Volume not found: cant read the following volume file



  • [ATTACH=full]253[/ATTACH] When i do a pxe boot and do a full register, then the boot asks if i want to image the machine…i choose yes.

    after it gets through all the initial setup, it comes to a screen that cant read the following file.

    I am a linux novice so any help would be great!

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/0/253_fog1.jpg?:"]fog1.jpg[/url]



  • [QUOTE]The problem is the version of PHP that is installed is much newer than the FOG code.

    [url]http://fogproject.org/forum/threads/cannot-create-tasks-task-manager-blank.3823/[/url]

    summary: a small amount of code used by FOG was deprecated when it was released and is now unsupported. In the file you need to replace all function calls that pass &$tmp with just $tmp. [/QUOTE]

    That’s news to me :) Good to know.

    For the TFTP problem try [B]sudo service tftpd-hpa restart[/B] and see if that solves your problem



  • it worked!!! now i had a tftp timeout on pxe boot…>LOL


  • Moderator

    The problem is the version of PHP that is installed is much newer than the FOG code.

    [url]http://fogproject.org/forum/threads/cannot-create-tasks-task-manager-blank.3823/[/url]

    summary: a small amount of code used by FOG was deprecated when it was released and is now unsupported. In the file you need to replace all function calls that pass &$tmp with just $tmp.



  • odd…it looks like it is 8.1 kb…i went in to the file and there seems to be HTML in it…



  • that would be the index.php located in /var/www/fog/management, I guess how big is that file on your machine? I don’t know why the button wouldn’t be showing up



  • im using fog .032 and ubuntu 12.10



  • ok…got it…so where is the button?? LOL!



  • Step 4 would be where the problem is, you should have a button that says upload image that you need to click.



  • ok, here is what i have done step for step.

    1. booted to the pxe menu, and did a quick registration.
    2. made sure that i had a my image in image management set up.
    3. went to host management - list all hosts - selected the only host ive registered - selected the host image and host OS (XP)
    4. went to basic tasks on the left pane - selected upload - this brought me to a task management window underneath the title it was a blank space
    5. rebooted the host pxe. - went to the pxe menu 3 seconds times out and went right to windows splash screen and then to windows…
    6. no image created—i would assume.

    im sure this is user error somewhere…



  • ah ok, now we are getting it figured out. Like Chad-Bisd said, the question at the end is if you want to push and existing image to a machine. So to upload a machine, make sure you have one ready that you want to image. Then log into the web interface and go to Host Management > List All Hosts > Select the machine that you’ve registered and want to upload > Make sure your image is selected > Basic Tasks > Upload image. Then PXE boot the machine and it’ll upload your image.



  • no i did not upload an image this is what i am trying to do. when you do a full registration the last question is do you want to upload an image now…i answer yes…and then thats when i get the problems…am i just brain dead and gong about this in all the wrong way?



  • Can you confirm that you actually uploaded an image to FOG? looks like everything in the debug is ok, at least from what I can see, but i’m by no means the best at deciphering it all, but it all looks ok. Can you try uploading another image and see if it shows up in the /images folder?



  • [ATTACH=full]257[/ATTACH] i ran a debug in the pxe boot, and came up with the sytstem stopping at this: rtnetlink answers file exists

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/0/257_fog4.jpg?:"]fog4.jpg[/url]



  • @kevin V=
    password is actually set to password, i kept the defualt username and password alone until i can things running smoothly.

    as i am a linux novice could you give me the code to accomplish this?

    thank you!


  • Moderator

    after you defined the image, did you actually upload an image from a client before trying to image the machine? The image question at the end of the full registration is asking if you want to download and overwrite the client with a stored image, not if you want to upload this client to the image file.



  • It might be a permission issue. From that last pic, your management password is set to password. Did you just change that for the pic, or did you actually change it on the server. There are a few spots you would need to check to make sure the right passwords are in the right config files. Also, if it is a permission issue, you can always try chmodding the folder/image to something like 777.



  • sorry wrong screen…[ATTACH=full]255[/ATTACH]

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/0/255_fog3.JPG?:"]fog3.JPG[/url]



  • image files are saved at 10.1.7.133 which is my fog server ip, the path is simply /images/

    [ATTACH=full]254[/ATTACH]

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/0/254_fog2.JPG?:"]fog2.JPG[/url]



  • If there isn’t an image there, I would check your “test” image from the “Image Management” portion of FOG. This should tell you right where you image is stored, and if need-be, you can move the image to the /images folder.


 

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