Solved Fog hangs while trying to upload
@Scootframer To verify what it is first, run
ps aux | grep 2643. Then run
kill -9 2643to forcefully kill it.
@lukebarone Thanks for all the assistance on this issue. When I issue the ./installfog.sh it runs through until I get a message that account “fogproject” already exist. Tried to run userdel fogproject, like it recommends and message says “user fogproject is currently used by process 2643”.
@Scootframer Oh good!
Anyways, I would try the latest
dev-branchand see if the issue persists. If not, then we would start looking at the logs on the server.
@lukebarone I believe I typed 3.9GB instead of 3.9TB. My apologies.
@Scootframer On your server, navigate to the folder you downloaded fog to, and run
git checkout dev-branch. Then, re-run the
./bin/installfog.shscript to install the latest version.
If you only have 3.9 GB of free space, I’m going to guess that it’s running out of space before it can set the permissions (but someone else would have to verify that for me). The partitions are supposed to be saved into that dev folder until captured, then it gets moved over and renamed.
@lukebarone Thanks for the response. I have 3.9GB available on this Dell Server.
I remoted in to my Images folder and noticed a dev directory. Under that directory is indeed a4bb6d84ebf4. There is no contents in the folder. Is this supposed to be there?
Not sure how to check the version in the branch? I am pretty new to Linux but enjoying the heck out of it so far!
@Scootframer Can you confirm you’re using the latest FOG version in the
How full is your
/imagespartition/drive? Is it a local drive on your server or an NFS mount? Does
/images/a4bb6d84ebf4exist on your server?