@brakcounty To get some more information, can you please schedule a debug deploy task (same as you would do a normal deploy task but just before you hit the last button in the web UI there is a check box for debug). Boot up the client as usual and let it boot up. Then you need to hit ENTER twice to get to the shell. Now type fog and ENTER again to start and step through all the process till you hit the error. It will throw you back to the shell. Now type:
I have same problem with fog 1.5.7, is there a solution ?
Sorry but with this kind of problem there is no general solution that works for everyone. Please open your own topic in the forums and post all your own details: full contents of the file d1.partitions, d1.minimum.partitions and d1.fixed_size_partitions.
@JackWallington Please answer George’s questions first. As well let me add this one. Do you have a D-Link DGS-3620 switch between your HP desktop and the FOG server? If not you still might check to see if some kind of DOS attack prevention is enabled on a switch connecting those two - more information see here.
@Ph3noM Fog doesn’t set a DB password - if fog sets up the DB on a new server, it’s left blank. The installer (at least in FOG 1.3.0 beta) asks you for a DB password just in case you set one in the back end. And of course if that’s the case (and 99% of the time it is) then the field in /opt/fog/.fogsettings would be blank as well.