UEFI Function

UEFI Function List


Key (API key parameter)

Values Available

Value set as (Default)

Contents

ProcHyperthreading
• Enable
• Disable
Enable
[Intel (R) Hyperthreading option]
In this option, user can enable logical processor cores on processors supporting Intel Hyperthreading technology thereby improving the overall performance of an application due to benefit of more processor core available.It is supported through the system BIOS.
ProcX2Apic
• Enabled
• ForceEnabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[x2APIC support]
X2APIC support allows you to get up and running faster when the OS is up and running, even with high configured core numbers. It also optimizes interrupt distribution in virtualized environments. In most cases, this option can be moved. The OS runs under load as an X2 APIC support option. Older hypervisors and operating systems may present the challenge of stopping the X2 APIC option. In addition, some hypervisors and operating systems may disable the X2 APIC other than using this option as a pre-boot coercion.
EnabledCoresPerProc

Integer value

0
Specifies the number of cores enabled on each processor socket using Intel Core Multiprocessing (CMP) technology.
EnergyEfficientTurbo
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
Controls whether the processor uses policy-based energy efficiency.
iSCSI Policy
• SoftwareInitiator
• AdapterInitiator
SoftwareInitiator
Controls the initiator used for iSCSI boot on the configured NIC port.
LLCDeadLineAllocation
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
Enabled: Set the deadline in LLC. Invalid: No LLC expiration date is set.
LlcPrefetch
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
Use this option to configure the processor's final level cache (LLC) prefetch feature. In some cases, disabling this option may improve performance. In general, enabling this option will improve performance. You can only disable this option by benchmarking your application and then seeing any improvement in the performance of your environment.
LocalRemoteThreshold
• Auto
• Low
• Medium
• High
• Disabled
Auto
Disable or set local / remote thresholds.
MemClearWarmReset
• Enabled
• Disabled
Disabled
Configure when to erase memory during a warm reset.
MemMirrorMode
• Full
• PartialOsConfig
• PartialFirst4GB
• Partial10PercentAbove4GB
• Partial20PercentAbove4GB
Full
Configure the total amount of available system memory reserved for mirroring.
MemoryControllerInterleaving
• Auto
• Disabled
Auto
Use this option to control memory controller interleaved options.
MemoryRemap
• NoAction
• Allmemory
NoAction
Use this option to remap memory that was previously disabled from the system due to a failure event such as an uncorrectable memory error. With the Remap All Memory Option, the system re-enables all memory on the system at the next boot. If you select the No Action option, the affected memory will not be available on your system.

MemPatrol Scrubbing

• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
Correct memory soft errors to reduce the occurrence of multi-bit and uncorrectable errors after a certain system run time.
MemRefreshRate
• Refreshx1
• Refreshx2
Refreshx1
Adjusts the refresh rate of the memory controller, which can affect the memory performance and fault tolerance of the server.
OpportunisticSelfRefresh
• Enabled
• Disabled
Disabled
The memory controller will enter self-refresh mode during periods of low memory usage.
ProcessorJitterControl
• Disabled
• Auto-tuned
• Manual-tuned
Auto-tuned
Processor jitter control allows customers to manage processor frequency fluctuations and implement technologies such as turbos that change frequency based on power, temperature, and active core. When configured for auto-tuning, the platform monitors frequency fluctuations and automatically adjusts to minimize fluctuations over time. When configured for manual adjustment, the customer can choose to operate the processor at a fixed frequency and statically choose between low and high frequencies. Note: In auto-tuning mode, processor C state must be disabled for proper operation. See the intelligent system tuning white paper at hpe.com/info/IST for information on how to properly disable C-state in UEFI system utilities and Linux operating systems.
ProcessorJitterControlFrequency

Integer type

0
Sets the processor jitter control frequency
ProcessorJitterControlOptimization
• OptimizedForThroughput
• OptimizedForLatency
• ZeroLatency

Zero Latency

Optimize processor jitter control
StaleAtoS
• Enabled
• Disabled
Disabled
Optimize old A to S directories
SubNumaClustering
• Enabled
• Disabled
Disabled
When enabled, sub-NUMA clustering divides the processor core, cache, and memory into multiple NUMA domains. You can enable this feature to improve the performance of NUMA-enabled and optimized workloads.
UncoreFreqScaling
• Auto
• Maximum
• Minimum
Auto
This option controls the frequency scaling of the processor's internal bus (uncore). Setting this option to Auto allows the processor to dynamically change the frequency based on the workload. Forcing to the maximum or minimum frequency allows adjustment of delay or power consumption.
DirectToUPI
• Auto
• Enabled
• Disabled
Auto
This is the setting for reducing latency due to a cache miss in Last Level Cache.
UpiPrefetcher
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
Use this option to disable the processor's UPI prefetch feature. In some cases, disabling this option may improve performance. In general, enabling this option will improve performance. You can only disable this option by benchmarking your application and then seeing any improvement in the performance of your environment. This option must be enabled if Sub-Numa Clustering (SNC) is enabled.

