SOLVED Issues Downloading images
I am having an issue downloading images. I recently reran the installer to get the latest FOG Client and now when I try and download an image to a system I am getting “mount: mounting 172.25.5.80:/images2/images/ on /images failed: Permission Denied”
I have two storage nodes the default one that gets set up when you install FOG and a second one that is an external drive that mounts to \images2. Nothing has changed other than re running the installer to get the new FOG Client.
Tom Elliott last edited by
no, it’s not.
However, each storage node has it’s own NFS setup.
So if you edit the image location in your /opt/fog/.fogsettings to be relevant for the node you’re on, the exports will be created following the proper nfs share point.
Think it’s possible for the installer to read the storage node entries from the DB, and determine which ones are local, then build the /etc/exports file accordingly ?
Just a thought.
Okay, note for the future. Reinstall overwrites the exports file
It probably got wrote over when you reinstalled for some reason… or changed…
Make sure NFS is running, also. usually, if you give NFS a restart, any syntax errors that is inside /etc/exports become glaringly obvious.
Checked all that and issue still persists
check your storage node credentials, your FOG COnfig -> FOG Settings -> TFTP Server credentials, and reset (yes, reset) your local Linux fog user’s credentials.
Then, when you’ve got all that done and working, make sure it doesn’t happen again by editing /opt/fog/.fogsettings