SOLVED "Cannot create references" error
I removed the value being passed my reference. With any luck, this error will be gone and solved.
I have a directory called “fogproject” from when I initially installed Fog. I did a “git pull” from within that directory to make it current, then did a “cd bin ; ./installfog.sh” to run the installer. I think this shows what version I’m working with; these commands were run in the fogproject directory:
# git describe --tags v1.3.0-beta.3510-2774-gfb42d97 # git log -1 commit fb42d97355ff12ad540bfde3edc6ee02f0d1a909 Merge: b6bfde0 fd40b38 Author: Tom Elliott <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Mon Feb 15 16:34:29 2016 -0500 Merge svn with dev-branch # git rev-parse HEAD fb42d97355ff12ad540bfde3edc6ee02f0d1a909
I will try to upload the installation error log as well: 0_1455586835861_fog_error_6283.log
Just for clarity what specifically is “the latest from git” for your install. Latest is a moving target these days.
Second, when you updated from git, did you do that while you were in the fog trunk directory or from within the bin folder? (just recently I saw someone running the download from the bin folder, which will only update the installfog.sh file)
Wayne Workman last edited by Wayne Workman
inside of the installer’s
bindirectory - after the installer has ran - there should be a newly created directory. That’s where the installation outputs are stored, you’ll also find errors in there. The files in there will be called
fog_error_xxxx.logwhere xxxx is your revision number. Can you look in there and maybe post the contents of the latest file?