Workload Profile

• GeneralPowerEfficientCompute
• GeneralPeakFrequencyCompute
• GeneralThroughputCompute
• Virtualization-PowerEfficient
• Virtualization-MaxPerformance
• LowLatency
• MissionCritical
• TransactionalApplicationProcessing
• HighPerformanceCompute(HPC)
• DecisionSupport
• GraphicProcessing
• I/OThroughput
•Custom [custom mode]
Custom
Select this option to modify the workload profile to accommodate the required workload. Settings changed by the workload profile are grayed out and can only be changed in the "Custom" profile. For more information on which profiles affect which options, see the UEFI Workload-Based Performance Tuning Guide.
XptPrefetcher
• Auto
• Enabled
• Disabled
Auto
Use this option to disable the processor's XPT prefetch feature. In some cases, disabling this option may improve performance. In general, enabling this option will improve performance. You can only disable this option by benchmarking your application and then seeing any improvement in the performance of your environment. This option must be enabled if Sub-Numa Clustering (SNC) is enabled.
NumaGroupSizeOpt
• Flat
• Clustered
Clustered
Use this option to configure how the system BIOS reports the size of NUMA nodes (the number of logical processors). This helps the operating system to group the processors used by the application (called Kgroup). The Clustered default settings improve performance by optimizing the resulting groups along NUMA boundaries. However, some applications may not be optimized to utilize processors that span multiple groups. In such cases, you may need to select the flat option in order for those applications to take advantage of more logical processors.
EmbeddedSata
• Ahci[Enable SATA AHCI Support]
• Raid[Enable Dynamic Smart Array RAID Support]
Ahci
[SATA Controller Configuration]
Use this option to enable chipset on the motherboard to configure SATA controller. When Customers select AHCI, which is the native interface specification of serial ATA, or RAID (if supported), please confirm that the OS is working correctly and exactly.
SataSecureErase
• Enabled
• Disabled
Disabled
[Secure Data deletion option]
Use this option to control whether Secure Data deletion functionality is supported. Enabling this option will prevent Security Freeze Lock command (to lock down the current data for protection from deletion) from being sent to SATA hard drives to support, and Security deletion will become operable (a command to delete will be supported and executed). This option can be supported only when the SATA controller is in AHCI mode. Security Deletion works with hard drives and enables security deletion operation.
ProcVirtualization
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[Virtualization Technology]
Use this option to enable Intel Virtualization Technology on a Virtual Machine Manager (VMM). You do not need to disable Virtualization Technology if you are using a VMM or an operating system that does not support AMD-V virtualization.
IntelProcVtd
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[Intel (R) VT-d]
Enable Virtual Machine Manager (VM Manager has to support this function) so that Customers can use hardware functions delivered by Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d).
Sriov
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[SR-IOV]
The SR-IOV (Single root I/O virtualization) interface is an extension to the PCI express (PCIe) specification. You can create a virtual instance of the PCI device to be used in Hypervisor based operating system. It enables the BIOS to allocates more PCI resources to PCIe devices. Enable this option for a PCIe device or operating system that supports SR-IOV. Leave it enabled when using a hypervisor.
DynamicPowerCapping
• Auto
• Enabled
• Disabled
Auto
[Dynamic Power Capping]
This option is used to configure power calibration that is performed by System ROM during boot processing. In Auto mode, the calibration starts first after the server boot. After then, it works only when hardware configuration or configuration setting is changed. If it is set to OFF, the calibration will not operate, and Dynamic Power Capping will not be supported. It operates at every boot only when this option is set to ON.

Extended memory test

• Enabled
• Disabled
Disabled
[Extended Memory test]
When enabled, the system validates memory during the memory initialization process. If memory errors are found and if they are detected as uncorrectable errors, the memory will be mapped out (re-adjusted) and the failed DIMMs will be series logged to IML. Enabling this option may increase system boot times.
AdvancedMemProtection
• FastFaultTolerantADDDC
• AdvancedEcc
• OnlineSpareAdvancedEcc
• MirroredAdvancedEcc

