Bugs in FOG 0.33



  • The developers have real jobs that do take up a lot of their time, causing development of FOG 0.33 to slow down from time to time. Currently the SVN repository is somewhere near a beta stage, with some aspects still awaiting further rewrites, which means FOG 0.33 is NOT production ready. If anyone feels up to the task of pulling down the repository and posting any bugs they might find it could help move things along. Please use this thread to track any initial bug reports for FOG 0.33, and if necessary we can split some bugs off on their own thread.


  • Developer

    [quote=“pmonstad, post: 26357, member: 17422”]Again, no critizism about 0.33B. It is very nice and powerful and a lot better than 0.32. I just try to find out how it works. All my questions/feedbacks are not because I dislike/disagree how it works now, but more a question if it works as expected or if it is a bug. It is a beta/release candidate and I thought feedbacks were welcome even if they not always are bugs…[/quote]

    They are welcome, but if you keep throwing information at us without researching if it IS a bug or without ASKING if it is a bug and just assuming and then posting topics like crazy because you don’t understand, you leave us all a little frustrated, and maybe even lead to topics or posts being ignored.

    We are more than willing to help you to understand, there some walkthroughs tailored towards individuals that have never used FOG before, and that would be a great place to start.

    Please familiarize yourself with the documentation, then come back and ask questions that you don’t understand.

    fog_0.33b is still in beta/release candidate, that is correct, and we do want to fix as many bugs as possible. And you can REALLY help us by trying to recreate your issue a couple times. Document how you arrived at the issue, and then attempt to solve it. Make sure to document your steps in solving, as this will help us to help others and to ultimately fix the problem.

    Since this is a beta you shouldn’t use it for production anyway, and if you do be prepared to break it and fix it many times, and possibly re-install just as many. Coming to us with a resolve for an issue you found holds a much greater merit than one just saying hey this doesn’t work.



  • Again, no critizism about 0.33B. It is very nice and powerful and a lot better than 0.32. I just try to find out how it works. All my questions/feedbacks are not because I dislike/disagree how it works now, but more a question if it works as expected or if it is a bug. It is a beta/release candidate and I thought feedbacks were welcome even if they not always are bugs…


  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“pmonstad, post: 26354, member: 17422”]Ups, right. But should the search in Task Management work like this? The logic is, I think, that the search in Task Management searches for hosts rather than searching for inactive (old) tasks? Showing old tasks makes no sence, or?

    But this is perhaps a result of some users way of starting a task. I always do it from the Task Management. By the way, did the search function work like this in 0.32? I have always searched for the host this way and then hit the upload/deplay button.[/quote]

    The “idea” of the Search feature in 0.33 was to give more information from the relevant pages. For example, to search for Hosts, use the Host management Page. To search for printers, use the Printer Management Page. In 0.32 this did work as you think it should now, but I’ve changed this methodology. The List All Groups and List All Hosts are where you can deploy tasks from the task’s page, but I was hoping to make things more reportable to the users. You can search for all canceled tasks, all tasks completed for a host, what types of tasks they were, etc… All from the Tasks Management Page.

    This Version of FOG is not 0.32, it’s a complete rewrite so some changes are to be expected. If you want 0.32 operationality, stick with 0.32.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 26351, member: 7271”]Sounds to me, more, like you were NOT searching in Host Management, but rather searching in Task Management.[/quote]

    Ups, right. But should the search in Task Management work like this? The logic is, I think, that the search in Task Management searches for hosts rather than searching for inactive (old) tasks? Showing old tasks makes no sence, or?

    But this is perhaps a result of some users way of starting a task. I always do it from the Task Management. By the way, did the search function work like this in 0.32? I have always searched for the host this way and then hit the upload/deplay button.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 26350, member: 7271”]The image type for the Windows XP is Multi-part, single disk? Granted there’s only one partition on XP, but the TYPE for the image is what I need.

    Are both the Windows XP and Windows 7 of the same Imaging Type (Multi-partition, Single Disk?)[/quote]

    The Win XP is Single Partition (NTFS Only, Resizable) and Win 7 is Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)


  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“pmonstad, post: 26347, member: 17422”]I search for a hosts in Host Management. A host is displayed several times. Identical info except different start time. There are no active tasks.

