SOLVED FOG thinks all servers are a single host.
So I have kind of a nightmare problem. All my servers think they are a single host. So if you image one, whatever one reboots first will get imaged. When you put a new machine on the network, it will look like it is already registered. It is like all the machines mac addresses are the same. I cant get any new machines registered and I cant image because it will push to all the machines as they restart. Essentially everything acts like one computer. I have no idea how to solve.
I am running Fog 1.5 -RC8
I updated to RC 10 and it fixed the issue.
What I said was “It is like…” it seemed “like” it couldnt tell between the different mac addresses.
Wayne Workman last edited by
First I would say, make sure you upgrade to the latest RC10.
I don’t think that is your problem, but the devs will request you do that anyway so they can help.
What I find strange is why all of your target computers have the same mac address? How is this possible?
- What kind of servers are we talking about here?
- What OS are you running?
- Are these physical servers or virtual?
- If these are windows servers, was the master image ever connected to AD before it was captured?
There is something going on here beyond what you posted.