Fog wants to reinstall schema when machine rebooted
I’m working on installing Fog 1.2.0 on an Ubuntu 14.04 machine. The ubuntu machine is up to date, but has nothing other than SSH installed. I run the install script and everything seems to go ok. Once all the steps are complete, I can log in to the web UI. I can PXE boot a machine and register it, etc. If I reboot the Fog machine, it comes up, but when I visit the web UI, it tries to force me to do the schema install step again.
check if mysql is running
Yes, it is running. I found a bunch of errors in the mysql/error.log file indicating that InnoDB was having problems locking files.
Further digging seems to indicate that mysqld is configured to start twice. Once in /etc/init.d and once in /etc/init. Not sure where that is wired into the instal scripts, but apparently in 14.04, the mysql-server package installs the daemon control in /etc/init (upstart).
If somebody can point to where the init.d stuff is handled for Ubuntu, I will take a whack at modifying the scripts to handle the 14.04 case.
I am having the same issue on 14.04.
sudo service mysql stop && sudo service mysql start fixes it.
Also seems to cause (maybe unrelated, not sure?) issues with FOGMulticastManager