Snapins again



  • Hello,
    This is my story:
    fog 1.2.0, system ubuntu 13.10,
    fog fresh install and imported database, snapins from fog 0.32
    New fog server (1.2.0) for tests is running on different ip address the old one (0.32)
    When I’m trying send few snapins to client I receive error message all_snapins.pngsingle_snapin.pngservice_settings.pngclient_log.png



  • @Junkhacker, post: 34817, member: 21583 said:

    if you don’t want to keep the data for logging purposes, a quick thing to try would be truncating the tasks, stapinTasks, and snapinJobs tables
    Junkhacker you rock :)
    This advice solved the issue.
    All snapins and single snapin smoothly installed.
    Thanks a lot.


  • Developer

    if you don’t want to keep the data for logging purposes, a quick thing to try would be truncating the tasks, stapinTasks, and snapinJobs tables



  • @Junkhacker, post: 34745, member: 21583 said:

    exactly what did you import from the old server, and how?
    Hi Junkhacker
    on old fog server
    mysqldump -u root fog > /home/aaa/fog032.sql
    On new 1.2.0
    mysql -u root fog < /home/aaa/fog032.sql

    During login database schame was updated without errors.
    Then I add all machines to group and enabled service settings.
    And also copied snapins from old to new server to location /opt/fog/snapins/
    Regards.



  • I moved also my server from a virtual maschine to a physical server.
    I used the backup script from fog and copied the data to the same location on the physical server.

    Edit: The IP of the physical server is the same as in the virtual maschine.


  • Developer

    exactly what did you import from the old server, and how?



  • Same issue here.
    Since the update to the latest version fog doesnt install snapins properly.
    Today i deployed an image to a room with 25 pc’s and on only 2 pc’s of them the snapins get installed. On all other they are doing nothing.


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