Images staying in DEV folder in IMAGES
Hi all ubuntu 14.01 64 SVN 2866…trying to upload a image and it completes perfect but the image stays in a numbered folder in the dev folder in the images folder. Have resinatlled fog, updated it, and it still wont work. Im loath to start all over again with fresh everything as taken lots of tweaking to get it right.
Have applied all the chown and 777 perms to the folder found in this forum. Still no cigar - what to do ? thanks guys
(summary of resolution)
- Edit the /etc/vsftpd.conf and append: seccomp_sandbox=NO and restart the service (sudo service vsftpd restart)
- Adding password to storage node in the gui
- Fixing schema table with “sudo dpkg-reconfigure mysql-server-5.5”
- Retry upload tasks
----it now uploads and makes the appropriate folder in IMAGES as intended and not the “dev” folder; aka, it’s working again!!!----
yeah re did upload task - and deleted any thing from dev lngering from before
Also just saw in the storage node settings password was blank
added passowrd and thats when the schema table broke up
oh man now ive got this AGAIN lol
Database Schema Installer / Updater
Your FOG database schema is not up to date, either because you have updated FOG or this is a new FOG installation. If this is a upgrade, we highly recommend that you backup your FOG database before updating the schema (this will allow you to return the previous installed version).
constant problem for me might just re install - is ubuntu best or is there btter?
Did you try re uploading the image after this? It’s not going to magically move the image because you make this change but should fix future uploads. This assumes that the fog username and password for the fog server is good.
Did that but same thing - restarted service too - might reboot and try again !
From the sounds of it, you’re running a version of vsftpd that requires the use of seccomp_sandbox=NO for things to magically start working.
Edit the /etc/vsftpd.conf and append: seccomp_sandbox=NO and restart the service (sudo service vsftpd restart) and see if this helps fix your issues.