qm set efi disk in CLI

Zombie

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So I have a template file called makevm.sh. Inside I have all my qm set and imports to create VMs. It has worked great for a long time, but now I want to add an efi disk so I can change the type of bios. I have the bios now set with qm set 188 --bios ovmf and it works. Then I am trying to add a efi disk with the following command:

qm set VMID --efidisk0: storage:vm-188-disk-2,size=1M

but get the following error:
update VM 188: -efidisk0 storage:vm-188-disk-2,size=1M
rbd error: rbd: error opening image vm-188-disk-2: (2) No such file or directory

Anyone have any suggestions or if I am messing something here?

Thanks for any help!
 

t.lamprecht

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Hi!

There's a bit of a special syntax for creating new disks and assigning them to a VM in one go:
<storage-id>:<size-in-GB-as-float>

As EFI Disks are special disks with a fixed size, it gets double special and you just pass 0 as size, so try:
Bash:
qm set VMID --efidisk0 storage:0
 

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