@Tom-Elliott I am willing in a heartbeat. The problem right now may be my “history” of the old trunk builds causing some headaches in the past. I have some convincing to do for my boss, but having solid things that are fixed/improved helps the case. I am also probably going to need to take a medical leave soon and want to have FOG be stable while I’m gone. I will look at the features 1.6 and see if I can’t earn that tester badge again
@brakcounty Using FOG with more than one NIC is not officially supported. While it can be setup this way and mostly works it can still cause trouble as we see.
I probably won’t find the time to set this up myself and test but you are more than welcome to investigate in which case it works or fails. If you need assistence on debugging this feel free to ask here.
Currently we are using false nodes to change the multicast tasks. I mean
To make multicast tasks on desired vlan we are creating a second master node to the location’s storage group, with nic an ip assigned on the vlan that we want to do the task and with false user/password to avoid a redundant synchronization.
By the moment, this solution is working with version 1.5.6 of Master and Nodes.
The node must be precedent on alphabetic order to the real node.
@fractal13 Nice to see you around! Hope things are going well for you.
Thanks for the hint on the downloads page. Depending on the tools you use to download you get a different filename. Just click the download link in Firefox and you end up with a file called fogproject-1.5.7.tar.gz. Use wget and you have 1.5.7.tar.gz…
@jmeyer Sorry for the late reply. Couldn’t get to this any earlier. Is this still an issue for you? I have had a look at the code but can’t make sense of this yet. I suppose we’d need the start of the output - the first “Attempting to check in” output line to understand this.
But looking through it I have a feeling that maybe one of the settings is wrong in your setup. Please connect to the database and run the following query:
shell> mysql -u root -p
mysql> use fog;
mysql> SELECT * FROM globalSettings WHERE globalSettings.settingKey IN ('FOG_DEFAULT_LOCALE', 'FOG_HOST_LOOKUP', 'FOG_MEMORY_LIMIT', 'FOG_REAUTH_ON_DELETE', 'FOG_REAUTH_ON_EXPORT', 'FOG_TZ_INFO', 'FOG_VIEW_DEFAULT_SCREEN');
Get the full output and post here (as text or picture).