"Disk Information" and "Image Size: ON SERVER" not showing any data



  • I’m running FOG 1.1.2 on Ubuntu 12.04 and am having problems with the connection between my FOG server and NFS server. The connection is functional and images can be uploaded, deployed, and viewed from the FOG server to the NFS server. The only problem I’m having is that on the ‘Home’ page, the NFS server does not show its disk info, though the defaultmember disk space is shown.

    This case is also true on the "image management’ tab. The local defaultmember image size is shown under “Image Size: ON SERVER” but for images stored on my NFS server, the size says “0.00 GiB”


  • Senior Developer

    On your storagenodes are all settings correct?

    In their respective config.php/Config.class.php are they able to connect to the database properly? Are their paths correct on the server? Are the permissions for those paths correct?



  • bump



  • Disk space reports for the fog server itself, but not the nfs server. Even though both node’s image files are accessible and will deploy and upload without an issue.



  • Does disk space not report then for either storage node?



  • What exactly do you mean by database settings? And I have two storage nodes, one is the fog server itself, another is an Ubuntu desktop computer packed with storage. We just kind of pick whichever we’re in the mood to push the image to.


  • Senior Developer

    Can you check the storage nodes and make sure the database settings are correct on each of the nodes? Or is this the only node?



  • So back to my question, does anyone know how to get the chart working? It seems cosmetic, but I really would like to know when I need more storage.


  • Developer

    0.32 was partimage and 1.0+ is partclone



  • Okay, so I see that it enables the choice for partimage/partclone. What’s the difference?


  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“NDNtech, post: 31494, member: 23658”]I didn’t mention this and probably should have, but this feature has never worked for as long as I’ve been the manager of this server (it was passed to me). I came from 0.32 just yesterday. Will this setting enable the pie chart and image size on server info?[/quote]

    It’s unlikely to fix the server display information, though I don’t have a full clue as to why it’s not working. My only guess is you have erroneous nodes on the system pointing to the same place? I don’t know and for that i’m sorry.



  • I didn’t mention this and probably should have, but this feature has never worked for as long as I’ve been the manager of this server (it was passed to me). I came from 0.32 just yesterday. Will this setting enable the pie chart and image size on server info?


  • Senior Developer

    It’s called FOG_FOGMAT_FLAG_IN_GUI now. Under General Settings.



  • Kelly: where’s that setting at? I don’t see it in FOG Settings



  • you can also enable, [SIZE=2][FONT=Ubuntu][COLOR=#555555]FOG_LEGACY_FLAG_IN_GUI under FOG System Settings for [/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE][FONT=Ubuntu][COLOR=#555555]compatibility[/COLOR][/FONT][SIZE=2][FONT=Ubuntu][COLOR=#555555] with images captured on .32 and older[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]



  • If you upgraded from 0.32 and below with images using partimage the image size information is sometimes incorrect. I fixed this by deploying and re-uploading with partclone.



  • Make sure your IP address is set to look at your NFS server in FOG Settings, and that it’s set to the correct folder on that server. Don’t forget to check username and password also, I believe that’s required. These are answers off the top of my head, I’m no FOG expert by any means by the way. Lol



  • Im having the same problem however I also cannot roll out the images to the workstations as it says there isnt one available. Any ideas?


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