I have setup FOG on a Ubuntu 12.04 server and PXE boot freezes giving many random characters such as
" [2.670399] <co 00 01 00 c0"
The server seems be running correctly, the image has been created and task started. The only thing I noticed was that homepage dashboard does not show Disk Information. It says "failed to connect to DefaultMember.’
I have double checked that all redirects are set correctly to the secondary drive, “/media/ImageDisk/” yet it does not detect it either.
tsnowtttc last edited by
That worked perfectly, thanks Tom!
You probably downloaded the 64 bit kernel.
Try the following:
mv bzImage bzImage.2014MAR31
wget -O bzImage --no-check-certificate https://mastacontrola.com/fogboot/kernel/bzImage32[/code]
tsnowtttc last edited by
I saw a similar panic to the one originally mentioned in this thread, so I downloaded the kernel that Tom linked. However, now I get a new issue:
[CODE]request_module: runaway loop modprobe binfmt464c
Starting init: /sbin/init exists but couldn’t execute it (error -8)
request_module: runaway loop modprobe binfmt464c
Starting init: /bin/sh exists but couldn’t execute it (error -8)
Kernel panic - not syncing: No working init found. Try passing init= option to kernel[/CODE]
This occurs when trying to perform full host inventory of a Dell Optiplex 3020, with Fog 0.32
Tyler Coan last edited by
I was having a similar issue as was posted here. Got kernel panics trying to register a HP ProDesk 600 G1 SFF.
Using the kernel you posted solved my issue. Thank you so much. Great to find an answer by using the search on the forum.
I ended up re-installing FOG but OS kept giving other problems extracting files, and connecting to network so, am re-installing server version of Ubuntu 12.04 .
Can you run:
Still unable to resolve.
Okay, try again.
I had to reboot both of my routers. I was testing multicast and it brought down my network.
No go. ‘Name or service not known. Unable to resolve host address <… >’
Try again, dns for somereason was lost, fixed now.
The process finished. W-get for the kernel was unable to resolve host address for your site .
no, I am installing wget. …28% at the moment.
Correction, I am updating packages, and it is barely at 42%.
And you’re behind a very slow internet connection?
I don’t have the fastest of upload speeds, but they are 5MB, plenty enough that a normal download of my kernel should take about 5 minutes (max). It’s only just shy of 6 MB
Fresh install. What I mean to say is,
is it a FOG .32 issue or more a kernel corruption issue?
The original system is giving problems and I decided to rebuild a new one (the one we are discussing).
How did you upgrade your system?
Did you just upgrade or create a new “Fresh” install?
‘sudo apt-get update’ failed. with many file not found messages.
‘sudo apt-get install wget’ is updating but is barely on 9%.
Would you recommend just re-installing FOG. This is the production server. The downtime has extended too far now. Would you recommend circling back to .29?
try prepending with sudo, I updated the code.
The next thing, make sure wget is actually install.
[code]sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install wget[/code]
message ‘failed. Name or service unknown.’
I just updated it, sorry thinking of wget where I wanted a check