Database Schema Installer / Updater keeps starting up everytime FOG is restarted

  • I am running a clean install of Ubuntu 14.04LTS with the latest FOG I did about 4 images and noticed the time was off by about 9 hours so I edit php.ini now when I restarted the computer when I go to the fog page it wants to rerun the installer Schema and keeps failing as its already done this is there some type of flag that needs to be turned on or off in a config file so it just loads the fog management section without thing it needs to update the schema again? Also checked the MySQL password is in the config file so that’s not the problem.

  • No, problem. I hope it works for you.

  • I will try this thanks for the info

  • In the more recent versions of ubuntu tftp starts before it grabs the IP address. If i remember correctly you can fix the tftp issue by editing /etc/rc.local file. Add in “/bin/sleep 30 && /etc/init.d/tftpd-hpa restart” with out quotes. This should restart tftp for you after a reboot.

  • Yeah that fixed it I am thinking Ubuntu 14.04 is having issues as I have never seen so many services not start up properly or my install is bad will no more once the new server gets here.

  • run from terminal “sudo service tftpd-hpa restart” and try again

  • Now it wont boot into the Ipxe which was working flawlessly till server restarted.

  • Ok I got it going by restarting MySQL not sure why it didn’t start up properly but it could be Ubuntu causing that problem as far as I can tell this new verison of Fog is way better than .32.