Advanced Ecc

[Advanced Memory Protection]
Use this option to configure additional memory protection with Error Checking and Correcting (ECC). Advanced ECC provides the largest memory capacity to the operating system. Lock-step mode protects the system against single-bit failures and some multi-bit failures. Online Spare enables the system to automatically map out a group of memory that is receiving excessive correctable memory errors. This memory is replaced by a spare group of memory. Mirrored Memory provides the maximum protection against uncorrected memory errors that might otherwise result in a system failure. You must install additional memory to provide mirrored memory to the operating system.
BootMode
-Uefi
-LegacyBIOS
Uefi
[Boot Mode]
This option sets the system boot mode.
UefiOptimizedBoot
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[UEFI optimized Boot]
Configures the system BIOS to boot using native UEFI graphic drivers. Select this setting for compatibility with VMware ESXi on a system configured for UEFI Mode, and to enable and use Secure Boot Mode.
BootOrderPolicy
•RetryIndefinitely
•AttemptOnce
•ResetAfterFailed
RetryIndefinitly
[Boot Order policy]
Use this option to control the system behavior when attempting to boot devices per the UEFI Boot Order list. This defines the number of attempts to try different boot order.
EmbeddedUefiSHell
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[Enable UEFI Shell]
Use this option to enable or disable the Embedded UEFI Shell. The Embedded UEFI Shell is a pre-boot command line environment for scripting and running UEFI applications, including UEFI boot loaders. The Embedded UEFI Shell also provides CLI-based commands you can use to obtain system information, and to configure and update the system BIOS. Enabling this option adds the Embedded UEFI Shell to the UEFI boot options. Boot Mode must be set to UEFI to configure this option.
PowerRegulator
•DynamicPowerSavings
•StaticLowPower
•StaticHighPerf
•OsControl
DynamicPowerSavings
[HP Power regulator]
Use this option to set the Power Regulator mode for ProLiant support. These settings can help you increase server efficiency and manage power consumption. Certain processors support only one power state and operate at their initialized frequency, regardless of the selected Power Regulator mode.
MinProcIdlePower
• C6 [C6 State]
• C3 [C3 State]
• C1E [C1E State]
•NoCStates [No C-State]
NoCStates
[ Minimum processor idle power core state ]
Use this option to select minimum idle power core state (C State) of the processor that OS uses. The higher the C State is set, the less power consumption of idle power core state will be. Minimum processor idle power core state that the processor supports is C6. This option can be configured only when [HP Power Profile] is set to Custom.
MinprocIdlePkgState
•C6Retention [Package C6 (Retention) State]
•C6NonRetention [Package C6 (No Retention) State]
•NoState [No Package State]
NoState
[ Minimum Processor Idle Power Package ]
Use this option to configure the lowest processor idle power state (C-State). The processor automatically transitions into package C-States based on the Core C-States in which cores on the processor have transitioned. The higher the package C-State, the lower the power consumption of that idle package state. Package C6 (no retention) is the lowest power idle package state supported by the processor. This option can be configured only when [HP Power Profile] is set to Custom.
IntelQpiPowerManagement
If Flavors General Purpose 1/ Workload Optimized 1 is used
• Enabled
If Flavors General Purpose 2 is used
• Enabled
• Disabled
Disabled
[ Intel (R) QPI Link management ]
Use this option to enable or disable power management for QPI (Quick Path Interconnect) links. When enabled, QPI links are put into a low power state when the links are not being used. This lowers power usage with minimal performance effect. This option is available on servers with multiple Intel processors i.e with two or more CPUs.
IntelQpiFreq
• Auto
•MinQpiSpeed [Minimum QPI Speed]
Auto
[ Intel (R) QPI Link Frequency ]
Use this option to set the QPI link frequency to a lower speed. Doing so can reduce power consumption, but can also impact system performance.You can configure this option on systems with two or more CPUs and the Power profile is set to custom.
IntelQpiLinkEn
• Auto
•SingleLink [Single Link Operation]
Auto
[Intel QPI Link Enable]
Use this option to configure the QPI topology to use fewer links between processors, when available. Changing from the default can reduce QPI bandwidth performance in exchange for less power consumption.
EnergyPerfBias
•MaxPerf
•BalancedPerf
•BalancedPower
•PowerSavingsMode
BalancedPerf
[ Energy Performance Bias ]
Use this option to configure several processor subsystems to optimize the performance and power usage of the processor. Balanced Performance provides optimum power efficiency and is recommended for most environments. Maximum Performance Mode is recommended for environments that require the highest performance and lowest latency but are not sensitive to power consumption. Only use Power Savings Mode in environments that are power sensitive and can accept reduced performance.You can only configure this option if the Power Profile is set to Custom.
MaxMemBusFreqMhz
• Auto
• 2133 [2133 MHz]
• 1867 [1867 MHz]
• 1600 [1600 MHz]
• 1333 [1333 MHz]
• 1066 [1066 MHz]
Auto
[ Bus Frequency ]
Use this option to configure the memory system to run memory at a lower maximum speed than that supported by the installed processor and DIMM configuration.Setting this option to Auto configures the system to run memory at the maximum speed supported.You can only configure this option if the Power Profile is set to Custom
ChannelInterleaving
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[ Channel Interleaving]
Use this option to modify the level of interleaving for which the memory system is configured. Typically, higher levels of memory interleaving result in maximum performance. However, reducing the level of interleaving can result in power savings.You can only configure this option if the Power Profile is set to Custom.
MaxPcieSpeed
•MaxSupported [maximum support]
•PcieGen1 [PCI-E Generation 1.0]
PerPortCtrl
[ Maximum PCIe speed setting ]
If a PCI-Express device does not run properly at its optimal speed, lowering the speed at which the device is running can address this issue. This option enables Customers to lower the maximum PCI Express speed at which the server allows PCI -Express devices to operate. Customers can also use it to address issues with problematic PCI Express devices. Setting this value to [Maximum Supported] configures the platform to run at the maximum speed supported by the platform or the PCIe device, whichever is lower. This option can be configured only when [HP Power Profile] is set to Custom.
CollabPowerControl
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[Collaborative Power Control]
For operating systems that support the Processor Clocking Control (PCC) Interface, enabling this option allows the Operating System to request processor frequency changes even if the Power Regulator option on the server configured for Dynamic Power Savings Mode. For Operating Systems that do not support the PCC Interface, or when the Power Regulator Mode is not configured for Dynamic Power Savings Mode, this option has no effect on system operation. This option can be configured only when [HP Power Profile] is set to Custom.
RedundantPowersupply
•BalancedMode [Balanced Mode]
•HighEfficiencyAuto [High Efficiency Mode (Auto) ]
•HighEfficiencyOddStandby [ High Efficiency Mode (Odd Supply standby) ]
•HighEfficiencyEvenStandby

