Solved Could Not Mount Image folder
I run a Synology NAS with NFS-server, that I have mounted on the FOG-server for image storage.
FOG version: 6509
When I am going to capture an image from a host I get the following error:
Any idea how to solve this problem?
@fl0pp Synology NAS have different NFS and FTP paths. NFS starts in the exported directory, in your case that’s
/imagesbut the FTP path is likely
I’m not sure if this will solve your issue, but this is something you have to set on Synology NAS for them to work 100% correctly with transferring images from /dev to /images, for FTP Image Size, and for replication too probably
Sebastian Roth Moderator
@fl0pp Re-exporting an NFS share is not going to work. Please follow this: https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/6808/adding-nas-nfs-storage-to-fog (it’s about QNAP but there are helpful links you should read as well).
@fl0pp Hi, 10.60.60.24 is the NAS or your FOG server ?
EDIT: It seem to be your FOG Server. You have to configure your storage node with the IP address of your NAS (10.60.60.4), the FTP path (???) and NFS path (/volume1/images).
There are a lot of topic about that and the Wiki : https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=NAS_Storage_Node and https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Use_FOG_with_FreeNAS