    If I hit on the Download icon nothing happens.[/quote]

    Sounds to me, more, like you were NOT searching in Host Management, but rather searching in Task Management.


  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“pmonstad, post: 26345, member: 17422”]I have done some more tests. I have now installed the latest svn release. Uploading and downloading (deploy) a Win XP (Single disk, single partition) works OK.

    Doing an upload from Win 7 (single disk, multi partitions) seems to work as there are no errors on the client. In the /image folder on server no files exists and FOG gui says the image is 0.00 GB on server and 68.8 on client.

    In the /image folder there is a folder named as the MAC adress on the client. It contains d1.mbr, d1p1.img and d1p2.img

    Running CentOS 5.10[/quote]

    The image type for the Windows XP is Multi-part, single disk? Granted there’s only one partition on XP, but the TYPE for the image is what I need.

    Are both the Windows XP and Windows 7 of the same Imaging Type (Multi-partition, Single Disk?)



  • I search for a hosts in Host Management. A host is displayed several times. Identical info except different start time. There are no active tasks.

    If I hit on the Download icon nothing happens.



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  • I have done some more tests. I have now installed the latest svn release. Uploading and downloading (deploy) a Win XP (Single disk, single partition) works OK.

    Doing an upload from Win 7 (single disk, multi partitions) seems to work as there are no errors on the client. In the /image folder on server no files exists and FOG gui says the image is 0.00 GB on server and 68.8 on client.

    In the /image folder there is a folder named as the MAC adress on the client. It contains d1.mbr, d1p1.img and d1p2.img

    Running CentOS 5.10



  • [quote=“pmonstad, post: 26298, member: 17422”]It seems to be a problem with the upload? in /images I olny find one file: t61, while my guess is this should be a folder containing two files, one for each partition? (win 7).

    How can I trouble shoot this one? No errors during the upload (as I am aware of).[/quote]

    I am having this same issue. Single Partition, NTFS Only, Resizable
    Latest Fog .33 SVN, Ubuntu 13.10



  • [quote=“pmonstad, post: 26279, member: 17422”]I get an error when deploying. Unable to locate image store. The client then restarts. I have successfully uploaded an image and the hosts are configured to use the correct image. The image is Win 7 Multiple partitions - single disk.[/quote]

    It seems to be a problem with the upload? in /images I olny find one file: t61, while my guess is this should be a folder containing two files, one for each partition? (win 7).

    How can I trouble shoot this one? No errors during the upload (as I am aware of).



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  • I get an error when deploying. Unable to locate image store. The client then restarts. I have successfully uploaded an image and the hosts are configured to use the correct image. The image is Win 7 Multiple partitions - single disk.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 26269, member: 7271”]That’s expected

    The “PartImage/PartClone” selector is ONLY for Download tasks. The upload task will set the image to use partclone as that’s the method 0.33 is using now.[/quote]

    OK!


  • Senior Developer

    That’s expected[quote=“pmonstad, post: 26268, member: 17422”]Image is set to use PartImage but still used Partclone when uploading an image.[/quote]

    The “PartImage/PartClone” selector is ONLY for Download tasks. The upload task will set the image to use partclone as that’s the method 0.33 is using now.



  • Image is set to use PartImage but still used Partclone when uploading an image.


  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“Junkhacker, post: 25903, member: 21583”]error when trying to run report “FOG User Login History Summary”
    [CODE]Failed to load Class file: Class: Functions, Error: Could not find file: File: Functions.class.php, Paths: /var/www/fog//lib/fog, /var/www/fog//lib/db, /var/www/fog//lib/pages[/CODE][/quote]

    Functions.class.php does not exist anymore. My guess is your server still contains the management/reports/* files.


  • Developer

    error when trying to run report “FOG User Login History Summary”
    [CODE]Failed to load Class file: Class: Functions, Error: Could not find file: File: Functions.class.php, Paths: /var/www/fog//lib/fog, /var/www/fog//lib/db, /var/www/fog//lib/pages[/CODE]


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