@george1421@Sebastian-Roth Thank you very much for the recommendation I would try to integrate it into the database just for the trill of it, I may even try to edit the php to integrate it into the original system.
@filisdiez At one point the installer waits for your action. You are asked to open the FOG web UI to update the schema (create the database layout and populate it). As far as I see this error occurs if you don’t do the schema update but proceed with the installer.
more I think udp-receiver is actually dying at this stage and not delivering the rest of the data.
What if we are running out of memory on FOS Linux partition. Where we bumped it up from 127MB to 275MB for the larger inits? This 3rd partition isn’t that large though. My C drive partition is 25GB, but I rarely multicast while imaging. I do remember we had to make the FOS Linux drive for one user before we upped it to 275MB but I can’t remember the circumstance.
Something else we need to be mindful of / is this is an untested image from the perspective of multicasting. This is the first uefi image to the first uefi target computer the OP has. The previous ones have all been bios based.
If I remember correctly when the multicast task starts, it actually spins up one udpsend task for each partition. I wonder if that task is terminating on the server not the target computer. But again why only for uefi systems…
@fog_client Hello, its good to know these devices have that raid mode switch. Good job finding it in the bios. If you only have one drive in these computers you can leave it in ahci mode and be happy. Windows will not see any performance loss in this mode.
Tried emailing chuck, he has not replied. For now, I’ve removed all of the fogproject.org references, and HTTPS is working directly (redirect does not work). This is fine until Chuck can help with the DNS records.
@zaccx32 Find the database information in /var/www/html/fog/lib/fog/config.class.php - with FOG 1.5.9 the database user is called fogmaster instead of root that was used in earlier versions. So to login you run this command on the console:
@djslimd1k Are you running into performance issues with this system?
If you look at top and sort by Processor what is your top task? mssql? Is it above 40%
How many fog clients do you have in your environment?
Lastly if you have the ram, you can increase the number of maximum handlers to 50 from 35. You may need to allocate 6GB of ram to the target computer. If you start dipping into swap space, then add more vRAM to the FOG server.