Balanced Mode

[Redundant power supply mode]
Use this option to configure how the system handles redundant power supply configurations.
IntelDmiLinkFreq
• Auto
•DmiGen1[Gen 1 Speed]
Auto
[ Intel DMI Link Frequency ]
Use this option to force the link speed between the processor and the south bridge (I/O Controller) to run at slower speeds to save power.
ProcTurbo
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[ Intel(R) Turbo Boost Technology ]
Turbo Boost Technology enables the processor to transition to a higher frequency than the processor’s rated speed if the processor has available power and is within temperature specifications. Disabling this option reduces power usage and also reduces the system’s maximum achievable performance under some workloads.
AcpiSlit
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[ ACPI Slit ]
ACPI SLIT can be enabled or disabled. ACPI SLIT(Advanced Configuration and Power Interface System Locality Information Table) defines the relative access times between processors, memory subsystems, and I/O subsystems. Operating systems that support the SLIT can use this information to improve performance by allocating resources and workloads more efficiently.
AcpiRootBridgePxm
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[ Memory proximity reporting for I/O ]
When enabled, the System ROM reports the proximity relationship between I/O devices and system memory to the operating system. Most operating systems can use this information to efficiently assign memory resources for devices, such as network controllers and storage devices.
AcpiHpet
• Enabled
• Disabled
Disabled
Use this option to disable the ACPI High Precision Event Timer (HPET) table and device objects. If disabled, HPET will not be available on operating systems that support HPET over the industry standard ACPI namespace.
AdjSecPrefetch
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[ Adjacent sector Prefetcher]
Use this option to disable the processor Adjacent Sector Prefetch feature. In some cases, setting this option to disabled can improve performance. Typically, setting this option to enabled provides better performance. Only disable this option after performing application benchmarking to verify improved performance in the environment.
DCUIPPrefetcher
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[DCU IP Prefetcher]
Use this option to disable the processor DCU IP Prefetcher feature. In some cases, setting this option to disabled can improve performance. In most cases, the default value of enabled provides optimal performance. Only disable this option after performing application benchmarking to verify improved performance in the environment.
DCUstreamprefetcher
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[ DCU Stream Prefetcher ]
Use this option to disable the processor DCU Stream Prefetcher feature. In some cases, setting this option to disabled can improve performance. Typically, setting this option to enabled provides better performance. Only disable this option after performing application benchmarking to verify improved performance in your environment.
HwPrefetcher
• Enabled
• Disabled
Enabled
[ HW prefetcher ]
Use this option to disable the processor HW prefetch feature. In some cases, setting this option to disabled can improve performance. Typically, setting this option to enabled provides better performance. Only disable this option after performing application benchmarking to verify improved performance in the environment.
IntelPerfMonitoring
• Enabled
• Disabled
Disabled
[Intel Performance Monitoring Support]
This option does not impact performance. When enabled, this option exposes certain chipset devices that can be used with the Intel Performance Monitoring Toolkit.
NodeInterleaving
• Enabled
• Disabled
Disabled
[Node Interleaving]
Use this option to disable the NUMA architecture properties for the system. All operating system platforms support NUMA architectures. In most cases, optimum performance is obtained by disabling the Node Interleaving option. When this option is enabled, memory addresses are interleaved across the memory installed for each processor. Some workloads might experience improved performance when this option is enabled.

UEFI Non-Function list


Key (API key parameter)

Value set as (Default)

Contents

AdvCrashDumpMode Disabled
Use this option to enable advanced crash dump mode. When enabled, the system is configured to record additional debug information in the Active Health System log in the event of an unexpected system crash. Enable this option only when directed by a qualified service representative.
FlexLom1Aspm Disabled
Use this option to configure PCIe Link Power Management (ASPM) support for the selected device. If L0 is enabled, the link on the selected device will be in the standby energy saving state. When L1 is enabled, the link on the selected device will be in a low power standby state with higher wait latency. When L1 and L0 are enabled, the links on the selected device will enter one of the power saving modes depending on the utilization of the links for maximum energy savings.
FlexLom1Enable Auto
Select this option to enable or disable PCI devices.
FlexLom1LinkSpeed Auto
Use this option to configure the PCIe link speed for the selected device. When set to automatic, the selected device trains at the maximum supported speed of the PCIe link. When set to PCIe Generation 2 Link Speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 2 speed. When configured for PCIe Generation Link 1 speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 1 speed.
FlexLom1PCIeOptionROM Enabled
Use this option to enable or disable device option ROMs
HttpSupport Auto
Use this option to control UEFI HTTP (s) boot support when in UEFI mode, and the "Detect Shell Startup Script Using DHCP" option under the "Embedded UEFI Shell" setting. ..
NetworkBootRetryCount 20
Use this option to control the number of times the system BIOS attempts to boot a network device. The valid range is 0 to 20.
NvmeOptionRom Disabled
Select this option to configure the PCIe peer-to-peer serialization option. When enabled, PCIe transactions are interleaved between the processor's PCIe root ports, improving peer-to-peer communication performance. For certain configurations, such as systems with multiple GPUs in the processor socket, enabling this feature may improve performance.
PciResourcePadding Normal
Use this option to configure PCIe resources to support PCIe hot add for NVMe drives. If you select Normal, PCIe resources will only be allocated to devices installed at boot time and PCIe hot ads will not be supported. Select Medium to assign additional PCIe resources to each PCIe root port. This may allow PCIe hot add events to work without the need to reboot the system to enumerate the devices. Choosing High reserves the maximum amount of PCIe resources, taking into account the best chances of supporting PCIe hot add events.
PciSlot1Aspm Disabled
Use this option to configure PCIe Link Power Management (ASPM) support for the selected device. If L0 is enabled, the link on the selected device will be in the standby energy saving state. When L1 is enabled, the link on the selected device will be in a low power standby state with higher wait latency. When L1 and L0 are enabled, the links on the selected device will enter one of the power saving modes depending on the utilization of the links for maximum energy savings.

