PReP partition has 16 MB of size
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PReP-BOOT : Unable to load full PReP image. Loaded fb8000 out of fffe00 bytes.
PReP partition has 16 MB of size.
Boot the partition to the Restricted Open Firmware Prompt and run the following commands, which will change the NVRAM variable and then reboot the partition.
set_nvram_realbase 2000000 reset_partition
load-base = 0x4000 real-base = 0xc00000
With the current configuration, there is not enough room to load the 16MiB (0xfffe00 bytes) of PReP image.
The reason the PReP partition has 16 MiB is because the device reports an optimal IO size of 16 MiB. And YaST tries by default to produce fully aligned partitions.
Note: Re-partitioning during Installation or in Rescue mode is not possible, even forcing PReP with 8 MB of size doesn't fix the non-booting issue.
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- Creation Date: 04-Jan-2022
- Modified Date:04-Jan-2022
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