On 2013-Mar-28 15:20 , Mark Cave-Ayland wrote:
[ command line limited to 80 bytes ]
Would increasing it to 256 bytes be enough? I can't say I've ever come
across command lines in a normal environment with more than about 80
characters, but I don't see an issue with increasing it.
In openboot, we run into long command lines primarily when we do network
boot - the arguments to network devices (particularly for things like
iSCSI) can get absurdly long.
The above has an unusually short iscsi-target-name. Many iqn strings go
over 80 bytes by themselves.