FTP Error in FOG 1.0.1



  • I have a strange error I cannot resolve. This error occurs when downloading a kernel and it throws this error.

    FOGFTP: Failed to rename file. Remote Path: /var/www/fog/service/ipxe/backup/bzImage3.8.820140513_230733, Local Path: /var/www/fog/service/ipxe/bzImage3.8.8, Error: ftp_rename(): RNFR command failed.

    Downloading kernel 3.8.8 trying to rename to bzImage3.8.8.



  • Kernel updates are now working for me on CentOS 6.5 after installing subversion 17?? On Friday.

    These instructions were helpful:

    [url]http://fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/SVN[/url]



  • Thanks for your answer Tom.
    Now I have tried the bzImage that comes by default (3.14.3) and it works without errors.
    Thanks anyway.

    Regards.

    Frank


  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“Frank, post: 28190, member: 691”]Hi again,
    now I realized that the downloaded kernel goes to /tmp, so I can move from there to ipxe.
    Anyway my client don’t start bzImage giving a “Kernel panic - not syncing; No init found.”.
    Aaarggg!!
    Any ideas Tom? Please!

    Thanks in advance![/quote]

    What kernel are you downloading? It does go to /tmp first on your webserver, but if you’re trying to download an x86 kernel and it’s trying to boot a 64 bit init, it will cause a kernel panic because the kernel doesn’t know how to interpret the init.



  • Hi again,
    now I realized that the downloaded kernel goes to /tmp, so I can move from there to ipxe.
    Anyway my client don’t start bzImage giving a “Kernel panic - not syncing; No init found.”.
    Aaarggg!!
    Any ideas Tom? Please!

    Thanks in advance!



  • Hi Tom,
    I have ubuntu too. Where have I to put de “sudo” in?
    In case using wget to get the kernel as you suggent in the FAQ, what filename must I use to get de 39.1 kernel? I can not list them to know it. What are the rules to name them?
    Thanks in advance.

    Frank



  • FYI - currently getting a similar message under CentOS 6.5 after a message flashed briefly that the download was complete.

    FOGFTP: Failed to rename file. Remote Path: /var/www/html/fog/service/ipxe/backup/3142TEX6420140521_172900, Local Path: /var/www/html/fog/service/ipxe/3142TEX64, Error: ftp_rename(): RNFR command failed.

    -FOG Version 1.0.1
    -OS Version CentOS 6.5 (minimal install + base and a few others)
    -Apache error logs show nothing useful on this
    -Not finding applicable content on forums
    -Fresh test build on CentOS 6.5 in hopes of using GUI for Kernel updates. It is strictly a convenience. I will happily use wiki’s manual method linked in Tom’s signature if it means imaging stays working!

    Thanks for all your hard work Tom and others!!


  • Senior Developer

    That’s because, you’re choice, you’re using Ubuntu. I’m aware of the issue, but have not been able to to come up with a very elegant solution yet.

    Use the last link in my signature if you need to update your kernel.

    If I “fix” the issue so Ubuntu works, imaging becomes broken. Seeing as this software is more designed to image, I think I need to make sure that part operates before Web GUI kernel updates.



  • Ok so I have updated to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS same issues with kernel updates through the web gui.



  • I think i am going to go down the same road and install centOS



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 27263, member: 7271”]I’m not saying you should or shouldn’t. But I know it works on Centos 6.5. That said, I don’t think GUI Kernel Updating is the highest on the priority list.

    Not saying I want to keep it in a broken state, just saying there’s alternate means to update your kernel.

    For example, the last line in my signature will do it.[/quote]

    Ya I think I will just dump ubuntu and go with CentOS I am using it for Zenoss Server and working beautifully although some of the commands are diifferent than I’m use to. Thanks.


  • Senior Developer

    I’m not saying you should or shouldn’t. But I know it works on Centos 6.5. That said, I don’t think GUI Kernel Updating is the highest on the priority list.

    Not saying I want to keep it in a broken state, just saying there’s alternate means to update your kernel.

    For example, the last line in my signature will do it.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 27090, member: 7271”]It’s because you’re running Ubuntu.[/quote]
    Should I just dump Ubuntu Server and run CentoOS?



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 27090, member: 7271”]It’s because you’re running Ubuntu.[/quote]
    I’m running ubuntu 12.04, fog 1.0.1, error logs are pointing to an error in /var/fog/management/index.php line 72 this is directly related to the kernel update through the gui.



  • [quote=“Wolfbane8653, post: 27106, member: 3362”]Seeeeeee TOOOOOMMMMMMM""""SSSSSSS [I][U][B]signature[/B][/U][/I] and update your kernals this way on Ubuntu machines!

    you may need to add [B]sudo[/B] infront of these commands[/quote]

    I tried that from the Webpage. Under FOG Configuration -> Kernel Update, there you can choose a kernel and then it asks you for the bzImage name. I think this should not work now, but later in a future update of FOG?


  • Developer

    Seeeeeee TOOOOOMMMMMMM""""SSSSSSS [I][U][B]signature[/B][/U][/I] and update your kernals this way on Ubuntu machines!

    you may need to add [B]sudo[/B] infront of these commands

    [QUOTE][SIZE=12px]Have you searched the forums for your issue yet?[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=12px]Have you checked the [/SIZE][URL=‘http://fogproject.org/wiki’][SIZE=12px]wiki[/SIZE][/URL][SIZE=12px] yet?[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=12px]Kernel Issues: [/SIZE][URL=‘http://fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/FAQ’][SIZE=12px]http://fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/FAQ[/SIZE][/URL][/QUOTE]



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 27090, member: 7271”]It’s because you’re running Ubuntu.[/quote]

    Do you mean some problem with permissions?


  • Senior Developer

    It’s because you’re running Ubuntu.



  • I can confirm this error on my side too. Tried latest revision 1687.


 

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