FogScheduler seems to have Startup Problems
another issue i address with 1.1.2 is that i have the feeling that the FogScheduler isn’t running well after a system Startup, i created some Scheduled test uploads and the Computers doesnt wakeup until i restarted the FOGScheduler Service after every reboot of the Fog machine.
The Strange thing is i can see that the FOGScheduler is starting while ubuntu boots, but for some kind of reason something went wrong or it crashes after a short time.
Every time i restart the Scheduler Service Planned Tasks will run immediatelly.
why isn’t the project driving your recommendations? grrr ;)
i really want to have fog this time running well i tried a first run with 0.32 and was working hard on it but in the end it was useless for our business. This will be the second run i want fog so hardly for a nice automated backup of workstations.
I’d give it a show.
Basically I’m only allowing the rc.local to startup the mysql service, which is likely failing due to the similar tftpd-hpa where it’s booting before a network device is available.
I’d also recommend disabling bootup start of FOGMulticastManager FOGScheduler FOGImageReplicator as well, and have the start after the mysql is started
should i do both changes you address on your github account?
[CODE]sudo su -
mv ibdata1 ibdata1.bak
mv ib_logfile0 ib_logfile0.bak
mv ib_logfile1 ib_logfile1.bak
cp -a ibdata1.bak ibdata1
cp -a ib_logfile0.bak ib_logfile0
cp -a ib_logfile1.bak ib_logfile1
service mysql restart
sudo update-rc.d mysql disable[/CODE]
Edit the /etc/rc.local file before the exit 0; line add:
[CODE]sleep 30 && start mysql[/CODE]
too bad i allready found that link to your github issues ;) i didn’t realized that this i my problem, i also have allready a link in my link list to this url :D
There is a work around and a “kind of” solution for the problem.
I have a write up on my github clone on it.
I was just driving in, hence the “bad” translation.
isn’t there any workaround to it? That problem sounds like a timing problem.
There is a known issue where my sequel has a similar start a problem to T FTP issues even in Ubuntu 13.10