Latest FOG 0.33b


  • Senior Developer

    This is expected. The reason for it to “I don’t appear to the be group manager.” Is the IP of your fog server is not the same as the IP of the NAS. So it is NOT the group manager for that particular node. For everything else, however, it should be perfectly fine.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 24338, member: 7271”]I’m still confused. Is Storage_NAS the master node in the Default group?[/quote]
    To put it simply, when Storage_NAS is the master node in the Default group, the scheduler say: I don’t appear to be the group manager, I will check back later.


  • Developer

    When I do a fresh install under Centos and I update the DB from the browser, I have problems with the SQLs. It’s easy solve it:

    [CODE]138c138
    < “INSERT INTO " . DATABASE_NAME . ".users VALUES (’’,‘fog’, MD5(‘password’),‘0000-00-00 00:00:00’,’’)”,

    “INSERT INTO " . DATABASE_NAME . ".users (uName,uPass, uCreateDate, uCreateBy) VALUES (‘fog’, MD5(‘password’),‘0000-00-00 00:00:00’,’’)”,
    140c140
    < “INSERT INTO " . DATABASE_NAME . ".supportedOS VALUES (’’,’”._(“Windows XP”)."’, ‘1’)",


    “INSERT INTO " . DATABASE_NAME . ".supportedOS (osName,osValue) VALUES (’”._(“Windows XP”)."’, ‘1’)",
    142c142
    < “INSERT INTO " . DATABASE_NAME . ".schemaVersion VALUES (’’,‘1’)”


    “INSERT INTO " . DATABASE_NAME . ".schemaVersion (vValue) VALUES (‘1’)”
    147c147
    < “INSERT INTO " . DATABASE_NAME . ".supportedOS VALUES (’’,’”._(“Windows Vista”)."’, ‘2’)",


    “INSERT INTO " . DATABASE_NAME . ".supportedOS (osName,osValue) VALUES (’”._(“Windows Vista”)."’, ‘2’)",
    257c257
    < “INSERT INTO " . DATABASE_NAME . ".supportedOS VALUES (’’,‘Other’, ‘99’)”,


    “INSERT INTO " . DATABASE_NAME . ".supportedOS (osName,osValue) VALUES (‘Other’, ‘99’)”,
    844c844
    < (ngmMemberName, ngmMemberDescription, ngmIsMasterNode, ngmGroupID, ngmRootPath, ngmIsEnabled, ngmHostname, ngmMaxClients, ngmUser, ngmPass )


               (ngmMemberName, ngmMemberDescription, ngmIsMasterNode, ngmGroupID, ngmRootPath, ngmIsEnabled, ngmHostname, ngmMaxClients, ngmUser, ngmPass, ngmKey )
    

    846c846
    < (‘DefaultMember’, ‘"._(“Auto generated fog nfs group member”)."’, ‘1’, ‘1’, ‘/images/’, ‘1’, ‘" . STORAGE_HOST . "’, ‘10’, ‘" . STORAGE_FTP_USERNAME . "’, ‘" . STORAGE_FTP_PASSWORD . "’ )",

               ('DefaultMember', '"._("Auto generated fog nfs group member")."', '1', '1', '/images/', '1', '" . STORAGE_HOST . "', '10', '" . STORAGE_FTP_USERNAME . "', '" . STORAGE_FTP_PASSWORD . "','' )",[/CODE]
    

    In these insert SQLs you must put the column names. In the last one, you must add the ‘ngmKey’ column


  • Senior Developer

    r1347 released.

    More changes, namely to the BootMenu.class.php. We’ve added some elements to make it that much more similar to the “old” pxe system. Hidden menu displays the key sequence, once the key sequence is hit, it presents a login screen. Debug mode is now only accessible if HiddenMenu is enabled AND the keysequence/auth scheme are met. This is because giving, basically, anybody inherit access to debug can be pretty dangerous.

    There were a few more revision changes that basically implemented this and fixed a few other areas on the BootMenu.class.php file. Just giving you all a heads up.


  • Senior Developer

    I’m still confused. Is Storage_NAS the master node in the Default group?



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 24333, member: 7271”]It’s not multiple master nodes. It multiple groups.

    If you move the Storage_NAS into the Default group (as you’re using the server off of the default group) and make the Storage_NAS as master, all should work.[/quote]
    I’ve moved the Storage_NAS into the Default group, but now when i upload a image of the host it doesn’t write into the NAS under folder /volume1/images but it’s write in the first time to the DefaultMember in folder /images.

    When i’ve a other group, it’s write directly to the Storage_NAS under folder /volume1/images


  • Senior Developer

    It’s not multiple master nodes. It multiple groups.

