[ipxe-devel] Issues with HTTP/HTTPS using Ryzen 3000 series

Tom Siewert tom.siewert at hetzner.com
Thu Aug 15 14:21:58 UTC 2019

Hi Geert,

and what do you want to tell me now with your answer?

Regarding to issue you should read this: http://ipxe.org/err/1c25e0

As you can read in "Additional notes" section, there is an issue with
entropy source.

On 8/15/19 4:13 PM, Geert Stappers wrote:
> On 15-08-2019 16:09, Tom Siewert wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> currently, I have some issues with HTTPS using Ryzen 3000 series systems.
>> My test system has a Ryzen 3600 (also tried to use a 3850X) and an ASRock
>> B450 board with 64GB ECC RAM and 2x 1TB NVMe.
>> The error 1c25e0c82 (Invalid argument) gets thrown by iPXE becuase of
>> entropy issues.
>> I already updated the BIOS to the latest version but that didn't resolve
>> the issue.
>> Using Ryzen 3000 series CPU on a MSI board has the same issues with
>> HTTPS but also issues with HTTP.
>> If I use HTTP on the MSI board, the system freezes after the chainload.
>> Using other chainloads shows same behavior.
>> Is there any possibility to fix this issue or do I have to wait until a
>> BIOS Update gets released?
> And while waiting consider a deeper dive
> into the challenge you are facing
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