Create Task Capture Error
I am getting an Error “Generic Error” Internal Server Error when I try to capture and Image from a PC.
Here is where my Server is at; it should be the latest stuff…i am doing a cd root git pull then bin and then ./installfog.sh -y says up to date…
You are not running the most current version of FOG!
You are currently running version: 18.104.22.1686
Latest stable version is 1.5.4
Latest svn version is 6078
Latest git version is 1.5.4
@Jim-Holcomb Yes, you’re on working-1.6 and I’ll be helping with that here shortly.
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I am having the same issue. Tried re-installing as listed below. Still getting the same generic error - internal server error when trying to perform a capture.
@Sebastian-Roth I remoted into the OPs fog server. I switch him over to the working branch and repulled the using git. After I reran the installer all of the files were where they should be. He was able to schedule a deployment. I think he is good for now.
@butch2861 To me it looks like the GIT repo you are running the installer from is corrupted. Missing files?!? Possibly just delete and re-clone.
@butch2861 look at the forum chat bubble for additional information.
@george1421 I ahve re-ran the installer and rebooted and am still getting the same error when trying to Upload an Image to a pc…
@butch2861 OK at this point go to that URL using your windows browser.
On that page there should be a button to update the schema. Press it. When it says the schema has been updated return to the linux server install script and press enter to continue with the installation.
If you don’t get the schema update page, but the login window instead then the schema is up to date and just return to the installer and continue with the install.
@george1421 okay i re-ran the install and at the end it displayed this and I am still at this point: what do I need to do about the database schema issue?
You still need to install/update your database schema.
This can be done by opening a web browser and going to:
Press [Enter] key when database is updated/installed.
@butch2861 Yes that is the right process, but it didn’t find the needed file.
I would suggest that you rerun the installer and then confirm that the file exists after running the installer.
cd /root/fogproject/bin ./installfog.sh
(note without the -y) make sure the defaults are still accurate. The installer will insert what you answered the first time you ran through the installer for answers.
@george1421 George I ran this command find /var/www -name servicemodule* and it found this:
when I do an update for Fog I do this procedure that Tom Elliot told me to do:
@butch2861 Just to be sure I ran that on my FOG server.
find /var/www -name servicemodule* /var/www/html/fog/lib/client/servicemodule.class.php
And it was found in that path. I’m almost thinking you have a botched install (but also be aware that the file name you repeated in your last post is incorrect too).
How did you install FOG? Did you use the git method?
@george1421 When I run this command I get back to the prompt and it displays nothing.
find /var/www -name servicemodule.php
I manually went into these dir and could not see it anywhere.
@Sebastian-Roth the path may be
just for kicks run this command
find /var/www -name servicemodule.class.php
That should give you the full path to the file if it exists in the web services directory.
@Sebastian-Roth i have 2 files in this dir ‘packages/web/lib/client/’ they are download and index.php
@Sebastian-Roth I ran this and got this back:
cp:cannot stat ‘servicemodule.class.php’ :No such file or directory
"I can get into Fog via Web GUI and everything seems to work just fine but the Client Capture…
@butch2861 Something went very wrong when installing FOG I’m afraid. You can try fixing this very issue by copying the PHP file over from the source but I wonder why it’s missing. Possibly other parts are also missing? For now try:
sudo -i cd /path/to/git/repo cd packages/web/lib/client/ cp -i servicemodule.class.php /var/www/fog/lib/client/
@Sebastian-Roth I get this ls: cannot access ‘/var/www/fog/lib/client/servicemodule.class.php’: No such file or directory
Got error ‘PHP message: PHP Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Class ‘ServiceModule’ not found in /var/www/fog/service/servicemodule-active.php
I’d say this is the main issue here. See if you have the file defining that class. Run
ls -al /var/www/fog/lib/client/servicemodule.class.phpand post full result or picture here.
@george1421 George I will be checking back with you tomorrow; I have a migrane working on me so I am heading to the house for the day; Thank You for your help and I look forward to working with you more on this.