PciSlot1 Bifurcation

Auto
Use this option to branch the selected PCIe slot. If you select Auto, the PCIe slots will be trained to the maximum width supported by the slots and endpoints. If you select Slot Bifurcated, the PCIe slot branches into two equally wide slots. If you select Slot Dual Branch (4 branches), the PCIe slot branches into 4 slots of equal width. Note: Change this option only if the device installed in the slot supports this feature.
PciSlot1LinkSpeed Auto
Use this option to configure the PCIe link speed for the selected device. When set to automatic, the selected device trains at the maximum supported speed of the PCIe link. When set to PCIe Generation 2 Link Speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 2 speed. When configured for PCIe Generation Link 1 speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 1 speed.
PciSlot1OptionROM Enabled
Use this option to enable or disable device option ROMs
PciSlot2Aspm Disabled
Use this option to configure PCIe Link Power Management (ASPM) support for the selected device. If L0 is enabled, the link on the selected device will be in the standby energy saving state. When L1 is enabled, the link on the selected device will be in a low power standby state with higher wait latency. When L1 and L0 are enabled, the links on the selected device will enter one of the power saving modes depending on the utilization of the links for maximum energy savings.
PciSlot2Bifurcation Auto
Use this option to branch the selected PCIe slot. If you select Auto, the PCIe slots will be trained to the maximum width supported by the slots and endpoints. If you select Slot Bifurcated, the PCIe slot branches into two equally wide slots. If you select Slot Dual Branch (4 branches), the PCIe slot branches into 4 slots of equal width. Note: Change this option only if the device installed in the slot supports this feature.
PciSlot2LinkSpeed Auto
Use this option to configure the PCIe link speed for the selected device. When set to automatic, the selected device trains at the maximum supported speed of the PCIe link. When set to PCIe Generation 2 Link Speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 2 speed. When configured for PCIe Generation Link 1 speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 1 speed.
PciSlot2OptionROM Enabled
Use this option to enable or disable device option ROMs
PciSlot3Aspm Disabled
Use this option to configure PCIe Link Power Management (ASPM) support for the selected device. If L0 is enabled, the link on the selected device will be in the standby energy saving state. When L1 is enabled, the link on the selected device will be in a low power standby state with higher wait latency. When L1 and L0 are enabled, the links on the selected device will enter one of the power saving modes depending on the utilization of the links for maximum energy savings.
PciSlot3LinkSpeed Auto
Use this option to configure the PCIe link speed for the selected device. When set to automatic, the selected device trains at the maximum supported speed of the PCIe link. When set to PCIe Generation 2 Link Speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 2 speed. When configured for PCIe Generation Link 1 speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 1 speed.
PciSlot3OptionROM Enabled
Use this option to enable or disable device option ROMs
PostBootProgress Disabled
Use this option to enable detailed boot progress messages. This option displays additional debug information on the screen and on the serial console, which may help identify why the server became unresponsive during the boot process.
PostDiscoveryMode Auto
Use this option to configure UEFI POST detection mode. If you select Automatic, the system selectively boots the devices required to boot the devices in the UEFI boot sequence list. Note: In some situations, such as system configuration changes, the system will change and all devices will be booted to detect all boot devices. If you select Force Full Discovery, the system boots all devices in the system to provide full boot target availability. Note: Selecting Force Full Detection can significantly increase startup time. If you select Force fast detection, the system boots as few devices as possible to minimize boot time. Note: If you select Force fast detection, some unsupported devices may not work properly. You may need to replace an unsupported device with a device that supports Fast Discovery.
PrebootNetworkEnvPolicy Auto
Use this option to set the preboot network settings.
PrebootNetworkProxy  
Use this option to configure the preboot network proxy. Once configured, network operations on the "preboot network interface" will be attempted through the configured proxy. The proxy must be in HTTP URL format and can be specified as http: // IPv4_address: port, http: // IPv6 address: port, or http: // FQDN: port.
SecStartBackupImage Disabled
Use this option to enable encrypted authentication of the backup ROM image at boot time. If you disable this option, only the primary image will be authenticated at boot time. Enable this option to also perform encrypted authentication of the backup ROM image.
SetupBrowserSelection Auto
Select the setup browser to use: GUI or text. Automatic mode uses text when the user enters the RBSU via the serial console and uses the GUI via IRC or a physical terminal.
TpmChipId None
Current TPM Chips: STMicro, Intel PTT f TPM or Nationz TPM20
UefiSerialDebugLevel Disabled
Use this option to enable UEFI serial debug output and level of detail. Choosing Verbose can have a significant impact on server startup time. This option is only applicable in UEFI mode.
UefiShellScriptVerification Disabled
Enable this option to allow validation of UEFI shell script files when Secure Boot is enabled. For the script to run successfully, make sure the UEFI shell script is registered in the secure boot database (db).
UefiShellStartupUrlFromDhcp Disabled
Use this option to allow the shell to detect the startup script URL using DHCP. This option is only available if the HTTP Support policy is not set to Disabled and the autostart script location is set to Network Location or Automatic. When set to Enabled, the shell sends DHCP requests with the DHCP user class option set to the string "UEFIShell". If this DHCP user class string is present in the DHCP request, the DHCP server must be configured to provide an HTTP / HTTPS or FTP URL. The user class option is option 77 when using DHCP over IPv4 and option 15 when using DHCP over IPv6. The HTTP / HTTPS URL must use an IPv4 or IPv6 server address, or host name. The FTP format is accepted using an IPv4 server address or host name. The URL provided by the DHCP server must match the "HTTP Support" policy. If the HTTP Support policy is set to Automatic, the HTTP / HTTPS or FTP URL provided by the DHCP server will be used. If the policy is set to HTTPS Only, only HTTPS URLs will be used and other URLs will be ignored. If the policy is set to HTTP only, only HTTP or FTP URLs will be used and other URLs will be ignored. If the policy is set to "disabled", the shell will not send DHCP requests.
