IPXE - default.ipxe - download issues
Ok, I find this an odd issue that I cannot work out.
This has been going on since I installed fog but I did get a work around going using pxelinux (temp fix)
What seems to be happening is that the tftp-server does not want to allow downloading of the default.ipxe file.
SELinux and iptables are disabled so that isn’t the issue.
When trying to download the default.ipxe file I am seeing the error (/var/log/messages)
[CODE]in.tftpd: tftpd: read(ack): Connection refused[/CODE]
What is odd is if I move the /tftpboot/default.ipxe file to /tftpboot/default or /tftpboot/default.txt or /tftpboot/default.ipxe.0 I can download the file at the new location. if I create a new file called default.ipxe I cannot download this new file, if I move it to another location I can download it fine. Permissions are all correct as far as I can tell.
Not sure if this is a bug with tftpserver or some other issue I cannot work out.
I’d rather get this fixed so when doing fog upgrades I can update without having to move my fixes back into place.
Tom Elliott last edited by
Is it reporting, Console error, then the IO error?
After testing this for about an hour and downloading every file but the default.ipxe I worked out it was the client.
I tried this on several machines with the same error tested it with a different client and it works fine.
I thought I was on to something but I’m still getting the original error 0x3d126001 (Error: Inappropriate I/O control operation)
what is the output of ls -a in /tftpboot ?