Multicast Deploy problem (FOG 1.2.0) #!im
Ubuntu 14.04.3, installed LAMP and SSH. Also installed a Minimal Gnome Core Desktop
@emijoa What OS are you running?
I tried updating using git earlier today, it failed when trying to start my-sql.
@emijoa You can upgrade depending on the OS you’re using. You’ll be installing what’s called FOG Trunk.
It works best on CentOS 7, Fedora 21+, and works ok on Ubuntu 14+ and Debian 8.
Here are the instructions, just pick a method:
I would advise you and everyone else to always backup their DB and Hosts via the instructions at the bottom of that article - not because I expect anything to break, but because it’s simply good practice to have backups of your data.
Okay, what steps do I follow to upgrade or do I need a fresh install?
@emijoa Would you be willing to try out the developmental version of FOG? It’s the pre-1.3.0 version.
I also get this error message, currently trying to multicast clients using HP ProBook 455, I had to change the boot file for the fog to work on these clients. I’ve tested the different files under tftpboot and found that the only ones that work are : undionly.kpxe.INTEL, ipxe.kkpxe, ipxe.kpxe
I’m trying to run an isolated fog server with a built in dhcp, currently fog 1.2.0
I’ve changed the time for booting to disk in boot menu.
The problem seems linked with a network problem on my clients. The ipxe boot file undionly.kpxe.INTEL was bricking my network adapters. I switched back to undionly.kpxe and everything is back to normal.
I’m trying to deploy an image using multicast. All machines boot normaly in fog but when they should launch partclone I have lines starting with “* #!im (xx min)” instead.
I can deploy my image normaly using unicast.
Does anyone know what this message mean?
Have you edited the init files at all? It looks like it’s receiving an “Invalid Macaddress” which is what #!im means.