@UWPVIOLATOR When preparing the release I started a list of changes but soon figured that it’s pretty much all bug fixes and that I can’t add much value generating a manual list. Please take a look at the commit log between 1.5.8 and 1.5.9 to find out what has been changed: https://github.com/FOGProject/fogproject/compare/1.5.8...1.5.9
It’s an Ubuntu server. (16.04)
I just tested it and cannot upload an image anymore at all. I have no problem deploying old images.
I also moved the temporary folders before trying to capture.
I capture on one fog-server(FOG1) then let it replicate to 3 other FOG servers which are full nodes. Then i just export and import the images list from FOG1 to the others. Maybe there’s a problem over on some other FOG server with creds, i’ll check some things.
I last uploaded an image on 25th of august, without issues.
@Sebastian-Roth said in Image replication failing due to syntax error?:
If I am correct you should be able to fix this by manually applying this minimal code change in /var/www/html/fog/lib/service/fogservice.class.php:
That did the trick!
I’ll look into upgrading the FOG server. Will running a new install script do an in-place upgrade without breaking anything?