UrlBootFile  
Use this option to configure the network URL to a bootable ISO or EFI file. HTTP / HTTPS URLs are accepted using IPv4 or IPv6 server addresses, or host names. For example, the URL is in one of the following formats: http://192.168.0.1/file/image.iso, http://example.com/file/image.efi, https://example.com/file/image.efi, http: // [1234 :: 1000] /image.iso.
UrlBootFile2  
Same as the above.
UrlBootFile3  
Same as the above.
UrlBootFile4  
Same as the above.
UserDefaultsState Disabled
Shows whether the user's default settings are enabled or disabled.
ProcCoreDisable 0
[Physical Processor core option]
In this option, processor core, which is the heart of the processor, can be turned off, by using Intel’s CMP (Core Multi Processing) technology. This option helps to improve YES Performance of certain applications by obtaining benefits of high performance of cores without increasing operations of the hearts of the processor while turning off certain number of physical processors to reduce the power consumption of the processor. This option also helps to detect problems in softwares that are licensed per core.
EmbeddedSerialPort Com2Irq3
[ Embedded serial port ]
Select this option to assign the logical COM Port address and associated default resources to the selected physical serial port. The operating system can overwrite this setting.
VirtualSerialPort Com1Irq4
[ Virtual Serial Port ]
Select this option to assign the logical COM Port and associated default resources to the Virtual Serial Port (VSP). To support BIOS Serial Console and Operating System Serial Console, VSP presents iLO Management Controller as a physical serial port.
UsbControl UsbEnabled
[ USB Control Support ]
USB Enabled: Enables all USB ports and embedded devices. External USB Ports Disabled: Disables only external USB ports.
UsbBoot Enabled
[ USB Boot Support ]
Set this option to disabled to prevent the system from booting to any USB devices connected to the server. This includes preventing boot to ILO virtual media devices and the embedded SD or uSD card slot (if supported)
RemovableFlashBootSeq ExternalKeysFirst
[ Removable Flash Media Boot Sequence ]
Use this option to select from which device the system boots first, external USB drive key, internal USB drive key, or internal SD card slot. This option does not override the device boot order in the [Standard Boot Order (IPL)] option. This option can be configured only when the boot mode is set to Legacy BIOS.
EmbeddedUserPartition Disable
[User partition]
Use this option to control the Embedded User Partition (a general purpose disk partition on non-volatile flash memory that is embedded on the system board).
VirtualInstallDisk Disabled
[ Virtual Install disk ]
Use this option to control the Virtual Install Disk. The Virtual Install Disk contains drivers specific to this server that an OS can use during installation. If enabled, the Virtual Install Disk appears as a drive in the operating system
Usb3Mode Auto
[Usb 3.0 Mode]
Use this option to configure the operating mode of the USB 3.0 ports. If set to Auto Mode, USB 3.0 capable devices operate at USB 2.0 speeds in the pre-boot environment and during boot. When a USB 3.0 capable OS USB driver loads, USB 3.0 devices transition to USB 3.0 speeds. This mode provides compatibility with operating systems that do not support USB 3.0, while enabling USB 3.0 devices to operate at USB 3.0 speeds with current operating systems. If enabled, USB 3.0 capable devices operate at USB 3.0 speeds at all times (including the pre-boot environment) when in UEFI Boot Mode. Do not use this mode with operating systems that do not support USB 3.0. If operating in Legacy Boot Mode, the USB 3.0 ports do not function in the pre-boot environment, and are not bootable. If set to disabled, USB 3.0 capable devices function at USB 2.0 speeds at all times.
EmbNicEnable Auto
[Embedded NIC]
Use this option to set PCI device (Embedded NIC).
EmbNicLinkSpeed Auto
Use this option to configure the PCIe link speed for the selected device. When set to automatic, the selected device trains at the maximum supported speed of the PCIe link. When set to PCIe Generation 2 Link Speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 2 speed. When configured for PCIe Generation Link 1 speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 1 speed.
EmbNicPCIeOptionROM Enabled
Use this option to enable or disable device option ROMs
EmbSas1Aspm Disabled
Use this option to configure PCIe Link Power Management (ASPM) support for the selected device. If L0 is enabled, the link on the selected device will be in the standby energy saving state. When L1 is enabled, the link on the selected device will be in a low power standby state with higher wait latency. When L1 and L0 are enabled, the links on the selected device will enter one of the power saving modes depending on the utilization of the links for maximum energy savings.
EmbSas1LinkSpeed Auto
Use this option to configure the PCIe link speed for the selected device. When set to automatic, the selected device trains at the maximum supported speed of the PCIe link. When set to PCIe Generation 2 Link Speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 2 speed. When configured for PCIe Generation Link 1 speed, the selected device trains at maximum PCIe Generation 1 speed
EmbSas1PcieOptionROM Enabled
Use this option to enable or disable device option ROMs
EmbSata1Aspm Disabled
Use this option to enable or disable Aggressive Link Power Management (SALP).
EmbSata1PCIeOptionROM Enabled
Use this option to enable or disable device option ROMs
EmbSata2Aspm Disabled
Use this option to enable or disable Aggressive Link Power Management (SALP).
EmbSata2PCIeOptionROM Enabled
Use this option to enable or disable device option ROMs
NetworkBootRetry Enabled
[ Network Boot retry support ]
Use this option to disable the Network Boot Retry setting. By default, the System BIOS attempts to boot the Network device (such as a PXE device) up to 20 times before moving to the next IPL device.
Slot1NicBoot1 NetworkBoot
[Slot1 NicBoot1]
Use this option to enable network boot (PXE, iSCSI, or FCoE) for the selected NIC. You might need to configure the NIC firmware for the boot option to be active.
Slot2NicBoot1 Pxeboot
[Slot2 NicBoot1]
Same as the above.
Slot1NicBoot2 Disabled
[Slot1 NicBoot2]
Same as the above.
Slot2NicBoot2 Pxeboot
[Slot2 NicBoot2]
Same as the above.
NicBoot1 Disabled
[NIC Network Boot]
Selected NIC to the network boot (PXE, iSCSI, or FCoE) is set to enable.
NicBoot2 Disabled

