Authentification mount request from ... for /data/images (/data/images)



  • Hi,

    I need your help :)
    I installed my FOG Server 2 months ago, everything worked fine until yesterday.

    Today it’s impossible for us to download or upload. We create a task, we can see the task in Task management, then we launch the PXE Boot on the computer and the task disappears automatically.

    When I check out my logs on the server, I read : May 15 11:57:51 fog01 rpc.mountd[20445]: authenticated mount request from 192.12.59.33:840 for /data/images/dev (/data/images)

    Does anyone have an idea ?


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    @pimms said:

    During my PXE boot, I read this error : tsc : Fast TSC calibration failed.

    My system at home and at work does this, it doesn’t mean anything and is video related.

    @pimms said:

    On my FOG web management I see my image but it is written that the size is 0,0 iB.

    Client size or server size? If it’s an imported image, you won’t have a client size unless you manually set that in the database. If it’s server size, that’s an FTP issue.

    @pimms said:

    I uninstalled FOG but I can’t reinstall it. I launched /bin/installfog.sh, everything is ok but FOG didn’t create any directory in > /var/www/html/ and my database has not been created.

    I’m not sure what you have going on there… Reinstall your OS if you can… Start fresh. I don’t know what’s going on.



  • Yes I am running as root. After the installation a user FOG is created but I think nothing is installed : I don’t have my fog directory in /var/www/html/, my database fog is not created…


  • Senior Developer

    What do you mean? Are you running as root?



  • Well I am trying to reinstall FOG following these instructions : https://wiki.fogproject.org//wiki/index.php?title=Uninstall_FOG

    I uninstalled FOG but I can’t reinstall it.
    I launched /bin/installfog.sh, everything is ok but FOG didn’t create any directory in /var/www/html/ and my database has not been created.



  • I verified that the nfs service is running and it is.

    What is weird is that I can see on my server my image :
    -rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 512 15 mai 14:22 d1.mbr
    -rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 8428187 15 mai 14:23 d1p1.img
    -rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 7498607767 15 mai 14:58 d1p2.img

    On my FOG web management I see my image but it is written that the size is 0,0 iB.


  • Senior Developer

    @pimms said:

    Hi, any idea ?

    You most likely need to verify that the nfs service is actually running.

    On Redhat this is most likely done with:

    service rpcbind restart; service nfs restart



  • Hi, any idea ?



  • Thank you for your response.
    Here a video of my problem :

    [media=youtube]qnqFI3G2hBM[/media]

    During my PXE boot, I read this error : tsc : Fast TSC calibration failed. I don’t know what’s going on.

    I am using the last version of FOG (1.2.0) on Red Hat 7.
    After checking out all my logs, I don’t find any error.

    EDIT : Well I can upload a image on my server but the deployment still doesn’t work.


  • Senior Developer

    That message doesn’t mean anything. All it means is that the mount was established for that location (/data/images/dev).

    We need a bit more information, such as a video of the client as it boots and clears the task to help further our understanding of the problem you’re having.

    Please give us the OS you’re running FOG on as commands that need to be run in some cases depend on the Distribution. Please give us the version (shown in the cloud of the GUI you’re working with) of FOG you’re running.

    Any other details such as apache error logs or access logs if there’s issues in managing from the GUI.


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