-a — Specifies that an OS instance is being added to the PXE configuration.
-i "<description>" — Replace "<description>" with a description of the OS instance.
-p <NFS|HTTP|FTP> — Specify which of the NFS, FTP, or HTTP protocols to use for installation. Only one may be specified.
-D <0|1> — Specify "0" which indicates that it is not a diskless configuration since pxeos can be used to configure a diskless environment as well.
-sclient.example.com — Provide the name of the NFS, FTP, or HTTP server after the -s option.
-L<net-location> — Provide the location of the installation tree on that server after the -L option.
-k<kernel> — Provide the specific kernel version of the server installation tree for booting.
-K<kickstart> — Provide the location of the kickstart file, if available.
<os-identifer> — Specify the OS identifier, which is used as the directory name in the /tftpboot/linux-install/ directory.
If FTP is selected as the installation protocol and anonymous login is not available, specify a username and password for login, with the following options before <os-identifer> in the previous command:
-A 0 -u <username> -p <password>
For more information on command line options available for the pxeos command, refer to the pxeos man page.