Virtual Fog Setup Connection Error
I’m currently in a Systems Administration class at my university. I have decent amount of experience with fog in the class room and real world. I have gotten the fog server setup on ubuntu 12.04 desktop, my windows 7 enterprise client connects to it and i can see the PXE boot menu. However, when i queue a task to upload an image i get an error saying:
Then it says: Fatal Error: Failed to mount the NFS Volume.
Has anyone run into this error before or know a solution? Both the server and client are being hosted on VMware Workstation 10, both are using IDE HDDs, on a host-only network.
My physical machine has a intel 2500k sandybridge, 16gb ram, 1.5tb western digital HDD and 128gb Crucial SSD on a wired internet connection.
Thanks in advance for the help.
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Still getting that same error after restarting those services.
Thanks Tom, I’ll try that later tonight or tomorrow. I’m running 0.32
Tom Elliott last edited by
What version of FOG You using? 0.32, 0.33b?
My guess, is as you’re running on ubuntu you need to restart the services for nfs/portmap with:
[code]sudo service portmap restart
sudo service nfs-kernel-server restart[/code]
In addition, i can’t register hosts via the quick registration on the PXE boot menu. I have checked for the .mntcheck files and they are not there. I did
[B]touch /images/dev/.mntcheck [/B]
[B]touch /images/.mntcheck [/B]
but this didn’t change anything.[B][/B]