Shared in BIOS, if the option is available. When booting your installation media,
press Shift O to display the boot arguments and add noipmiEnabled to the boot arguments. Remember to do the same once the installation/upgrade is complete. Manually turn off or remove the module by turning the option VMkernel.Boot.ipmiEnabled off in vSphere or using the commands below:
# Do a dry run first:
esxcli software vib remove –dry-run –vibname ipmi-ipmi-si-drv
# Remove the module:
esxcli software vib remove –vibname ipmi-ipmi-si-drv
or try the following command in an unsupported shell connection:
esxcfg-module -d ipmi_si_drv
This disables the module although it still gets loaded.
Use a -l argument to see what modules are enabled/loaded and check that your desired one is disabled. This appears to be persistent across a reboot.
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