TFTP error on server
I have a server in 172.16.0.1.
I have tftp error when I launch it.
failed to start LSB : tftp-hpa’s tftp server (picture 1)
And when I try to start the VM since OS, I get an IP adress (172.16.0.10) but I see a tftp error (tftp open timeout) (picture 2)
Anybody know how to solve it please ?
I created a new disk.
I have to change the repertory of the picture.
It is on wich file ?
Only /opt/fog/.fogsettings ?
I didn’t understand this “Probably best if you cancel the task in the webUI, schedule a new one with debug enabled and step through the whole process manually. Take pictures of the whole process and post here. We might be able to find what’s wrong.”
I have to cancel the task and create a new one. But what is a task with debug ?
Which processus you are speecking ?
I have this :
I don’t understed the english redaction…
“Locate the entry the matches your device you are adding for something like /dev/sdX where X is a letter”
It’s a “a” ?
"Make sure the device is formatted with ext3/4. "
I don’t see that…
“If you have a partition that isn’t either ext3/4, you will need to delete them with the following commands.”
So it’s my case ?
I will continue tomorrow morning
I need more space :
If credentials are correct, and if the Database service is running, check to ensure your filesystem has enough space.
I have 15GB device space, 1.1GB free space. I will have an error I guess ?
I use this version because it’s an (very) old VM of 2016/2017 and I remember than it works.
I already cancel and schedul a deploy task.
@idiart33 Why do you use such an old version? Currently we have 1.5.6! I can’t even remember when 1.3.4 was still fresh.
What I see in the picture “Processing Partition: /dev/sda ()” makes me think that FOG is not able to properly deploy and re-read the partition table before it tries to deploy the data to the partitions.
Probably best if you cancel the task in the webUI, schedule a new one with debug enabled and step through the whole process manually. Take pictures of the whole process and post here. We might be able to find what’s wrong.
But this is just a quick idea. We really don’t know enough to be sure we can help you. The setup is way to old and we shouldn’t really spend time on digging up problems with such old versions. Possibly it’s just an error that was fixed long time ago.
The VM WITH Windows work. But I think I need more space on the server.
Is it possible to add more store ?
I have the 1.3.4 version
I resolve my tftp error.
I had change my IP config of the server. So it was the /etc/default/tftpd-hpa file the problem.
But when I start a vm since OS I have this :
@Sebastian-Roth Yes you’re right, it’s this file !
@idiart33 As well please post the contents of your
/etc/default/tftpd-hpa. I have a feeling that there is a miss-configuration in that.
@idiart33 What do you get when running the command
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There is proftpd.log file but no tftp log.
When I manually try to start it :
@idiart33 Ok is there a tftp log in /var/logs directory? There has to be a clue somewhere why the tftp server isn’t starting.
You could also try to manually start it to see if there is any usable hints.
cd /etc/init.d ./tftpd-hpa start
I don’t know what status 71 is, but I’m hoping it will tell us what it doesn’t like.
@george1421 STOP… I just looked at your previous posts “In the /tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg/default file I had a bad IP.” why is syslinux installed on this computer? FOG uses iPXE for its boot loader. This tells me you don’t have a standard FOG install. Are you installing FOG side by side with another opensource project?
I have apache2, mysql and php installed on this server.
I have my exam tomorrow so it’s very urgent !