Fog 1.2.0 upgrade to 1.4.4 Failed
- FOG Version: 1.2.0
- OS: Debian 7.11 (Wheezy)
- Service Version:
I am trying to update from Fog 1.2.0 to 1.4.4, I was trying to do the update old school way by running “sudo ./installfog.sh”. There were parts of the install that failed php5 items, and the overall installed failed, thoughts?!
that worked, thanks everyone for the troubleshooting.
looks like the download/installs it needed to do it could verify signature of the packages, so it skipped. when I ran the one package by it self I had to tell it to install anyway. Is there a way for me to have it default ignore that?
It looks to have downloaded and installed, didn’t throw any errors at me.
@brad-schumann There is also a better log file in the bin/logs directory. The log directory is in the same directory you ran the installfog.sh script. That might give you a bit more detail into the install failure.
@brad-schumann Sorry reading toooooo dang fast. I read does not have internet access which would have tied nicely into the error message.
OK from the error message it says that the fog installer can’t install the php5-mcrypt package from your repository.
so if you drop to a linux command line and key in the following
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install php5-mcrypt
Does it install correctly?
Yes, and my server does have access to the internet, that is how I was able to download the .tar.
@brad-schumann well that explains the error then. The FOG server “needs” access to the internet only during installation to download the required packages from the OS’ repository as well as download the latest kernels from the FOG server. This IS a requirement. Once the install / upgrade has been completed it can return to its sheltered life.
I downloaded the .tar, extracted it and installed it, I didn’t use GIT. The server does have internet access.
So did you use git to clone the FOG repository?
Also does your FOG server have internet access?