Webinterface slow-ish, not recent version, how to troubleshoot? ty



  • Hi there, i have here a somewhat not-so-much-up-to-date version (32) of FOG running. On not-so-much up-to-date Ubuntu version (10.04).
    (Because im not so sure if the update will not break something, and atm have no meens to back this server up in any normal way).
    So the interface have been somewhat slow-ish for a few month already.
    Since i havent been using FOG so actively recentely i didnt mind.
    But still i would actually like to fix it.
    Anyone any ideas/info on how to troubleshoot the slowness of the interface please? Thank you.


  • Senior Developer

    The “Slowness” i believe you’re seeing is coming from the fact that you DONT have any internet access.

    A way to fix this would be to setup the FOG_PROXY information. Have it set to 127.0.01 so things instantly fail.

    This should help you out tremendously.



  • @Wayne-Workman Well, sounds reasonable. This is also why i love FOG.
    But i think i also forgot to mention the main problem, the server also has no access to the internet anymore. (Basically the system is kind of, also, being phased out, thats why [tho i would like to keep it]).

    Well, tomorrow my vacation starts, for a few weeks. And ill dive in to lfs201. I guess at the end ill have a bit more idea what and how to handle it. And maybe google some general apache slowness troubleshooting or so. Not big issue anyway, so dont worry.
    Thank you. :)


  • Moderator

    @Nikolai-Domaev said:

    p.s. But you really dont wanna hear where and how this server works. So im not in a mood to bother figuring out to do it.
    (In short. Its a vm. On a separate vlan. Oh, no, its not a vlan, its an non existing separate network of an ex-organisation. On a hypervisor with ourdated java interface… Need to install XP to get there -.-).

    You should get in the mood soon… that sounds archaic and nobody here can help you with version .32… We will just tell you to update.

    FOG support consists of a limited development team, limited moderator team, and limited beta tester team…

    I’ve been busy all day at my real job, and I have 13 other unread messages after yours… I simply don’t have time to bother with anything older than 1.2.0 and neither does anyone else that volunteers here.

    Keep in mind that the small team that FOG has, helps for free. :-)

    It’s literally the equivalent of a mechanic pulling over to help you with your broke down car for absolutely nothing in return. :-)


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    @brycew said:

    Boot Clonezilla and image the machine to external hard drive. Then update away. If it all goes down hill just revert back to the old image. Then try plan B.

    Dude that was a great answer.



  • haha, man, sounds exactly as the thing i have done to the predecessor of this server (Alritis). Even still have somewhere the image on the external disc.

    p.s. But you really dont wanna hear where and how this server works. So im not in a mood to bother figuring out to do it.
    (In short. Its a vm. On a separate vlan. Oh, no, its not a vlan, its an non existing separate network of an ex-organisation. On a hypervisor with ourdated java interface… Need to install XP to get there -.-).



  • Boot Clonezilla and image the machine to external hard drive. Then update away. If it all goes down hill just revert back to the old image. Then try plan B.


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