Modify path /images to /home ???



  • Hi, my question is this, how can I change the path where the images are saved Fog Debian ??? Currently are being saved to / and as I am working on a virtual machine, I have no more room there, and I have almost all the / home free …

    First of all, it’s my first experience with Debian and Fog.

    Thank you very much !!!



  • Well, what I need to do is the following:

    I need to add a new path for saving the images, it must be / home / Fog / image.

    I add in Storage Management, but does not allow me to modify “Management username” and “Management passwords”, I understand that here I put the user and pass the TFTP not?

    Ultimately I would need to explain how to create a new path for saving the images.

    Thank you very much !!!


  • Developer

    If you wonder about how to test mounting NFS from another computer, see here:
    [url]http://fogproject.org/forum/threads/problem-with-permission-denied-after-fog-server-restart.12503/#post-42999[/url]


  • Senior Developer

    I tried helping, but I don’t know the exact issue. Is FOG able to mount the NFS or not? What’s in the /etc/exports file?

    Is the nfs service running? Is it exporting the filesystems properly? What have you done?



  • Any idea how to do this ??? Some guidance or help ??? I hope your answers !!! Thank you very much !!!



  • I tell them, turned to leave the path / images in the Storage Management and I believe smoothly image …

    To change the / images for / home / images try to mount the / home / images in / images and here is where I throw permission denied.

    As achieve that images are stored in / home / images ???

    Thank you very much !!!



  • [B]service rpcbind status[/B]
    [ ok ] rpcbind is running.



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  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“Eze84d, post: 42843, member: 28734”]DEBIAN: 7.8.0
    FOG: 1.2.0

    /data/images/.mntcheck and /data/images/dev/.mntcheck exist? --> No such file or directory.
    [/quote]

    Run [code]sudo touch /data/images/.mntcheck; sudo touch /data/images/dev/.mntcheck[/code]
    [quote=“Eze84d, post: 42843, member: 28734”]
    Are the permissions as: chmod -R 777 /data/images? --> You can not access: /data/images? No such file or directory.[/quote] Either you can’t access it because it doesn’t exist, or you can’t access it because you don’t have permissions.
    [code] sudo chmod -R 777 /data/images #to make accessible by anybody[/code]

    If it doesn’t exist, then you either need to link, or change back to /images
    [quote=“Eze84d, post: 42843, member: 28734”]
    selinux disabled? In any installation guide FOG 1.2.0 I was saying that I had to turn it off … not know how to do[/quote]
    In the guide, it should tell you how. However this is not needed for debian
    [quote=“Eze84d, post: 42843, member: 28734”]
    rpcbind running? --> As I check this ??[/quote][code]sudo service rpcbind status[/code]

    Please post your FOG install log. --> Where I find this file?[/quote]Read my signature.



  • [quote=“Wayne Workman, post: 42839, member: 28155”]What is the version of Debian?
    What version of FOG?

    Copied from Tom’s Posts:

    does
    /data/images/.mntcheck and /data/images/dev/.mntcheck exist?
    Are the permissions as: chmod -R 777 /data/images?

    selinux disabled?

    rpcbind running?

    What’s the boot file look like? in a browser, Replace <ipoffogserver> & <macaddressofclientintask> with appropriate data. Mac addresses include colons.
    This is the address:
    [URL=‘http://%3Cipoffogserver%3E/fog/service/boot.php?mac=%3Cmacaddressofclientintask%3E’]http://<ipoffogserver>/fog/service/boot.php?mac=<macaddressofclientintask>[/URL]

    Please post your FOG install log.

    Thanks,
    Wayne[/quote]

    DEBIAN: 7.8.0
    FOG: 1.2.0

    /data/images/.mntcheck and /data/images/dev/.mntcheck exist? --> No such file or directory.

    Are the permissions as: chmod -R 777 /data/images? --> You can not access: /data/images? No such file or directory.

    selinux disabled? In any installation guide FOG 1.2.0 I was saying that I had to turn it off … not know how to do

    rpcbind running? --> As I check this ??

    Please post your FOG install log. --> Where I find this file?


  • Moderator

    What is the version of Debian?
    What version of FOG?

    Copied from Tom’s Posts:

    does
    /data/images/.mntcheck and /data/images/dev/.mntcheck exist?
    Are the permissions as: chmod -R 777 /data/images?

    selinux disabled?

    rpcbind running?

    What’s the boot file look like? in a browser, Replace <ipoffogserver> & <macaddressofclientintask> with appropriate data. Mac addresses include colons.
    This is the address:
    [URL=‘http://%3Cipoffogserver%3E/fog/service/boot.php?mac=%3Cmacaddressofclientintask%3E’]http://<ipoffogserver>/fog/service/boot.php?mac=<macaddressofclientintask>[/URL]

    Please post your FOG install log.

    Thanks,
    Wayne



  • Mounting File System…mount: mounting 10.0.0.50:/home/images/dev on /images failed: Permission denied

    FATAL ERROR: FAILED TO MOUNT NFS VOLUME



  • Thanks guys for your help.

    I tell them to Reproduce researching and already solved the problem momentarily.

    I tell them how I did it:

    I went to Storage Management Page, and modify the path where I kept the pictures / images to / home / images and longer stay.

    Now I have another little problem … when you are creating the image of the host, I get a sign saying:

    FATAL ERROR: FAILED TO MOUNT NFS VOLUME

    I could help with this ???

    Thank you very much to all !!!


  • Moderator

    This page may also be helpful. It talks about re-sizing directories without data loss.

    [url]http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/28122/can-i-resize-the-root-partition-without-uninstalling-and-reinstalling-linux-or[/url]


  • Moderator

    It might be possible to shrink the /home directory, and then expand the / directory.

    I’m not entirely sure about Debian, but I know that in Fedora 21, you can choose the sizes of the directories during installation. During my installation, I just went ahead and created the /images directory right then and there, and gave it a ton of space.


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