    If you move the Storage_NAS into the Default group (as you’re using the server off of the default group) and make the Storage_NAS as master, all should work.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 24314, member: 7271”]r1343 released.

    Fixes path display on Image Management Page, if you have multiple master nodes. It would only display the first node it found which would typically be the first ID in the sequence. It now pulls the master node based on the Group ID.[/quote]
    If i ave multiple master nodes the service sheduler log : I don’t appear to be the group manager, I will check back later.



  • I do not know if I speak well, this is what I want:

    [U]Here’s what I have:[/U]

    • Storage Group = default,
      in this Group -> Storage Node = DefaultMember
      image path = /images
      IP = 172.16.8.44

    (This group does me nothing)

    • Storage Group = NAS
      in this Group -> Storage Node = Storage_NAS
      image path = /volume1/images
      IP = 172.16.8.43

    (this is where I want to save, it’s NAS Synology)

    How to make:

    1. The Scheduler works (because it does not work when it is Storage_NAS in master)
    2. If I do not put in the master Storage_NAS but DefaultMember the Scheduler works, but I is not the path / volume1/images in the configuration file.


  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 24291, member: 7271”]
    FOG_TFTP_PXE_CONFIG_DIR is no longer really required as we’ve moved the pxelinux.cfg directory to /var/www/fog/service/ipxe. The “config” is done dynamically from the boot.php/BootMenu.class.php files. Tasks aren’t “saved” anywhere anymore so we don’t need to ftp the 01-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX files anymore.
    FOG_TFTP_PXE_KERNEL_DIR should be set based on the variables during install time. If it’s not set, I don’t know why. However, this should be set to /var/www/fog/service/ipxe
    FOG_TFTP_PXE_KERNEL should only contain “bzImage” as iPXE uses relative links. So when it chains to iPXE, it’s chaining to [url]http://{fogserverip}/service/ipxe/boot.php[/url]

    The relative location in full form when loading bzImage and init.xz would then be:
    [url]http://{fogserverip}/service/ipxe/{bzImage,init.xz}[/url]

    The location of the init.xz and bzImage files is in: /var/www/fog/service/ipxe which is why you set the KERNEL_DIR parameter to that folder. If for some reason permissions weren’t setup properly, this folder should be chown -R fog.root /var/www/fog/service/ipxe
    [/quote]

    Thank you for all these explanations, you made many interesting changes since 0.32… I better understand how it all fits.

    I only changed my DHCP server to use “undionly.kpxe” : when I started my test computer, it started with the fog kernel. It didn’t clone this computer (maybe because it’s an “Advanced Format Drive”), but cloning is ok with classic disks.

    Many thanks :)


  • Senior Developer

    If you want NAS as the master storage node for the default group, it’s perfectly fine to set it, just remember to uncheck the defaultMember’s master status.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 24323, member: 7271”]And, I’m assuming your changing the Storage_NAS group to default and not trying to change the Group Name NAS to default?[/quote]
    This conf is ok ? If i want use a NAS for the Storage ?

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  • Senior Developer

    And, I’m assuming your changing the Storage_NAS group to default and not trying to change the Group Name NAS to default?


  • Senior Developer

    Which scheduler service says “I don’t appear to be the group manager, I will check back later”?

    When you’re changing the Storage Group for nas, to default, make sure it isn’t set to default node!



  • r1344

    When i put my Storage NAS in master :

    1°) The Scheduler service in log message say : “I don’t appear to be the group manager, I will check back later”
    2°) If I change the Storage Group for NAS to default and i Update, the upate fail !



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 24314, member: 7271”]r1343 released.

    Fixes path display on Image Management Page, if you have multiple master nodes. It would only display the first node it found which would typically be the first ID in the sequence. It now pulls the master node based on the Group ID.[/quote]

    And so the “scheduler” will work ?


  • Senior Developer

    r1343 released.

    Fixes path display on Image Management Page, if you have multiple master nodes. It would only display the first node it found which would typically be the first ID in the sequence. It now pulls the master node based on the Group ID.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 24309, member: 7271”]The way the path get’s specified is by the isMaster AND isEnabled node. So if your NAS is simply a storage node, but is not labeled as Master, (there can only be on master node within a group) it will display whichever node is the master which my guess is currently your FOG Server. The FOG Server’s storage path is /images/[/quote]
    If i specify my NAS is the Master the scheduler say “I don’t appear to be the group manager, I will check back later.” and do not work


  • Senior Developer

    In the picture, the Storage_NAS does NOT have the Master Node checkbox checked!



  • [B]Storage Node Storage Group IP Address Image Path[/B]
    DefaultMember default 172.16.8.43 /images
    Storage_NAS NAS 172.16.8.44 /volume1/images


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