Same as the above.

NicBoot3 Disabled

Same as the above.

NicBoot4 Disabled

Same as the above.

NicBoot5 NetworkBoot

Same as the above.

NicBoot6 NetworkBoot

Same as the above.

EmbSas1Boot TwentyFourTargets

Twenty-four boot targets connected to the storage controller will be available in the UEFI boot order list.

EmbSAS1 enable

Auto
[Built-in SAS]
Use this option to set PCI device (Embedded Storage).
EmbSata1Enable Auto
[Built-in SATA1]
Use this option to set PCI device (Embedded SATA Controller ①).
EmbSata2Enable Auto
[Built-in SATA2]
Use this option to set PCI device (Embedded SATA Controller ②).
F11BootMenu Enabled
[F11 boot menu prompt]
You can specify a specific boot override option only in this boot. After you restart the server with this option, by pressing the [F11] key on the main screen of the HP ProLiant, you can boot directly to the one-time boot menu of system utilities.
IntelligentProvisioning Enabled
[Intelligent Provisioning]
By pressing the [F10] key While the server boots, is set to be able to enter the Intelligent Provisioning environment.
EmbeddedDiagnostics Enabled
[Auto diagnostic equipment]
Built-in use of automatic diagnostic equipment enables.
EmbeddedDiagsMode Auto
[Embedded Diags Mode]
You can use the option to configure the built-in automatic diagnostic equipment automatically or text console mode.
ProcNoExecute Enable
[No-Execute Protection]
You can protect your system from malicious code or viruses. As long as that does not contain executable code in its place, the memory is marked as non-executable. Part of the virus will insert code from non-executable memory of the place, but will try to run, these attacks will cause exception is detected in the middle. You need the operating system supports this option.
SecureBoot Disabled
[Secure Boot Settings]
When enabled, it can be run during the boot process, only firmware components and operating systems with the appropriate boot loader with a digital signature. If the secure boot is enabled, you can start, support secure boot, the only operating system that has a signed EFI boot loader in one of the authenticated key.
TpmOperation Disable
[TPM Operation]
In this option, to control the functions of the Trusted Platform Module at the time of start-up.
TpmState Notpresent

The current state of the TPM.

TpmVisibility Visible
[TPM Visibility]
It is an option to avoid the TPM in this option from the OS. BIOS security start-up function of by TPM to avoid will turn off. In addition, TPM does not correspond to any other command. Use events of this feature is aimed at saving electricity without taking away anything from the actual hardware.
TpmType NoTPM
[TPM Type]
TPM (Trusted Platform Module) is a device to be attached to the computer’s motherboard, with an LSI chip that implements security-related processing functions.
AsrStatus Enabled
[Asr Status]
Use this option to set ASR (Automatic Server Recovery).
AsrTimeoutMinutes Timeout10
[ASR Timeout]
We have set the amount of time to wait before re-starting the server at the time of the lock-up of the operating system crash or when the server. When the server in the selected amount of time does not respond, the server will automatically restart.
WakeOnLAN Enabled
[Wake On LAN]
Use the WOL compatible NIC you can power up the system remotely. To use this option, NIC, NIC driver, the operating system must have the WOL support.
PostF1Prompt Delayed20sec
[POST F1 Prompt]
You configure the system to display the F1 key to the server POST screen. If an error occurs, press the F1 key, you can continue the power-on sequence of the server.
PowerButton Enabled
[Power Button Mode]
If you disable this option, disabled function by pressing the power button momentarily. This option, and override of 4 seconds power button, does not affect the remote power control function.
AutoPowerOn Restore Last power state
[Automatic Power-On]
When the AC power is connected to the system, and configure the server to automatically become power-on. By default, when the AC power is restored after a loss of AC power, the system will return to the previous power state. This option to override this behavior, even in the power supply system at the time of the loss is turned off, it will return when power is supplied to the system on the state.
PowerOnDelay NoDelay
PowerOnDelay
Use this option to delay power-on of the server. Use press-down of the power button (use iLO virtual power button), Wake-on LAN event, or RTC Wake-up event to override the delay and power on the server at once. This will help to prevent rapid increase of electric power consumption due to power-on of the servers after power loss.
SerialConsolePort Auto
[BIOS Serial Console Port]
Through the serial port, you can redirect the video and keystrokes to OS boot. This option may interfere with the non-terminal device connected to the serial port. If this is the case, set to Disabled.
SerialConsoleEmulation VT100Plus
[BIOS Serial Console Emulation Mode]
Customers can choose the type of emulation mode. The option Customers choose depends on the emulation to be used in the serial terminal program (Hyperterminal, Putty and the like). Customers need to select the BIOS emulation mode that matches the selected mode in the terminal program.
SerialConsoleBaudRate BaudRate115200
[BIOS Serial Console Baud Rate]
You can set the transfer rate at which data is transmitted over the serial port.
EmsConsole Disabled
[ACPI Serial Port]
Customers can configure the settings for the ACPI serial port that can be used to configure the Windows Server Emergency Management Services (EMS) console to redirect through the serial port.
ServerName
[Sever name]
You can select this option to change the server name to any string.
ServerAssetTag  
[Server Asset Tag]
You can select this option to change the tag of the server asset to any string.
AssetTagProtection Unlocked
[Asset Tag Protection]
It is a lock setting of the asset tag information. If you leave and lock the asset tag information, it is restored default system settings, asset tag is not erased.
ServerPrimaryOs
[Server primary OS]
With this option you can change the server's primary OS to any string.
ServerOtherInfo
[Server information]
You can use this option to change other servers to any string.
PowerOnLogo Enabled
[Power On Logo]
Use this option to control the display of the boot when the logo of the system. If you disable the display only change in appearance, there is no change to the boot time of the system.
AdminEmail

