Fog .32 issue



  • I’ve been using FOG for a while no with no issues. We recently received new machines we will be using for now on. I have no idea why, but these machines will boot to the menu, but when it attempts to mount file system it fails. I get an error: RPC: Remote system error - Network is unreachable
    mount: mounting 192.168.0.100:/images on /images failed: Bad file descriptor
    Error during failure notification:

    Then it just slowly moves up the screen. When I try to quick register, it does something similar without the mounting error, but it just sits there slowly moving up the screen while not gathering any information.

    It’s with this specific machine only, so I’m stumped.

    Any idea? I know the error is pretty vague, I’ve been googling for hours and I can’t find anything. I’m wondering if it’s a bios setting, as these are new machines with an updated bios with way more options.


  • Senior Developer

    @Dallas Caudell, post: 41659, member: 28406 said:

    I’ve been using FOG for a while no with no issues. We recently received new machines we will be using for now on. I have no idea why, but these machines will boot to the menu, but when it attempts to mount file system it fails. I get an error: RPC: Remote system error - Network is unreachable
    mount: mounting 192.168.0.100:/images on /images failed: Bad file descriptor
    Error during failure notification:

    Then it just slowly moves up the screen. When I try to quick register, it does something similar without the mounting error, but it just sits there slowly moving up the screen while not gathering any information.

    It’s with this specific machine only, so I’m stumped.

    Any idea? I know the error is pretty vague, I’ve been googling for hours and I can’t find anything. I’m wondering if it’s a bios setting, as these are new machines with an updated bios with way more options.

    What OS are you running? From the information I’m gathering it’s a Redhat Based distribution.

    Make sure rpcbind is running before nfs.

    chkconfig rpcbind on;
    service rpcbind start;
    chkconfig nfs on;
    service nfs start;
    

  • Senior Developer

    Assuming the title is correct, and you are running 0.32, please upgrade. It is very difficult for us to support old versions, especially all the way back to 0.32 as many things have changed since then. (We are on 1.2.0 as our latest stable release)


  • Testers

    What version of FOG are you using, on SVN versions some have had better luck with the GRUB menu option over the new default.


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