latest SVN keep getting 404 error on management



  • Apache is working. It must be a redirect issue, I checked the forums but haven’t found anything worthwile

    Ubuntu 12.04 latest SVN fog.


  • Moderator

    @JBailey When we talk about revision numbers, we are referring to the number in the cloud, in the top left of any fog page. Tom has coded the current Trunk versions to display the number in the cloud correctly.

    It’s confusing when you don’t specify “git” or “svn” or “the number in the cloud”.

    Glad it’s cleared up though. It’s important to indicate things like this in the threads because they serve as help for who knows how many other fog users - people of varying skill level - fog knowledge - English reading ability and comprehension - etc.

    Correctness and clarity are important. Remember, when we are helping you in the forums, we’re actually helping you and others too. :-)



  • @Wayne-Workman I’m currently on trunk 3562. I understand that current git is 4345 but current svn is 3857. Are you recommending using git over svn? I didn’t think there was a difference.

    @Tom-Elliott I will take another look into the apache log files.


  • Moderator

    @JBailey said:

    @Wayne-Workman I’m sorry, I should have said trunk 3854.

    Is there a reason why you are so far behind?


  • Senior Developer

    Again,

    Whenever there’s a blank page, it usually means an error is being thrown.

    My guess the error is related to an isValid() function all?



  • @Wayne-Workman I’m sorry, I should have said trunk 3854.


  • Moderator

    @JBailey said:

    Hmmm. I still seem to be suffering from the issue. Just tried 3854.

    Current is 4339.



  • Hmmm. I still seem to be suffering from the issue. Just tried 3854.


  • Developer

    not sure. haven’t done a clean install in a while. for what it’s worth, Tom thinks that he’s got the issue figured out in the latest versions of trunk


  • Moderator

    @Junkhacker said:

    to get past 3652 i had to do the following (on Ubuntu 12.04)
    manually run:

    sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:ondrej/php5-5.6
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install php5
    allow all config files to be replaced with defaults when prompted

    Will a fresh install of the latest FOG Trunk work on Ubuntu 12.04, or are these commands necessary to make it work? I only ask because another person using FOG Trunk with 12.04 in another thread was having issues - not sure if it’s related or not.


  • Developer

    to get past 3652 i had to do the following (on Ubuntu 12.04)
    manually run:

    sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:ondrej/php5-5.6
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install php5
    

    allow all config files to be replaced with defaults when prompted


  • Senior Developer

    Whenever there’s a blank white screen, it usually means an error. Anything pertinent in the apache error logs?



  • This issue seems to happen on my Debian 7 box as well.

    Trying to update from SVN 3652 to SVN 3843

    I’ve attempted both solutions without any luck. Blank white screen when trying to update the DB and finish install.



  • @Tom-Elliott said:

    @BigMan99211 It sounds like you removed php5-mysqlnd. Maybe try reinstalling it?

    sudo apt-get install --reinstall php5-mysqlnd; sudo php5enmod mysqlnd

    I’m curious if we’re chasing the same rabbit.

    At the prompt to visit the management page I connected with another session and commented out line 179 of:

    /var/www/html/fog/commons/init.php.

    … then visited the web interface and continued the install. Mind you I’m still chasing installers failing on MySQL configuration.



  • I made the changes, but the schema update page is still solid white.
    I checked the apache logs, and now, all i get is:

    administrator@FOG:~$ sudo tail /var/log/apache2/error.log
    [sudo] password for administrator: 
    [Thu Jul 30 16:32:57.197238 2015] [core:error] [pid 24249] [client 10.20.23.135:60588] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: PHP
    [Thu Jul 30 16:32:57.197260 2015] [core:error] [pid 24249] [client 10.20.23.135:60588] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: PHP
    [Thu Jul 30 16:32:57.985251 2015] [core:error] [pid 24250] [client 10.20.22.136:58385] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: PHP
    [Thu Jul 30 16:32:57.985315 2015] [core:error] [pid 24250] [client 10.20.22.136:58385] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: PHP
    [Thu Jul 30 16:32:57.997296 2015] [core:error] [pid 24250] [client 10.20.22.136:58385] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: PHP
    [Thu Jul 30 16:32:57.997316 2015] [core:error] [pid 24250] [client 10.20.22.136:58385] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: PHP
    [Thu Jul 30 16:32:57.998069 2015] [core:error] [pid 24250] [client 10.20.22.136:58385] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: PHP
    [Thu Jul 30 16:32:57.998085 2015] [core:error] [pid 24250] [client 10.20.22.136:58385] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: PHP
    [Thu Jul 30 16:32:58.006411 2015] [core:error] [pid 24250] [client 10.20.22.136:58385] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: PHP
    [Thu Jul 30 16:32:58.006424 2015] [core:error] [pid 24250] [client 10.20.22.136:58385] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: PHP
    administrator@FOG:~$ 
    

  • Senior Developer

    Try running these commands (on Ubuntu)

    sudo mv /var/www/fog /var/www/fog_back
    sudo ln -s /var/www/html/fog /var/www/fog
    


  • @Tom-elliott : I did as you asked, and now i’m back to the same FOGCore error, that I was having in my original screen shot below.


  • Senior Developer

    @BigMan99211 It sounds like you removed php5-mysqlnd. Maybe try reinstalling it?

    sudo apt-get install --reinstall php5-mysqlnd; sudo php5enmod mysqlnd



  • This seems to be a php issue… Is there anything that’s changed on the FOG side, that would affect this? The previous version of FOG i was on (svn build 3728, I believe) was working just fine. There haven’t been any updates ran through Ubuntu.



  • OK…
    I uninstalled php5, re-installed, re-ran fog install. Still getting the same blank page in Chrome, but in IE, i’m getting a 500 Server Error. And now, the apache log is showing a different error…
    Apache2-Error2-Log.jpg


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