FOGFTP failed to rename file
At the close of uploading an image I get this error repeating:
FOGFTP failed to rename file Remote Path: /images/LenovoE520Laptop, Local path: /images/dev/f0def1ad9bdb, Error: ftp_rename(): Rename failed
[FONT=arial][RIGHT][B]Operating system[/B][/RIGHT] Ubuntu Linux 12.04.5
[RIGHT][B]Webmin version[/B][/RIGHT] 1.730
[RIGHT][B]Kernel and CPU[/B][/RIGHT] Linux 3.2.0-75-generic on x86_64[/FONT]
Did you change them in each of the folders to fog and root?
Mine had Me and root. I can’t upload an image.
The permissions were fog:root in /tftpboot but I changed them to fog:root in my images folder (/images) and it worked! Thanks!
[quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 45594, member: 7271”]The proper permissions should be:
[code]sudo chown -R fog:root /tftpboot[/code][/quote]
The proper permissions should be:
[code]sudo chown -R fog:root /tftpboot[/code]
Permissions are 777. The image is written to the temporary folder with the user and group as root. Is this correct? I expected the user and group to be www-data or fog.
Check your permissions on your /images folder.
In order to rename, it has to have write permissions.
Because you can READ (because imaging works), obviously the passwords are correct. It’s just permissions, probably.
I have the same issue. I’ve checked the password in .fogconfig and Config.class.php. I can log in as the fog user with the password in these files. I can also ftp to localhost with these credentials (user: fog) BUT I cannot rename in FTP using those credentials.
If I move the temporary folder pulling the image completes. I then move the image to where FOG expects it and can push the image with no problem.
I’m running FOG 1.2.0 on ubuntu 12.04 with Linux 3.13.0-44-generic x86_64
Storage Group set to default.
This used to happen when permissions in the images folder were wrong some people recently had issues because they forgot to choose a storage group for the image.