Admin’s Email.

AdminName

Admin Name.

AdminOtherInfo

Admin Other Information.

AdminPhone

Admin’s Phone Number.

ServiceEmail
[Server Email]
Customers can input the email address of the server service contact.
ServiceName
[Service Name]
Customers can input server service contact name in the text.
ServiceOtherInfo
[Service Other Information]
Customers can input other server service contact information in the text.
ServicePhone
[Service Phone Number]
Customers can input server service contact telephone number in the text.
CustomPostMessage
[Custom message during POST processing]
In HP ProLiant of POST screen, you can enter a custom message to be displayed during the POST process of the server.
VideoOptions BothVideoEnabled
[Video Options]
You can configure the display of video. By default, if the option of video controllers are attached to the system, the system BIOS to disable the built-in video controller. If you use this option, a built-in video controller can remain enabled, iLO remote video is functioning properly, a dual-head video are supported. The built-in Bideoko Controller, and initial system startup of the video is always displayed.
EmbVideoConnection Auto
[Embedded Video Controller]
When configured in the automatic mode, if the monitor is not attached, the outgoing video connection automatically outputs OFF signal to the embedded video controller to save electric power. This feature will work automatically if the monitor is attached and if the server is working including operation.
ThermalShutdown Enabled
[Thermal Shutdown]
If the increase in temperature in excess of non-redundant fan failure or pre-set threshold, occurs, you can start the shutdown. When disabled, the system management driver will ignore the high temperature events. Once the data is in the situation, such as being destroyed, the power supply of the system will be turned off immediately.
FanInstallReq EnableMessaging
[FAN Install Policy]
Customers can use this option to configure the reaction of the server on which required FANs were not installed. If configured to enable messages, servers that have not installed required FANs will display messages and event logs in the Integrated Management of Log (IML).
ThermalConfig OptimalCooling
[Thermal Config]
You can select the fan cooling solution of the system.
ExtendedAmbientTemp Disabled
[Extended Ambient Temp]
This setting is the ambient temperature of the server is made possible durability even at high temperature.
FanFailPolicy Shutdown
[Fan Fail Policy]
Use this option to configure how the server reacts if the server caused FAN failure while the server does not need FAN. If this option is set and if multiple FAN failures exist, the server that does not need FAN can boot and operate.
NmiDebugButton Enabled
[NMI Debug Button]
If software lock-up has occurred in the system, Customers can enable the debug function. [NMI Debug Button] generates an NMI (non-maskable interrupt), to enable the debugger of the operating system.
ConsistentDevNaming LomsAndSlots
[Consistent Dev Naming]
You can choose the level of the naming of the device consistent. In the supported operating systems, NIC port name is based on the position of the NIC ports in the system.
PciBusPadding Enabled
[PCI Bus Padding]
If the extra PCI bus number to each expansion slot is provided, you can disable the default PCI bus padding. By default, the expansion card with a PCI-PCI bridge is so as not to affect the only scheme with the current bus number, the system BIOS will add one of the PCI bus for each expansion slot. If you disable this option, you can avoid the problems related to the particular expansion card. As long as a particular problem does not occur, it is not recommended that you disable this option.
PciSlot1Enable Auto
[PCIdevice1]
It enables the mobile PCI device 1 in this option.
PciSlot2Enable Enabled
[PCIdevice2]
It enables the mobile PCI device 2 in this option.
MixedpowerSupplyReporting Enabled
[Mixed Power Supply Reporting]
Server logs a message of [Mixed Power Supply Intervention].
TimeZone Unspecified

TimeZone

UtilityLang English

Utility Language

RestoreDefaults No
[Restore Defaults]
All the configuration settings will reset to their default values. The changes are not saved.
RestoreManufacturingDefaults No
[Restore the factory default setting]
Resets all configuration settings to the set value of the factory state . Changes up to it will be lost.
SaveUserDefaults No
[Save User Defaults]
It saves the current settings as the default settings of the system.
EraseUserDefaults No
[Erase User Defaults]
It is set to clear the default settings for the current user-defined.