Path is unavailable?
When I try to boot to iPXE on any pc here I am getting the following error:
I did a little digging and I found an error message in /var/log/log/fogimagesize.log:
[10-04-17 6:00:27 pm] * Starting ImageSize Service
[10-04-17 6:00:27 pm] * Checking for new items every 3600 seconds
[10-04-17 6:00:27 pm] * Starting service loop
[10-04-17 6:00:27 pm] * Starting Image Size Service.
[10-04-17 6:00:27 pm] * We are group ID: 1. We are group name: default
[10-04-17 6:00:27 pm] * We are node ID: 1. We are node name: DefaultMember
[10-04-17 6:00:27 pm] * Finding any images associated with this group as its primary group
[10-04-17 6:00:27 pm] * Found 1 image to update size values as needed.
[10-04-17 6:00:27 pm] * Trying image size for: Bank, ID: 9
[10-04-17 6:00:27 pm] | Bank: Path is unavailable
The /images drive is on a 4TB drive:
/dev/mapper/centos-images 3.6T 33M 3.6T 1% /images
It has the right permissions I believe:
drwxrwxrwx. 4 fog root 61 Oct 3 21:12 images
This is running on a Centos VM on ESXI. I have 4GB Memory, A static ip set of 192.168.9.6 and the web GUI appears to be working normally.
Any help would be appreciated.
Yup. Just as I thought. This AM I was able to register a host and right now I am backing up my first PC. Thanks for all the assistance!
I may be ok here. I reinstalled centos using the following walkthrough (I was apparently missing a couple of steps):
I was able to register a host using a test vm I setup so tomorrow things should be a lot better.
@george1421 From your image of the dhcp settings, can we assume that 192.168.9.6 is the IP address of your fog server?
Also since you are passing undionly.kpxe to the pxe booting computer, is that target computer in bios (legacy) mode?
Can you post a clear picture of the iPXE error taken with a mobile phone? I’m not sure what’s up with the link in the OP, but I need to see what the actual error is.
At this point I’m not worried about any image size stuff. This is a pure dhcp/pxe issue in my mind (also as Tom posted).
FOG Image Size is not the issue here. I’m guessing you’re attempting to capture an image right now?
The problem is TFTP, do you have your DHCP setup to send requests to the FOG Server and at the filename undionly.kpxe (or whatever file you’re attempting to use?)