PXE and TFTP server setup and troubleshooting tips
Use the following information to resolve issues you may encounter while setting up PXE/TFTP servers:
Running the configurator on a PXE server
If you are upgrading your BMC Server Automation components and need to run the configurator utility (as described in Migrating the database and persisting configuration data to the database) before upgrading the PXE server, ensure that Network Shell (NSH) is installed on the PXE server.
Setting debug logging for PXE and TFTP servers
To access more information about problems with PXE and TFTP servers, you can set the logging level for those servers to the debug level.
To set logging levels on the PXE server
In a text editor, open the log4j.propertiesfile. The file is located at:
- For each property for which you want to log debugging information, change the value to
To set logging levels on the TFTP server
In a text editor, open the tftpsvr.cffile. The file is located in:
- For each property for which you want to gather debugging information, change the value to