SOLVED [Solved]Machines appear with red dot in hosts management
I’m using a fog upgraded from 1.5.5 to 1.5.6 on a Ubuntu 16.04.
All my machines in hosts management appear with a red dot.
Before today the DNS which FOG refers did not had any register for my machines.
Today I corrected this. Now I can see all hosts on my DNS, and a ping from the FOG server show me that the machines names are well resolved.
I made a snapin that open ICMPv4 and UDP port 7 inbound on each machines.
the command :
systemctl -l status FOGPingHosts
output this :
● FOGPingHosts.service - FOGPingHosts Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/FOGPingHosts.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active (running) since mar. 2019-05-28 16:31:04 CEST; 3h 29min ago Main PID: 2027 (FOGPingHosts) Tasks: 2 Memory: 16.3M CPU: 16.586s CGroup: /system.slice/FOGPingHosts.service ├─2027 /usr/bin/php -q /opt/fog/service/FOGPingHosts/FOGPingHosts & └─2066 /usr/bin/php -q /opt/fog/service/FOGPingHosts/FOGPingHosts & mai 28 16:31:04 FR2-FOG-01 systemd: Started FOGPingHosts.
What could be wrong and what should I do? At which frequency the fog server check the existence of the hosts?
Many thanks by advance.
Thanks works better with TCP port 445. I was referring this wiki :
@processor Should take about 10 minutes for your 300 hosts to ping. I can imagine that a firewall is blocking the ping (not ICMP but TCP port 445!). See some more information on this here: https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/12669/fog-doesn-t-detect-the-status-of-the-clients
I have about 300 hosts.
@processor Not sure if I asked in another topic but how many hosts do you have?