can you explain bcfg boot mv command ?

The bcfg command in the EFI Shell is used to manage the boot options stored in the system’s NVRAM. The boot subcommand of bcfg is used to manage boot options, and the mv subcommand is used to move a boot option to a different position in the boot order.

Here’s an example usage of the bcfg boot mv command:

bcfg boot mv <old_position> <new_position>
bcfg boot mv 03 01

In this example, the command moves the boot option at position 03 to position 01 in the boot order. The first argument, 03, specifies the position of the boot option to be moved, and the second argument, 01, specifies the position to which the boot option should be moved.