Can capture but can´t deploy
I am running Fog 1.5.9 in Debian 10 and i have a problem to deploy a image to host.
First, but i wanted to use our QNAP to save/ upload our images, so i configured it in this way:
I can delete, write and move in the directory images/ and images/dev, this was checked with user “fog” (It was created during the Debian instalation) and root user.
We know that the capture did it right because we can see the host mac address in /mages/dev and the name of image “Prueba” in /images.
Finally when i deploy have this error:
How can said “Unable to locate image store” when Fog captured successfully the image a few minutes ago?? I don’t undestand.
Please help me!
Adding aditional configuration info:
- If i unmount the QNAP nfs storage fog work well… and save the images in local storage.
@adrian-a since you are using a qnap device you might consider converting it into a FOG Storage node. You will give up some flexability but in a way you will make the qnap device the storage location for FOG. Here is an overview. https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/10973/add-a-nas-qnap-ts-231-as-a-storage-node-fog-v1-4
Just one limitation, if you use a qnap device as a storage node AND have all of your data on the qnap device, FOG will not replicate these image files to other storage nodes. Only a full FOG server can become a master node in the storage group.
@adrian-a This is a known restriction of NFS itself. You cannot export stuff via NFS that is mounted from somewhere else via NFS.