I have that setup here. Basically you just install your two NIC adapters. I have one setup for DHCP and hooked to the outside line. The other i assigned a static IP address and use it for my FOG server and run it into a image switch. I use just the one gateway from my DHCP so that i can access the Internet on the server adapter. The biggest thing for me was that when i was setting up the server, to make sure i assigned the correct interface name when installing the FOG server. In my Linux setup is wasn’t just ETH0 or eth1. It was a totally different net name. So make sure you use IFCONFIG to see what your interfaces are. If your using Linux that is.
sudo service mysql restart
mysql start/running, process 31786
hbcadministrator@HBCELGFOG01:~$ sudo tail -25 /var/log/apache2/error.log
[Thu Oct 08 14:03:52.583384 2015] [:error] [pid 31644] [client 10.21.0.61:54362] PHP Warning: mysqli::query(): Couldn't fetch mysqli in /var/www/html/fog/lib/db/MySQL.class.php on line 64, referer: http://10.21.0.4/fog/management/?node=schemaupdater
[Thu Oct 08 14:03:52.594358 2015] [:error] [pid 31644] [client 10.21.0.61:54362] PHP Warning: mysqli::real_escape_string(): Couldn't fetch mysqli in /var/www/html/fog/lib/db/MySQL.class.php on line 191, referer: http://10.21.0.4/fog/management/?node=schemaupdater
turning fast boot off is not as that’s in the bios screen.
Tom, I think you’re mistaking fast startup for something else. see in this picture:
With that enabled, and when a user clicks “Shutdown” - the computer will say it’s shutting down, but really it’s hibernating. And then when it’s “booting”, it’s actually resuming. And it sets the dirty bit to ON.