Can you give us the output of this command first - it’ll let us know what’s going on with the sym-link.
ls -lahRt /tftpboot
Then - We need lots and lots of details about your VM setup because I think that’s where the problem lies. What are you using? How is the network setup? Is it using NAT or is it bonded or NIC sharing or what?
Can you install traceroute and then run a traceroute against Google’s DNS?
and give us the output of that please? This will tell us if you are using NAT or not. It’d also help greatly if you’d tell us you Router Address - the address of the target host if you can find it on your router - and perhaps some screen shots of your network setup for the VM?
Basically - the more details the better.
First request is listed below in the screen shot. The results of:
ls -lahRt /tftpboot
Information about setup:
I am running the Ubuntu 14.04 VM on my iMac using VMware Fusion 8 Pro. I have set a static IP which is “188.8.131.52” (including image of my network interface config). Our subnet is “255.255.254.0” and the overall range is 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11. The architecture of the network isn’t completely known due to the nature of the main ITS group. Also, we have to be careful not to allow our PXE traffic to appear around of our subnet. We have our own DNS in house, but the DHCP server is control by the main ITS group which is why I assumed I would need to use dnsmasq.
I have included a picture for clarity, but the VM is bridged with the iMac’s ethernet port so it appears as an additional machine.
The results of traceroute:
I don’t have access to the routers so I am flying blind on that end.
If there is anything extra that I should have added please let me know.
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Moreover, some clients “lost” services : I check all services and few days after, one or more services are missing…
I suppose it’s a bug due to my database, any idea ?
Can I force fog to check database ?